Casino company places bet in NH Max Sullivan, SeaCoastOnline · June 29, 2019 at 4:44 pm As Encore Boston Harbor opened to lines of people eager to gamble in the Bay State’s newest casino resort last week, work continued on Seabrook Park’s future 40,000-square-foot gaming floor. The completion will make Seabrook the largest charitable casino in the United States, according to Andre Carrier, whose Nevada-based casino company Eureka Casino Resort bought the former greyhound track in January. Carrier said he is content with current gambling laws in New Hampshire, where bets can be no higher than $10 and slot machines are outlawed. While he remains silent on whether New Hampshire should pass a law allowing a casino in the state, he questions whether lawmakers have been in step with voters as they have continuously rejected bills authorizing casinos here. “What the people of New Hampshire have to decide at some point, and they have to communicate effectively to the Legislature is, do you want to export your revenue to Maine and Massachusetts or do you want to keep some of it?” said Carrier, a New Hampshire native from Jackson who once watched greyhound races in Seabrook as a child.