Yes. Online poker and online casinos are not regulated in New Hampshire. Mobile casinos and cardrooms are unregulated, so players play at offshore online casinos, poker sites, and sportsbooks. New Hampshire iGaming exists in a gray area. The activity is illegal, but law enforcement does not arrest online poker players who sign up at unregulated offshore online poker rooms. Online gambling might not operate in a gray area always, though.
Sen. Lou D’Allesandro is an indefatigable proponent of online gambling. The longtime Democrat state senator has championed several online gambling bills in the past 5 years. Each time, the measures have narrowly failed in the State Senate. The 2017 version of House Bill 562 lost by a single vote, so online gambling is closer to legalization than most outside New Hampshire know. Ironically, New Hampshire sued the US Justice Department to champion online gambling, because their state lottery sales lotto tickets online.