53 High Street,
Nashua, NH 03060

More games. More winning!

Welcome to New Hampshire’s premier place for table games – including Roulette, New Hampshire Hold ‘Em, Blackjack, Spanish 21, and Craps, not to mention our comfortable and friendly poker room featuring table stakes no-limit cash Texas Hold’em Poker and weekend tournament Texas Hold’em Poker.

Games & Promotions Calendar

June Special Events

Grinder’s Challenge

Win your share of big money in June! Earn points for playing cash poker all month long and claim your piece of the jackpot.  Earn Double Grinders Points for time every Saturday!

June Poker Promotions Bonuses!

The winner of any River poker promotion in June will additionally receive 1 entry into the Sunday Fin and Double Grinders Points for time for that day!

Cash Poker Bad Beat!

Cash Poker Bad Beat!  The cash poker Bad Beat Jackpot is $25,000!  Come and get it!

Poker Pyramid Tuesdays!

Players get $50 if they win with all six different hands:  One Pair, Two Pair, Three-of-a-Kind, Straight, Red Flush, and Black Flush.

High Hand Wednesdays!

Cash Poker High Hands!  $250 – Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday!  5pm-8pm and 8pm-11pm – 1 winner per session. Plus, 2nd Chance Highest Hand 11pm-1am.

High Hand Thursdays!

Cash Poker High Hands!  $250 – Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday!  5pm-8pm and 8pm-11pm – 1 winner per session. Plus, 2nd Chance Highest Hand 11pm-1am.

 

 

Flush Friday!

Win with a Flush in every suit and win $1000!  Starting at 5pm.  Plus Free Pizza for poker players every Friday night!

$125 Employee Bounty
Saturday, June 16 – 1:00pm

Knock Adam out and win $250!  20,000 starting stack, 20 minute blinds.

Famous Sunday $5 Fin Poker Tournament!

Bigger and better every week! $5 buy-in for $2000 chips / Optional $50 pre-buy for $20,000 chips / $20 re-buys for 5000 in chips in the first hour / Optional $50 add-on for 15,000 chips during the first break / 15 minute blinds.

High Hand Sundays!

Cash Poker High Hands!  $250 – Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday!  5pm-8pm and 8pm-11pm – 1 winner per session. Plus, 2nd Chance Highest Hand 11pm-1am.

 

New $10 Bet Maximum!

Raising the Stakes!  On June 14th the Governor signed it into law – the bet limit was raised from $4 to $10. Table games at the River just got a lot more interesting! The River is New Hampshire’s table games leader – come see our brand new pit and join in the action! Now Taking Bets!

Roulette

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.

New Hampshire Hold ‘Em

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 big payouts in New Hampshire Hold ‘Em have made it one of the River’s most popular games!

Payout Table:

  • Royal Flush pays 400 to 1
  • Straight Flush pays 100 to 1
  • Four of a Kind pays 30 to 1
  • Full House pays 8 to 1
  • Flush pays 6 to 1
  • Straight pays 4 to 1
  • Three of a Kind pays 3 to 1
  • Two Pair pays 2 to 1
  • Pair of Jacks or better pays 1 to 1
  • Pair of 6s to 10s gets a Push

*Maximum Aggregate Payout $5000

Blackjack

Blackjack is back!

Blackjack, or twenty-one, is the most widely played casino table game in the world. The goal of twenty one is simple; beat the house’s combination by acquiring a combined card count of 21 or under. Aces are valued as either 1 or eleven, Kings, Queens and Jacks have a card count of ten, and all other cards are given their numeric face value. If the Player’s total goes over 21, the Player busts and loses the amount wagered. Players win by not busting and having a total higher than the dealer, or not busting and having the dealer bust, or getting a blackjack without the dealer getting a blackjack. If the player and dealer have the same total (not counting blackjacks), this is called a “push”, and the player does not win or lose money on that hand.

Spanish 21

Like blackjack, with some fun innovations! Spanish 21 is based on the classic game of blackjack, but has several different rules and exciting twists. The main rule difference between blackjack and Spanish 21 is that a player’s 21 always beats a dealer’s 21! Booya!

Craps

Welcome to the only Craps table in Nashua! Craps is a game in which every player can win together. It also has some of the best odds in the casino, so there’s a lot of winning to be done. Step up and take your turn with the dice or find a hot roller and ride the action. Plus, the lingo is outstanding! Here’s a list to get you started:
Craps – 2,3, or 12
Yo, or Yo-leven – 11
C and E Craps – 11
Snake Eyes – Two 1s
Boxcars – Two 6s
Little Joe, or Little Joe from Kokomo – 4 (particularly rolled as a 1 and a 3)
Jimmy Hicks – the number 6
Skate and Donate – 8
Puppy Paws – Two 5s — though the more common call is simply “Hard 10,” or “10, the hard way”
Natural Winner – 7 or 11 on the come-out roll

No limit Texas Hold ‘Em

Now offering $1-$2 & $2-$4 No Limit Table Stakes Poker at the River Casino. The hottest game in NH is Table Stakes Poker! Join us daily and enjoy the friendliest dealers and the most comfortable room this state has to offer. Live Free. Play Poker.

Tournament Poker

Texas Hold ‘Em Tournaments

The River Casino offers a variety of Texas Hold’em tournament options, including Celebrity and Employee Bounty Tournaments and our popular Famous Sunday Fin!

Texas Hold ’em is the most popular variation of poker in the world. 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.