Poker has grown so much in New England. Five states offer poker rooms. To help you with the options, here is your GUIDE to POKER in NEW ENGLAND.
New England has a strong poker presence. With the addition of MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor, more poker rooms are available in New England than ever before.
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This page will hopefully cover New England’s Poker Rooms and give our New England poker players a conduit to all the play in our six states.
GUIDE to POKER in NEW ENGLAND
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Yes, the Granite State does allow poker rooms and they seem to thrive. Players are now only restricted to a $150 maximum buy-in, regardless of the table stakes. The most popular variants offered are $1/$2 & $2/$4 No-Limit Hold’em and Pot-Limit Omaha. Despite online poker not being legalized yet, the appetite for the game in New Hampshire cannot be underestimated. A strong choice of rooms statewide boast more than 300 poker tables in total. New Hampshire poker tournament players are free of any bet restrictions — hence regular tournaments run daily across the state, with newcomers able to build their skills at buy-ins as low as $10 and veterans having good options up to the $250 buy-in level.
A strong choice of rooms statewide boast more than 300 poker tables in total. They include:
Aces and Eights Casino (Hampton, NH)
Chasers Poker Room (Salem, NH)
Keene Casino (Keene, NH)
Manchester Poker Room (Manchester, NH)
Rochester Poker Room at Governor’s Inn (Rochester, NH)
The Poker Room at Hampton Falls (Hampton Falls, NH)
Boston Billiard Club & Casino (Nashua, NH)
Cheers Poker Room & Casino (Salem, NH)
Lakes Region Casino (Belmont, NH)
Northwoods Casino (Berlin, NH)
Seabrook Poker Room (Seabrook, NH)