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LAS VEGAS-Las Vegas Strip gaming revenue dropped by 6.4% to $450.1 million in May compared with the take for May of last year, according to the latest monthly figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board. An analysis of the April figures by CB Richard Ellis gaming industry specialists Jacob Oberman and Brent Pirosch shows that the figure is up 4.4% for the calendar year to date. Statewide, the take was down 4.73% to $847.1 million, according to the Gaming Control Board figures.

The Gaming Control Board figures showed that revenue declined in Clark, Washoe and Elko counties, as well as in the Downtown and Laughlin markets, while rising in the North Las Vegas and Boulder Strip markets, with Mesquite showing a 5.88% decrease to $9.88 million.

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