North Dakota Poker
North Dakota has some the best gambling laws in the whole country. For the casual players, there is a good chance that you will never break the gambling laws here. Only the mid and high stake players will need to worry about potentially getting a misdemeanor. The laws are great and so is the poker action, especially when you consider the population of North Dakota. Overall, this is actually one of the best states to play poker in if you don't mind not having a large poker room nearby.
North Dakota Gambling Laws
North Dakota has some really great gambling laws. It should come as no surprise that North Dakota almost regulated online poker rooms awhile back. It is an mere infraction to engage in gambling in a private residence where someone wagers $25 or more on a single hand, game or event. If $500 or more is wagered on a single hand or event, than you can be charged with a class A misdemeanor. These laws are great for the social game and the online poker players in North Dakota.
Where to play live poker in North Dakota
Visiting North Dakota, I was pleasantly surprised on the amount of live poker was available for such a small state. Between the Sky Dancer Casino, 4 Bears Casino and the Spirit Lake Casino poker room, I was able to play Texas Hold'em, Omaha hi/lo and a poker freeroll all in the same weekend.