July saw record high revenue from Pennsylvania table games

    Pennsylvania’s 10 casinos generated more than $9 million in taxes during the month of July. That’s a record high.

    The $56,183,506 that came in during July beat the March 2011 record of $54.6 million, PhillyBurbs reports. Bensalem’s Parx casino brought the most revenue at more than $10 million from its 172 tables. That’s $1.5 million in state taxes.

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