Atlantic City's casinos took in 11 percent less from gamblers in July than they did a year ago.

Figures released today by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the eleven casinos won $274 million last month, compared with $297.1 million in July, 2013. That number includes internet gambling in the state, which was up about $500,000 from June to $10 million.

For the month of July compared to July, 2013, Revel was down 36 percent, Trump Plaza was down 34 percent, Caesars was down 20 percent, and Showboat was down 19 percent. On the flip side, Golden Nugget was up 40 percent, Tropicana was up 34 percent, and Resorts was up 3 percent. Borgata continues to be successful with its on-line gambling options, reporting $3.1 million in winnings for July and $27 million year-to-date.

You can view the full list of figures from the Division of Gaming Enforcement here.