BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland’s five casinos generated a total of $82.8 million in revenue last month.

The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency released the February revenue numbers on Thursday.

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Total casino revenue from February increased from the same month last year by $16.8 million, or about 25 percent.

However, when the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is excluded, revenue dropped by about $6.2 million, or 9 percent at the other four casinos. The Baltimore casino opened in August.

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Revenue at three casinos dropped in February, compared to the same period last year.

Only the Rocky Gap Casino Resort saw an increase. Its February revenue went up nearly $365,000, or about 12 percent, compared to February 2014.

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