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Highlights of 2005 revenue report on Nevada casinos

Major details from Friday's state Gaming Control Board's report on 2005 winnings by Nevada's casinos:

-STATEWIDE: $11.65 billion win in 2005, up 10.3 percent. The December win was $907.4 million, up 6.5 percent.

-LAS VEGAS STRIP: $6.03 billion 2005 win, up 13.1 percent. The December win was $494.1 million, up 12.9 percent.

-DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS: $654.2 million 2005 win, down 1.3 percent. The December win for the downtown clubs was $49.5 million, up 2.7 percent.

-NORTH LAS VEGAS: $302.2 million 2005 win, up 17.2 percent. The December win was $20.1 million, down 15.4 percent.

-LAUGHLIN: $621.2 million 2005 win, up 4.4 percent. In December, the casinos took in $44.8 million, down 0.2 percent.

-BOULDER STRIP: $891 million 2005 win, up 12.5 percent. In December, the clubs took in $56.4 million, down 20 percent.

-RENO: $754.8 million 2005 win, up 1.7 percent. The December win was $56 million, up 6.1 percent.

-SPARKS: $166 million 2005 win, up 2.8 percent. The December win was $13.9 million, up 8 percent.

-NORTH TAHOE: $42.8 million 2005 win, up 3 percent. The December win was $4 million, up 30.4 percent.

-STATELINE: $335.4 million 2005 win, down 0.8 percent. In December, the win was $23 million, down 21 percent.

- ELKO COUNTY: $258.4 million 2005 win, up 11.2 percent. In December, the clubs took in $17.6 million, up 5.1 percent.

- CARSON-GARDNERVILLE-MINDEN: $124.6 million 2005 win, up 10.7 percent. In December, the win was $10.3 million, up 9.7 percent.

-NYE COUNTY: $62.3 million 2005 win, up 19.6 percent. In December, the win was $5.3 million, up 6.4 percent.

-LYON COUNTY: $36.7 million 2005 win, up 18.5 percent. In December, the win was $3.1 million, up 20.7 percent.

- CHURCHILL: $22.5 million 2005 win, up 16.5 percent. In December, the win was $2 million, up 15 percent.

- HUMBOLDT: $19.3 million 2005 win, up 4 percent. In December, the win was $1.4 million, down 2.2 percent.

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