HARTFORD (AP) — Connecticut’s two Indian-run casinos on Wednesday posted sharply reduced slot machine revenue in December, a month after Foxwoods Resort Casino broke a losing streak with a slight rise in revenue and the Mohegan Sun posted a tiny decline.Revenue at Foxwoods declined nearly 15 percent, to $37.6 million in December 2013 compared with $44.2 million in December 2012. Revenue is the share of wagers the casino keeps, and betting was down 21 percent, to $431.5 million. Foxwoods is run by the Mashantucket Pequots.Mohegan Sun reported revenue fell about 8 percent, to $45.9 million. Wagering fell by 7 percent, to $570.6 million.“The numbers are on par with what our expectations were for December,” said Foxwoods Chief Executive Scott Butera. Bad weather and Christmas accounted for fewer customers, he said.Foxwoods reported slot-machine revenue in November increased 2.1 percent from the same month in 2012. The increase ended a 22-month stretch of reports with year-over-year declines.Slots revenue at the neighboring Mohegan Sun was $49.3 million for November, down 1 percent from the previous year.The two casinos face intense competition in the Northeast as more casinos are being planned and built. In addition, the weak economy has been a drag on revenue.Representing 25 percent of revenue that the two casinos must pay the state, Foxwoods contributed $9.4 million and Mohegan Sun’s share was $11.5 million. Because of the declining revenue, the state’s cut of the two casinos’ slot revenue dropped from $430 million in 2007 to $296 million last year.