Stateline casinos post another down month |

Stateline casinos post another down month

Annie Flanzraich / Tahoe Daily Tribube

GARDNERVILLE, Nev. – Stateline’s casinos experienced another 12.5 percent drop in revenue during May, according to figures released Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Douglas County’s main source of gaming taxes reported a $15.86 million win during the month. That’s down $2.2 million from May 2009.

Carson Valley and Carson City casinos showed a loss of 1.13 percent in May over the same month in 2009.

Douglas County casinos outside of the Tahoe Basin and those in the capital combined for a $9.34 million win, slightly less than the $9.45 million they took in during May 2009.

Statewide, Nevada’s nonrestricted gaming establishments reported a 4.73 percent decrease compared to May 2009. The state’s casinos have shown a 4.1 percent decrease for the fiscal year.

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