Nevada Poker Revenue was $8.53 million in the month of February. According to Card Player magazine, the revenue in February 2014 was $9.27 million, which equals a 8 percent drop this February compared to last year.
A total of 70 poker rooms with 660 poker tables were up and running in February, which is the lowest number in almost a decade for the state. The reason for these low numbers is partly due to the fact that mutiple live poker rooms in Las Vegas have shut down recently.
In total, the state of Nevada had a gaming revenue of $916.1 million in February this year - approximately $10 million less than the same period last year.