Revenues at Ohio casinos dip in October; Toledo declines 1 percentJon Chavez, Toledo Blade · November 7, 2017 at 9:31 pm Revenues at Ohio’s four full-service casinos fell nearly 1 percent in October, with just one property, Jack Casino in Cleveland, registering an increase in gaming income — and a small one at that.Hollywood Casino Toledo revenues were down nearly 1 percent for the month at $16.1 million. Gaming revenues at its sister gambling house, the Hollywood Casino Columbus, were down nearly 3 percent at $17.8 million. Both are owned by Penn National Gaming. Meanwhile, revenues at the Jack Cincinnati Casino, operated by Jack Entertainment, were down just 0.2 percent at $15.7 million. The Cleveland casino’s increase was 1 percent to $16.9 million.Total revenue for the four casinos was $66.5 million last month compared to $67.1 million in September.The figures were released Tuesday by the Ohio Casino Control Commission, which is the state body regulating the industry. Monthly reports from the state include only revenue from gambling, with food, drink, merchandise, and event sales excluded from the totals.