CLEVELAND - The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland brought in $20.2 million in revenue after all bets were paid in November. That number was up about 3.5 percent over October's $19.5 million but down 1.2 percent from last November's $20.48 million.
The Horseshoe posted its best month for table games this year and its second best month since opening bringing in $8.66 million. That's up one percent from October and $1.3 million or 18.2 percent over November, 2012.
Adjusted gross slot revenues came in $11.5 million which was up about a half-million or 5.3 percent over October, it was down $1.6 million or 12.1 percent from November, 2012.
Slot numbers have slid at the Horseshoe since the opening of their sister property ThistleDown Racino in April.
ThistleDown meanwhile continued to break its own records according to figures released by the Ohio Lottery Commission. The North Randall slots only racino posted an adjusted gross revenue figure of nearly $13.3 million, its strongest monthly total up 3.2 percent over October.
Equally as impressive was the amount of money ThistleDown took in per machine, per day in November $385, breaking its own record of $361 set in October.
No other casino or racino in Ohio or Pennsylvania came in with a daily number above $300 a machine.
The Horseshoe Cleveland’s $20.2 million was the state leader in revenue for November followed by Horseshoe Cincinnati at $17.58 million, Hollywood Columbus $17.53 million and Hollywood Toledo at $14.8 million.