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Deadwood Gaming Revenue Continues to Decline in October Black Hills Pioneer photo
November 30, 2017

Deadwood Gaming Revenue Continues to Decline in October

Deadwood gaming numbers from October 2017 were down 1% from October 2016, according to the South Dakota Commission on Gaming. As reported by the Black Hills Pioneer, patrons to Deadwood casinos played $91.5 million on both machines and tables last month.

While overall numbers were down, table games increased by 3.5 percent last month when compared to October 2016. Slot machines were down 1.3 percent when compared to the same point in time last year.

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