The state of Nevada reported a decline of 9 percent in its casino revenues in September compared to the same month last year while Atlantic City's casino revenue fell by 6.5 percent in October.
The Las Vegas strip, included in the state of Nevada's statistics and the number one gambling destination in the country, reported a 3.6 percent decline in revenues which is the lowest monthly decline in the last 15 months.
Atlantic City's decline marked the second consecutive month that revenues declined by single digits. In September, Atlantic City's casinos reported a decline of 5.8 percent compared to September 2008.
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