Table gaming is a popular pastime for many gamblers, especially across the United States. From craps to blackjack and poker, these games are well-received at casinos in the US and across the globe. Players like the thrill of the games as well as the excitement that can be found during game play. In the state of Pennsylvania, table gaming has taken a nice turn and for 2014, the table games like craps have seen great results.
There are twelve casinos in the state and the Sands Casino has been the one to pull ahead in table gaming revenues. Craps, roulette, blackjack and other table games have produced $15.3 million in revenues for the month of March. The State Gaming Control Board announced the figures and this is the 28th month in a row that the Sands have held the first place position in table gaming revenues.
The Parx Casino was second in revenues for table gaming with $11.7 million with SugarHouse taking the next spot with $8.8 million. Harrah’s Casino was able to earn $7 million while Mount Airy Casino earned $3.7 million.
A spokesman for the Gaming Control Board, Richard McGarvey, stated that when it comes to the revenues of table gaming, no one is able to touch The Sands in table gaming revenues. The Sands is able to lead in table gaming revenues month after month and McGarvey cannot remember the last time the Sands did not have the lead.
The games continue to do well across the state and just prove that gamblers want to be able to enjoy blackjack, craps, poker and more. Gamers continue to play their favorites and as visitors continue to head to Pennsylvania, the table games will continue to do well. It will be interesting to see how the Sands stack up in the coming months of revenues.