Nevada gaming win shrinks during September

Stutz, Howard
November 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);11/17/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 46, p15
The article reports on the decline in gaming revenue of Nevada casinos in September 2008. According to it, these establishments won $1.001 billion from gamblers during the period, which represents a 5.44 decline from September 2007. Frank Streshley, senior research analyst at the Nevada Gaming Control Board, says that baccarat play served as one of the factors that helped keep September from becoming a complete disaster.


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