Gamblers lost $67.93 million playing poker and other table games at Pennsylvania casinos last month, the highest total since table games began in July 2010, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported.
The total was $551,490 more than the figure for March 2013, which was the previous high.
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, which has been up for sale for nearly a year, continued to hold the top spot in table games, with $15.3 million in revenue, slightly less than the figure a year ago.
The biggest gain in dollars was registered by SugarHouse, which registered a $825,555 increase in table games revenues.
The state collected $9.8 million in tax revenue from table games.