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Baccarat ups state’s gaming win

Driven by a $74.8 million increase in baccarat take, statewide gaming win increased by 7 percent in March to $914.78 million. Gaming Control Board Analyst Mike Lawton said that without baccarat, almost entirely on the Las Vegas Strip, total win would have increased just one-third of 1 percent compared with March 2012. The “win” is what was left in casino coffers after gamblers wagered $12.1 billion. A breakdown indicates $9.5 billion was plunked into slot and video machines, while $2.6 billion was bet on card and table games. The Carson Valley area, which includes valley portions of Douglas County, didn’t …

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