Nevada casinos set a record in November for the most consecutive months winning more than $1 billion from players, the Nevada Gaming Control Board reported Wednesday.
The board reported the state’s more than 400 casinos winning $1.322 billion from players, a 71.4 percent increase over November 2020, and the ninth straight month of win exceeding $1 billion.
Clark County casinos paced the state’s win with $1.16 billion and the Strip contributed $755.1 million, more than twice the level produced in November 2020.
The November total broke a record of eight consecutive months above the $1 billion mark set from October 2006 to May 2007. Nevada was on the verge of entering the Great Recession at the end of that run.
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