A report released last week revealed Nevada’s total earnings during the month of November as $8,973,000. There is a decline of 3.87-percent when compared to November 2014.
A total of 71 poker rooms had a combined number of 667 poker tables this November. The Strip area of Las Vegas had 313 of those 667 tables and $5,708,000 of the total poker revenue earned. Once again the poker revenue went down to 1.31 percent in November.
The total poker revenue of Nevada was $117,897,000 over the past 12 months, which is 2.02 percent of a downfall when compared to the same period a year ago.
In the first four months of 2015, there has been a year-over-year increase in poker, while from May till November, it has dropped. Poker revenue in Nevada for 2014 was $119,904,000, which was down from $123,891,000 as in 2013.
However, May June and July included the annual World Series of Poker (WSOP), had year-over-year revenue gains. They were 0.62, 4.46 and 0.59, respectively.
The comprehensive gaming revenue for the month of November was $944,266,000, which is a crisp 7.76 percent year-over-year increase. The slot machine volume had an increase of 13.17 percent and the Nevada casinos won an amount of almost $600 million from the games in November.
To conclude the calculations, we can say that Nevada casinos have won $11.08 billion over the past 12 months. A breakdown of all the month’s poker revenue in 2015 is shown.
$9,782,000 in January 2015
$8,530,000 in February 2015
$9,690,000 in March 2015
$8,511,000 in April 2015
$10,320,000 in May 2015
$15,840,000 in June 2015
$11,458,000 in July 2015
$8,510,000 in August 2015
$8,340,000 in September 2015
$8,730,000 in October 2015
$8,973,000 in November 2015
Amount to be disclosed for December 2015