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 … Continue reading 12 Poker Rooms in New Hampshire – an Update
Breaking news - New Hampshire will not have a casino. No, this is not a repeat of a previous post, just “Deja vu” all over again. Senator Lou D’Allesandro’s 20th consecutive proposal for a casino bill was overturned by an 11 to 10 vote by the Senate last week. After struggling for over two long … Continue reading New Hampshire Done With Casinos and D’Allesandro?
We've heard it all before. New Hampshire legislators suggest casinos to fend off lost revenue & jobs from Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut & Rhode Island casinos.Will this be the time it succeeds? It all began when Rockingham Park, New England's first track that debuted in 1906, closed its doors for good Aug. 31, 2016. In 1991, the year the … Continue reading New Hampshire Proposing Gaming Again – Part 1 of 2