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Ohio casinos see revenues increase in December over last year; Cleveland, Cincinnati lead way

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio's four casinos had a better holiday than they did a year ago.

The latest revenue figures show the casinos in Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati all saw their revenue increase in December compared with the same time in 2013.

The two Horseshoe casinos in Cleveland and Cincinnati saw the biggest increases. Cleveland was up by $3 million to just over $21 million for all of December.

Statewide, the state's four casinos pulled in nearly $71 million in December. That's up almost 12 percent compared with the same month in 2013.

The overall total for the past month also was up over November by nearly $8 million.

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