Dave Dye

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Dave Dye is a former sportswriter for the Detroit News and FoxSportsDetroit.com. He has covered six Stanley Cup Finals, five Final Fours, three NBA Finals, three Rose Bowls and one World Series. Twitter: @Dyedave Email: DaveDye@GamingToday.com

Santa Fe Station also benefiting from sportsbook renovation

Santa Fe Station also benefiting from sportsbook renovation

posted on October 18, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Those new massive video boards that can be found throughout numerous sportsbooks around town this football season provide great flexibility when it comes to putting up both game and line information.

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Opinions are changing on nationwide sports betting, but not the laws

Opinions are changing on nationwide sports betting, but not the laws

posted on October 11, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | When people such as former NBA commissioner David Stern come out in support of legalized sports gambling in the United States, it’s clear momentum in that direction is building.

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US can learn alot from UK sports betting market

US can learn alot from UK sports betting market

posted on October 04, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Professional leagues in the United States are finally starting to recognize that legalized sports betting is actually in their best interests, and not the enemy, when it comes to maintaining integrity for the games.

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Brians bring their AGame to casino marketing

Brians bring their AGame to casino marketing

posted on September 27, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Husband and wife first, business partners second. That’s the approach Bobby and Sheila Brian have taken to run their company, AGame Marketing, which is based in Las Vegas and serves as a middle man for casinos that want to protect themselves by taking out prize insurance in some of these big-money promotions.

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New GM/VP Nelson brings years of Asian casino experience to Palace Station

New GM/VP Nelson brings years of Asian casino experience to Palace Station

posted on September 20, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | The billboards near Chinatown send out the Palace Station message in Chinese: “We’re here for you.” In Scott Nelson’s case, it could read: “I’m back.”

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