While I was updating our poker menu, I noticed the number of poker rooms and “casinos” have grown in New Hampshire. “Casinos” is a very broad term in New Hampshire. Unlike brick-and-mortar casinos in other states, these small establishments come under the approval of Charitable gaming structures. They are mostly card rooms majoring in poker and a few other table games.
New Hampshire has 12 poker rooms – yes, New Hampshire. It’s bizarre, since the Granite state has tried several times to get a “real” casino within it’s borders, but proposals have been defeated every time.
# of Tables – 9. Daily: noon-1am
Manchester Poker Room – Manchester, NH
# of Tables – 17 of poker, plus Electronic Lady Slots, 3 roulette tables, Spanish 21, 2 NH Hold’em tables, & Crazy 4 Poker. Daily: noon-1am
Aces and Eights Casino (Hampton, NH)
4 TablesMon-Sun 12pm to 1am / June 27th through Sept 11th
Chasers Poker Room – Salem, NH
16 TablesMon-Fri, noon-1am; Sat-Sun, 11am-1am.
Lebanon Poker Room & Casino –
8 TablesTue-Fri, 3pm-1am, Saturday, noon-1am
NORTHWOODS POKER ROOM – Berlin, NH
3 TablesMon-Thu-Fri: 4pm-1am; Sat: 1pm-1am; Sun: 1pm-11pm
Who thought that New Hampshire had poker and such a meaningful gambling Spanish 21, history. One thing is for sure – a real Brick-and-Mortar casino in NH? – Don’t count on it.
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