** U.S.-listed shares of Canadian online gambling firm fall 2 pct to $15.4, set to open at lowest level since Dec. 20
** Q4 rev jumped 81.2 pct from a year ago, but fell short of analysts’ expectations for the first time in at least the last eight quarters
** In international segment, co’s revenues from poker fell 10 pct from a year-ago, while operating income plunged 40 pct
** But, quarterly profit beats estimates
** Shares set to extend losses to a sixth session
** Stock down ~5 pct YTD vs 29.1 pct slump in 2018 (Reporting by Susan Mathew in Bengaluru;)
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