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The River Card Room offers a variety of Vegas-style games 
Right Here In NH!
 
Open 7 days a week, the fun and excitement is only a short drive away. Whether you are a novice player or a seasoned professional, you are sure to find a favorite game with big jackpots, friendly competition, and loads of excitement. Come put your skill into action and get lucky today!



Texas Hold 'em is the most popular variation of poker in the world. You've seen it on TV, now come in and join the fun. Hold 'em is a community card game where each player may use any combination of the five community cards and the player's own two hole cards to make the best five-card hand. The River offers a variety of tournament and sit and go gaming options.


New Hampshire Hold'em
is a five-card poker game that lets you bet up to 10 units on a single hand. In NH Hold’em, you compete against a pay table, not against the dealer.  The goal is to make a poker hand using the two cards in your hand and the three cards on the board. In order to get a push, you need a pair of 7's through 10's, and a pair of jacks or better wins. The top payout is 125 to 1 for Royal Flush or $2000, the big payouts in New Hampshire Hold'em have made it one of The River's most popular games! 

Blackjack (also known as Twenty-one) is the King of the River Poker Room table games. And like Vegas, we offer the same odds. Much of Blackjack's popularity is due to the mix of chance and the element of skill.
The object of the game is to draw cards that total as close to 21 as possible without going over.
 

CRAPS
Craps is one of the fastest moving and most exciting casino games today. A crew of three dealers, each with specific tasks, attends to players as they place bets while a player rolls the dice. Players are welcome to place as many or as few different bets as they choose. The object of Craps is to wager on potential combinations of numbers being rolled either with "Sequence Bets" or "Roll Bets. To play, a player will roll two dice directly down the center of the "Craps" table attempting to hit the far wall of the table.

There are 36 numbers plus 0 and 00 and many combinations of numbers on which to place bets. Additional bets include: red/black, even/odd, 1 to 18, 19 to 36, first dozen, second dozen, third dozen, and column bets. The dealer spins the ball. If it lands on a number on which a player has placed a chip the player wins. The payout is determined by how many numbers are covered by a player's chip.


Boston 7
The object of the game is for the player to achieve a higher poker hand than the dealer using the best 5 out of 7 cards according to the standard rules of poker.  To begin, the player makes two equal size wagers called the Ante Bonus Wager and the 1st Wager. Then the players and dealer each receive three cards. At this point each player can either fold, forfeiting their Ante Bonus and 1st Wagers or make a 2nd Wager (equal to the Ante and the 1st wager) and receive their four final cards dealt face down.  If the player decides to make the 2nd Wager, his hand will go head-to-head against the dealer’s. Both the player and dealer will make their best 5-card poker hand from their seven cards.  In the event of a tie, the hand is a push. If the dealer’s hand wins, all wagers are taken.  If the player’s hand beats the dealer’s, the player retains his Ante Bonus Wager and is paid an equal amount on his 1st and 2nd Wagers. An additional amount will be paid on the Ante Bonus based on the player’s hand.


Here's a poker game that doesn't wear a poker face. Players enjoy this effortless game, based on Five Card Stud, without competing against anyone. And the side bonus Jackpot is every beginner's best bet. Each player places three (3) equal bets as indicated on the layout and is dealt three cards. After looking at your three cards, you may ask for your first bet back or you may "Let It Ride." The dealer then turns up one community card. You may then ask for your second bet back or you may "Let It Ride." The second community card is then turned over by the dealer, and all winning hands are paid according to your final bet amount and the posted pay table (any pair of 10s or better).



Three Card Poker is an exciting stud poker game that offers three ways to play and four different ways to win. Players may bet against the dealer or bet on the value of their own three card hand or bet both. Bonus payouts may be had for certain wagers against the dealer.

Money Wheel
The Money Wheel is perhaps the easiest of all casino games to play. You simply place a wager on the number of your choice. The dealer then spins the Wheel, and the number on which it stops is the winning number. All bets must be placed before the dealer spins the Wheel. You may bet on as many numbers as you wish.

CASH POKER Games
The River Cardroom also offers a variety of $2 - $4 limit Cash Poker Games.  As the State of New Hampshire restricts the wagering to a maximum of $4 per individual wager these games can sometimes look like No Foldem Hold-em. Up to 4 raises are permitted in each round of play so you will see some sizable pots for limit poker. There are numerous games available depending on the crowd and the interest of the players. Texas Hold-em, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, Pineapple, and Crazy Pineapple, as well as high/low variations of some of the games may be played.

 

 

 

 

   
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