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Nevada Poker Rooms Collect $15,840,000 In June

Revenue From Card Playing Up 4.46-Percent Year-Over-Year


Poker rooms in Nevada had $15,840,000 in revenue in June, which was a 4.46-percent increase compared to the same month in 2014, according to figures released this week by state gaming regulators.

There were 70 poker rooms across the state with a combined 761 cash game tables.

June 2014 had 806 cash game tables, so revenue per table has gone up considerably.

The $15,840,000 is slightly less than June 2013’s $15,909,000 in Nevada poker revenue.

The 70 poker rooms that exist currently took in $10,320,000 in revenue during May, which was a 0.62-percent increase compared to May 2014.

The 2015 WSOP began during the last week of May. It ran until mid-July.

Here’s the breakdown of poker revenue this year so far:

January: $9,782,000
February: $8,530,000
March: $9,690,000
April: $8,511,000
May: $10,320,000
June: $15,840,000

Overall Silver State gaming revenue was $830,940,000 in June, representing a 8.37-percent decrease year-over-year.