But at Rivers, the opening of table games intersected with the July 4th weekend so it was unclear what data from the previous week, June 22-July 4, said about the future. Now we have a full week of data and the total slots wagers the week of July 12-18 of $63,868,101 is nearly identical to the total slots wagers of $63,642,038 week of June 28-July 4, which was the last full week without slots. Time will tell if that means anything.
Something interesting to watch as well. Here is the time series of total slots wagers for the two casinos combined. I think the description to go with it can be summarized as a plateau. Pretty amazingly so if you look at the narrow band the combined wagers have been stuck in since the end of winter. But table games will change everything right?