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Horseshoe sees another revenue slide in the month of May

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Though 2019 started out on a good note, Horseshoe Casino once again saw its year-over-year revenue slide, according to new figures released by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming agency.

In May, the city’s lone casino brought in $20,559,140, a decrease of roughly $3.5 million (or 14.6 percent) from May 2018. While January and March had slight increases in gambling revenue, February, April and May all saw declines.

Horseshoe Casino squeaks out a revenue increase to start 2019

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Baltimore’s lone casino has started 2019 with a welcome, if rare revenue bump from one year earlier, as statewide casino revenues climbed 7 percent overall.

Horseshoe Casino posts revenue gain for second straight month

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After almost a year and a half of sliding revenue, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore’s luck appears to be turning around.

Officials celebrate deal to bring Topgolf to Baltimore by 2020

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Mayor Catherine Pugh speaks at a press conference announcing the arrival of Topgolf in Baltimore. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

In a ceremony that started with a golf cart entrance and ended with a putting contest, city officials touted the official arrival of Topgolf, the national chain of interactive driving ranges, to a lot between the Horseshoe Baltimore and M&T Bank Stadium.

Horseshoe’s Revenue Falls for Eighth Straight Month Year-Over-Year

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Since the opening of MGM National Harbor late last year, the money just hasn’t been flowing like it used to at Horseshoe Casino in South Baltimore.

Celeb Chef Gordon Ramsay is Bringing a Steakhouse to Horseshoe Casino

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Baltimore City’s lone casino plans to replace its current steakhouse with another one carrying some celebrity culinary star power in its name.

MGM Grabbing Larger Share of State Casino Revenues as Horseshoe, Live! Continue to Falter

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Photo by Jamie Adams, via Wikimedia Commons

Some good news for Maryland’s legal gambling industry: Revenues are up from 2016. Some bad news for the Baltimore area’s two gambling spots: Revenues are sinking every month from 2016.

City Police Lieutenant Accused of Logging Fake Overtime Hours, Charged with Felony Theft

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Lt. Steven Bagshaw, via Baltimore Police Department

A Baltimore police lieutenant who gambled with his career by allegedly falsifying hours while based at the Horseshoe Casino was arrested this morning on felony theft charges.

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