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On the Strip, casino gaming revenues in July all but matched the figure collected in the same month a year ago.
The State Gaming Control Board said this morning casinos statewide won $829.7 million from customers in July, compared with $872.7 million in July 2009.
Year-over-year Nevada gaming revenues have now declined in six of the seven months that have been reported in 2010.
Strip casinos collected $461.3 million, which was about $12,000 more than the July 2009 number.
Helped by a 32 percent increase in February, Strip casino gaming revenues are up about 4 percent through July.
Clark County casinos on a whole, however, collected $693.4 million in gaming revenues during the month, 5 percent less than a year ago.
Downtown casinos saw gaming revenues decline 19 percent, casinos in North Las Vegas suffered a 23.6 percent decline, gaming revenues from Boulder Strip casinos were off 16.9 percent and the casinos in the Balance of Clark County suffered a 12.7 percent revenue decline.
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