BALTIMORE (AP) -- Maryland's three casinos pulled in $43.1 million in November, led by the new Maryland Live Casino in Anne Arundel County.
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Wednesday that Maryland Live, which opened in June, accounted for $34.4 million of the revenues. The casino took in $30.6 million in October.
The Hollywood Casino Perryville generated $5.4 million in November, down slightly from the month before, but off more than 40 percent from November 2011.
The Casino at Ocean Downs, meanwhile, generated $3.3 million in November, a 6.9 percent increase over Nov. 2011.
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