Gambling regulators say gross revenue from table games at Pennsylvania's 11 casinos was up 8.9-percent last month when compared to April 2012.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board says table games generated $61.6-million last month. That's up from $56.5-million during the same period the year before. Earlier month, the board reported gross revenue from slot machines was down 4-percent in April, the fifth straight month of slots declines.
When slots and tables revenues are combined, total gaming revenues were down slightly in April to $266.7-million.The state's first casino opened with slot machines in 2006.
Table games were introduced in 2010 and Pennsylvania has grown into the nation's second-largest gambling market behind Las Vegas.
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