Atlantic City's summer gamble a bust

Atlantic City's summer gamble a bust

September 11, 2009.

Figures released by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission show the worst summer performance for Atlantic City in its 31-year gambling history, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.

The 11 casinos were down 16.3 percent in revenue and reported $391.7 million in revenue down from $468.3 million in August 2008.

While all casinos showed a significant decline, the Trump Plaza showed the most severe decline at 29.6 per cent.

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