(Harrisburg) -- Pennsylvania casinos are reporting a drop-off of about 3.6 percent in revenue from table games in September compared to a year ago.
The state Gaming Control Board says the 12 casinos brought in $57.1 million from the games last month.
Slots revenues, released earlier, also are on the decline. Together the two types of gambling brought in 5.7 percent less revenue for the casinos compared to September 2012.
Total revenues were $245 million, down from $260 million last year.
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