Hollywood Casino Perryville opened its table games last week, becoming the first casino in the state with table games in operation. The ability of casinos to run dealer-dealt table games like poker and blackjack was one of several key provisions of Question 7, which voters approved in the November elections.Read More »
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The first part of Maryland’s gambling expansion could be approved by regulators this week, when the State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission evaluates casino operators’ requests to stay open 24 hours a day. But industry experts are unsure what impact ...Read More »
Maryland’s three casinos combined to generate $43.1 million in November, the largest amount since August, despite a deepening slump at the state’s first commercial casino in Cecil County.Read More »
State gambling officials are considering using slot machines removed from the state’s two largest casinos to furnish a future casino at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort in Allegany County.
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Two out of three Maryland casinos showed year-over-year decreases in October revenue as the trio combined to generate $39.6 million last month, the first time since June the state’s slots parlors failed to break $40 million.
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Maryland's casinos generated $42.9 million in September, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Friday, the lowest monthly revenue total since June.Read More »