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January 22, 2018 | Edition Nº3408

There are 225 poker tables across the state

Pennsylvania poker room revenue grows 5.4% in March

Pennsylvania poker room revenue grows 5.4% in March
According to the official data, the industry raked a combined USD 5.45M last month wich represents an improvement compared to USD 5.17M collected during the same period in 2015.
United States | 04/20/2017

According to the official data, the industry raked a combined USD 5.45M last month wich represents an improvement compared to USD 5.17M collected during the same period in 2015.

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hrough the first quarter of 2017, poker revenue is up 1.5 percent. February of this year did have one less day due to the leap year in 2016.

Here’s a look at how each poker room did last month:

Parx: $1,436,830 (45 tables)
Sands Bethlehem: $1,016,488 (30 tables)
SugarHouse: $798,076 (28 tables)
Rivers: $684,591 (30 tables)
Harrah’s Philadelphia: $470,328 (28 tables)
Penn National: $440,820 (16 tables)
Mohegan Sun: $236,357 (18 tables)
The Meadows: $180,085 (14 tables)
Mount Airy: $96,685 (9 tables)
Presque Isle: $91,520 (7 tables)

Two of the state’s casinos (Valleyforge and Nemacolin) don’t have poker rooms.

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