Total revenues for Atlantic City's 11 casinos declined last month 6.3 percent from a year ago to $245.1 million.

The decrease continued a streak of year-over-year losses to 39 consecutive months.

Larger properties had revenue increases, such as Borgata, up 2.4 percent; Harrah's Resort, up 3.4 percent, and Caesars, up 17.6 percent.

Casinos reporting the largest declines were Trump Plaza, down 31.8 percent; ACH, down 26.9 percent, and Trump Taj, down 26.5 percent.

The resort continues to feel competitive pressure from casinos in Pennsylvania and New York and from racetracks with slot machines.    - Suzette Parmley