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

SLS' Mistretta taking advantage of Vegas opportunity

SLS' Mistretta taking advantage of Vegas opportunity

posted on August 23, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Tony Mistretta has held several executive positions at Las Vegas casinos, including currently as vice president of marketing for SLS, located where the Sahara used to stand on the northern end of The Strip.

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For Boyd Gaming's Scucci it wasn't his plan to be in the family business

For Boyd Gaming's Scucci it wasn't his plan to be in the family business

posted on August 16, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | His father worked in sportsbooks, even his mother took bets. As one of Nevada’s preeminent race and sportsbook directors, you would think Bob Scucci was groomed for this all along, that this was his plan from the start. You would be wrong.

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Monte Carlo's sportsbook leads right to T-Mobile Arena's front doors

Monte Carlo's sportsbook leads right to T-Mobile Arena's front doors

posted on August 09, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Two-hundred and sixteen steps. That’s how far it is, by my count, from the Monte Carlo sportsbook to the main entrance of T-Mobile Arena, home of Las Vegas’ NHL franchise that will begin play in 2017.

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MGM Resorts breaks new ground with online slot tournaments through easyPLAY

MGM Resorts breaks new ground with online slot tournaments through easyPLAY

posted on August 02, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | A joint venture between MGM Resorts and oneLIVE Inc. recently launched a gambling-on-the-go device that can be used only at one of MGM’s nine casino properties in Las Vegas.

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Professional tweeter Quigley knows his horses

Professional tweeter Quigley knows his horses

posted on July 26, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | “Quigley’s Corner” was the term used to describe the spot in the paddock where Tom Quigley positioned himself each day to observe horses preparing to run an upcoming race.

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