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LAS VEGAS-Casinos here and in the rest of Nevada are riding a series of up-and-down streaks, depending on the geographic market and the game being played, according tothe latest figures from the Nevada Gaming Control Board and an analysis by CB Richard Ellis gaming industry analysts. The state’s figures show that Nevada’s take from gambling rose 11% to nearly $888.6 million in October, when compared with October 2009, with all but four of the submarkets in the state posting gains. On a fisca-year basis (beginning July 1), the take is up 4.35% for the state.

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