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Casino revenue up in Columbus, down in Cleveland

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Casinos in Columbus and Toledo saw their numbers increase slightly in January while the take at Cleveland's casino in January fell from December.

The Ohio Casino Control Commission released its revenue reports Thursday for the state's three casinos.

Revenue at the casino in Columbus was $18.2 million last month. The Toledo casino pulled in just under $14.3 million.

The Horseshoe Casino Cleveland saw a 16% decrease in January from the month earlier but it still brought in $20.6 million.

The Cleveland and Toledo casinos opened last May, and the one in Columbus debuted in October. A fourth casino is scheduled to open March 4 in Cincinnati.

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