Date: 
Sep 03, 2015

In June Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) signed a bill that lifted the $4 bet limit at charitable gaming venues in New Hampshire.

The Union Leader reports that since then charitable gaming revenue has increased 40%.

Date: 
Apr 08, 2016

Next Thursday, April 14 the state Senate will vote on HB 1247, a bill to allow poker games in private residences.

Date: 
Dec 29, 2016

When does charitable gaming become problem gambling?  That’s a question lawmakers may ask this session when they consider HB 169, a bill that would more than double the bet limit at charitable gaming venues.

Date: 
Feb 03, 2017

Casino gambling in New Hampshire could become a reality if a bill currently being considered by the Senate, SB 242, passes muster. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, would authorize the creation of two casinos in the Granite State.

poker
Date: 
Apr 26, 2017

The Senate Ways and Means committee is reviewing HB 164, a bill that would add an exemption that allows poker games in private residences so long as there is no benefit for the host. T​he bill has already passed the NH House.

poker at home
Date: 
Jul 22, 2017

Gov. Chris Sununu signed HB 164, which legalizes private, at-home poker games. 

The host cannot take a cut of the winnings or charge for seats, the game cannot be publicly advertised, and there can be no more than ten players.

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