Nevada’s poker market was $8.92 million in November, according to data released Thursday by Silver State gaming regulators. There were 65 poker rooms with a combined 625 cash game tables during the month.
The cash game revenue was nearly unchanged from the $8.97 million raked in November 2015. Over the last 12 months, the poker rooms raked $117.7 million, also virtually unchanged from the same period a year prior.
On or around the Las Vegas Strip last month, poker revenue was $5.68 million, down less than one percent year-over-year. The Strip area had 20 poker rooms with 275 tables in November.
Through all but the last month of 2016, rake has increased year-over-year in five of the months, while falling in six of them. Notably, both months of WSOP action saw year-over-year gains.
Nevada poker revenue fell 1.57 percent in 2015 to about $118 million.
Here’s a look at Nevada’s poker revenue through November:
January: $9.5 million (2.85-percent decrease)
February: $8.98 million (5.44-percent increase)
March: $9.68 million (0.01-percent decrease)
April: $8.57 million (0.86-percent increase)
May: $8.88 million (13.92-percent decrease)
June: $16.14 million (1.88-percent increase)
July: $12.33 million (7.63-percent increase)
August: $8.24 million (3.23-percent decrease)
September: $8.44 million (1.47-percent increase)
October: $8.71 million (0.23-percent decrease)
November: $8.92 million (0.65-percent decrease)