Phil Hevener

Gaming Today Phil Hevener

Phil Hevener has been writing about the business, politics and leading personalities of the U.S. casino industry for more than 30 years.

He has been a columnist and editor for major casino-related publications and was recently awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in gaming communications fin 2005 rom the American Gaming Association.

He continues to publish his Phil Hevener's Gaming Hotline, a bi-weekly newsletter that for the last 14 years has followed current gaming issues and the personalities who drive them.

He also currently writes a weekly column for GamingToday as he works on his second mystery novel.

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Where will Wynn story go now?

Where will Wynn story go now?

posted on February 13, 2018 by

Gaming Insider | We have not seen the last of Steve Wynn. You can count on it. There was no mention of his future plans when the chairman and CEO of the resort company in which he is a significant shareholder resigned last week.

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Wynn Palace entering design phase two

Wynn Palace entering design phase two

posted on January 30, 2018 by

Gaming Insider | Wynn Palace has managed to successfully take what looks like huge potential in the so-called mass market of wealthy Chinese who have an appetite for a quality experience in the floral-themed resort.

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Pondering how to deal with ‘weed’

Pondering how to deal with ‘weed’

posted on January 16, 2018 by

Gaming Insider | Where does the Nevada gaming business go from here? There’s a lot of energy and high-powered imaginations being invested in the search for answers.

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Las Vegas is forever re-inventing itself

Las Vegas is forever re-inventing itself

posted on January 02, 2018 by

Gaming Insider | What’s the best response to assumptions based on what appears to be solid evidence aimed at tourists and prospective investors?

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Is Committee looking at key issues?

Is Committee looking at key issues?

posted on December 19, 2017 by

Gaming Insider | There was something missing in the recent meeting of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s gaming advisory committee meeting to consider the possibilities for marijuana in the state’s casinos.

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