Talk about a big win, Harrah’s is literally in the money again.
The Chester casino has been battling a downturn in its slots revenue for about a year.
Enter table games. And guess who is sitting on top of the heap in Pennsylvania when it comes to poker, roulette and craps? That’s right, Harrah’s Chester Casino.
Figures released by the state Gaming Control Board show Harrah’s was No.
1 in the state in October for table games revenue.
They took in $5,800,755, which put them above Parx Casino in Bucks County, which was a close second with $5,793,303.
Of course, Harrah’s has a bit of an advantage in all this. They have 40 more tables in play than Parx, 99 in Chester as compared to 57 at Philly Park. But they also raked in more dough than the Sands, in Bethlehem, which has 89 tables, and Mohegan Sun, with 90 tables.