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Colorado Poker Market Grows 12.5 Percent In March

Poker Tables Collect $1.44 Million Last Month

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Colorado poker room revenue in March was $1.44 million, according to figures released Thursday by state officials.

Revenue from poker in March 2016 was $1.28 million, so the poker market grew 12.5 percent year-over-year last month. That’s despite the state shedding 11 tables year-over-year.

Revenue from the state’s 65 traditional poker tables was $1.37 million in February and $1.25 million in January, according to state figures.

Year-to-date poker revenue through March was $4.06 million, virtually unchanged from the poker revenue during the first quarter of 2016.

Here’s a look at how other poker markets across the country fared in March:

Pennsylvania: $5.45 million (5.4 percent increase)
New Jersey (includes online): $4.75 million (3 percent decrease)
Maryland: $3.88 million (20 percent increase)
Indiana: $1.8 million (3 percent decrease)
Illinois: $1.1 million (7.5 percent decrease)