The State Division of Gaming Enforcement lately published the numbers for New Jersey's poker market and with $4.5 million during the month of October it meant a nearly 9% increase over October 2015.
While live poker raked in $2.1 million, with the Borgata leading the way with $1.28 million in rake, followed by Bally’s ($254,000), Harrah’s ($252,000), Tropicana ($222,000) and Golden Nugget ($73,000); online poker brought a total of $2.4 million. Resorts Digital lead the way in online poker with $1 million in revenue, ahead of Borgata ($734,000) and Caesars Interactive ($642,000).
The total gaming winnings decreased a bit in the year-to-year comparison with the Atlantic City casino industry raking $203 million, 1% less than the $204.5 million in October 2015.
Over the whole year an increase of 1.4% was achieved, with $2.2 billion total gaming wins in the first 10 months of 2016.