New Hampshire poker rooms began opening in mid-June 2020. New Hampshire does not have a statewide indoor mask requirement, but some cities within New Hampshire do (e.g., Nashua) still do. Last month mask requirements and social distancing regulations were relaxed statewide.

While table size limits have been lifted, most poker rooms have chosen to keep cash tables 8 handed. Meanwhile those running tournaments are generally seating 9 handed.

UPDATED: June 12, 2021

Aces and Eights Casino: Open.

American Social Club: Permanently Closed.

Boston Billiard Club & Casino: Open. Tournaments about once a month.

The Brook: Open.

Chasers Poker Room: Open.

Concord Casino: Open. Tournaments several days per week.

Dover Poker & Gaming: Open.

Keene Casino: Open. Tournaments (9 handed) Sunday and Wednesday.

Lakes Region Casino: Open Wednesday through Sunday. Holding tournaments multiple days per week.

Lebanon Poker Room: Open. Tournaments Fridays.

Northwoods Casino. Open Wednesday through Saturday. Tournaments possible on Thursday and Friday, Saturday.

Filotimo (formerly Manchester) Poker Room & Casino: Open. Offering tournaments On Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturday afternoons.

Ocean Gaming Casino: Open. May offer poker on the weekend. Sources conflict. Call to confirm.

The River Casino & Sports Bar: Open. Masks required.

Speakeasy Casino at Governor’s Inn: Closed.

Wonder Casino: Open.