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

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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Baccarat tournament hopes to reach mainstream at Venetian, Palazzo

Baccarat tournament hopes to reach mainstream at Venetian, Palazzo

posted on July 19, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | You don't have to be a high-roller anymore to play baccarat. That's the message the Las Vegas Sands Corporation tries to send each year with the Grand Dragon Master Baccarat Championship, which begins this Friday.

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South Point's Michael Gaughan gets his guy in Chris Andrews

South Point's Michael Gaughan gets his guy in Chris Andrews

posted on July 12, 2016 by

Dye-ing to Know | Chris Andrews is back where he belongs, behind the counter, booking bets. He had spent much of the last seven years on the other side, before getting a call a few months ago from South Point owner Michael Gaughan.

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