BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland’s casinos generated $85.6 million in December, down from last month’s revenues.

State revenue totals released Monday show that excluding Horseshoe Casino Baltimore — which opened in August —  revenues at the state’s other four casinos were down by 3.6 percent in December, compared to the same month in 2013.

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Factoring in the opening of Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, revenues increased by $20.6 million from December 2013 to last month. That’s a 31.7 percent increase.

The Maryland Live! casino in Hanover generated the most revenue last month, at about $50.2 million. That’s a 4.4 percent decrease from December 2013.

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Baltimore’s casino generated about $22.9 million in December, though it hasn’t amounts projected by state consultants.

Revenue at Hollywood Casino Perryville, about 34 miles north of Baltimore, dropped about 7 percent.

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