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Nevada casinos finished 2012 with a double-digit increase in win, pushing the calendar year's total win to $10.86 billion. That $10.86 billion is 1.5 percent more than 2011's total win and the second consecutive increase. But it's still more than 15
July 2012's gaming take was slightly less than July 2011, but far better than 2009 and 2010. Kurt Hildebrand Stateline's casino win was essentially flat during the first month of the fiscal year, down .58 percent compared to 2011. Stateline casinos
State gaming analysts have reason to believe that the average gambler is returning to the slot machine. In 2011, Nevada casinos won 1.5 percent more on slots than in 2010. On the back of that increase, casinos reported a 2.8 percent increase in
Casino gaming win was essentially flat in January, down just two-thirds of a percent to $877.4 million. The culprit in what would otherwise have been a good month was Baccarat, which was off 39.7 percent to $65.1 million compared with January 2010.