Nevada poker rooms took in a combined $8,917,000 in May
July 06, 2017 9:31 AM
by Robert Mann
Nevada poker rooms took in a combined $8,917,000 in May, according to data recently released by Nevada Gaming Control Board. The total is an increase of four tenths of a percentage point compared to May 2016.
The popular poker website, cardplayer.com, now tallies a total of 62 operating poker rooms in the state with a combined 724 tables last month. There were 755 tables between 67 rooms in May 2016. Revenue per table increased from $11,766 last May to $12,316 this year, according to the state figures.
Las Vegas Strip properties, the Monte Carlo, which had eight tables, and Luxor with a nine-table room were two of the five poker rooms to close in the past year. The three-table poker room at Hard Rock on Paradise Road closed in March, reports cardplayer.com