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DENVER-Colorado casinos report $59.7 million in adjusted gross proceeds in September, almost 10% more than in September 2000, despite a drop in visitors to the three mountain communities that permit limited stakes gambling on Sept. 11 and several days afterward. Casino revenues were only down 1.7% from August, despite the terrorist attacks.

The Colorado Division of Gaming reports that Black Hawk’s 20 casinos took in $41.8 million in September.

Black Haw was followed by Cripple Creek’s 18 gambling parlors that reported $12.8 million. A distant third was Central City, where its five casinos took in $5 million.

Casinos in September paid $6.9 million in gaming taxes.

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