May 2018 ~ Casino Hold % Table Games

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  1. eagleeye2, Jul 5, 2018

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  2. random_roller, Jul 5, 2018

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    Thanks for posting the link, EE2.

    What would be interesting is if UNLV added a few more columns to their table for craps, such as # of craps tables (broken out by LV and rest of state), # of craps tables with bonus bets (e.g., Fire Bet, ATS, Repeater, Sharp Shooter, etc.), and perhaps other information.

    Note the baccarat numbers, which can really be skewed by just a few whales stopping off in Las Vegas. By far the largest bets I've ever seen have been at the baccarat table, which can result in months like June 2010 (3.55%) or October 2006 (5.50%) -- or August 2013 (18.85%), depending upon how the cards play out. The graph is interesting -- look at pre-2004. Unfortunately, the monthly data in this report is only for 2004 and beyond.
     
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  3. Mssthis1, Jul 5, 2018

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    The government report breaks it out a little more but not as much as you and I wish it did.

    You might want a stiff drink or a couple aspirin before diving in too deep.

    http://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=149
     
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    I've taken a look at the Nevada GCB reports before. You're right about the aspirin. Those reports would be more useful in spreadsheet format for those inclined to create pivot tables and fancy charts.
     
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