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That mini is huge

Posted Monday, April 17th, 2017 10:51 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 10:51 AM

Tonight’s goal?

New rooms I’m helping build

Posted Sunday, April 16th, 2017 03:27 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Holidays at 3:27 PM

Easter @ Mystic Lake

Peter Gabriel and Sting at Summerfest

Posted Saturday, April 15th, 2017 09:55 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Food,Music,Travel at 9:55 PM

Summerfest in Milwaukee just announced their 2017 lineup, which continues their amazing run of awesome bookings. I still don’t fully understand how they can get such great acts year after year, while charging so little to get in. There must be some serious beer vendor underwriting going on – plus now they are stepping up the other corporate sponsorships to improve the grounds.

While the closing night this year features the outstanding Outlaw Music Festival (with Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, Nathaniel Rateliff and Margo Price), I don’t think we are going to go this year. Reviewing the daily lineups reminded me I never wrote about last year’s finale: Peter Gabriel and Sting on the Rock Paper Scissors tour.

The problem with me forgetting about these posts in the draft folder is that I have a really hard time remembering exactly what happened. Thankfully this Sunday night show from July 10, 2016 was covered by the local newspaper. They also included the setlist I included below (followed by some really bad shots from our waaaaay in the back seats).

After re-reading the review, I do remember that I was really concerned heading in to the show about Sting covering Peter Gabriel songs and vice versa. We’ve seen Sting a number of times, but had never seen Gabriel and didn’t want to get a “fake” cover show. In reality, the show was the best of both worlds and was one of my favorites all year. I don’t recall how much the tickets were, but I know they were expensive and that I intentionally bought seats farther back to limit cost.

The only other things I remember about this trip is that we stayed in the really nice new rooms at the Potawatomi Hotel and we took our first two Uber rides (which also turned out to be our last Uber rides). Didn’t play much at the casino – Milwaukee pricing is a little too rich for my taste. Oh yeah, also made a quick pit stop at the Gritty in Madison…

  • The Rhythm of the Heat (PG)
  • If I Ever Lose My Faith in You (Sting)
  • Digging in the Dirt (PG and Sting)
  • Invisible Sun (PG and Sting)
  • Games Without Frontiers (PG and Sting)
  • Shock the Monkey (PG and Sting)
  • Secret World (PG)
  • Driven to Tears (Sting)
  • Fragile (PG and Sting)
  • Red Rain (PG)
  • Dancing with the Moonlit Knight (Sting)
  • Message in a Bottle (PG and Sting)
  • San Jacinto (PG)
  • Walking in your Footsteps (Sting)
  • Kiss That Frog (PG and Sting)
  • Don’t Give Up (PG)
  • The Hounds of Winter (Sting)
  • Big Time (PG and Sting)
  • Englishman in New York (PG and Sting)
  • Solsbury Hill (PG and Sting)
  • Every Little Thing She Does is Magic (Sting)
  • If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Gabriel)
  • Roxanne (Sting)
  • Love Can Heal (Gabriel)
  • Desert Rose (Sting)
  • In Your Eyes (PG and Sting)
  • Encore
  • Every Breath You Take (PG and Sting)
  • Sledgehammer (PG and Sting)

My long lost friends

Posted Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 07:37 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Travel at 7:37 PM

Hello, Arizona hookers – thanks for showing up!

Lunch at Vee Quiva

Posted Monday, April 3rd, 2017 05:24 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food,Travel at 5:24 PM

…and maybe a few games

Where’s Billy?

Posted Saturday, March 25th, 2017 05:20 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Games,Pop Culture at 5:20 PM

Billy Mitchell Pac Man Minnesota Lottery promotion @ MoA

Dolly Parton at Grand Casino

Posted Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 10:47 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Music at 10:47 PM

When my mom stopped to visit the loft earlier this week, we were talking about upcoming concerts and she mentioned that Dolly Parton is one of her favorites. That reminded me I never posted the pictures from the show last summer at Grand Casino Hinckley. The Pure and Simple Tour stopped for a Wednesday evening show in their outdoor amphitheater on July 20, 2016 and thanks to Hinckley’s amazing general manager Mel Towle, we got to sit front and center (seriously, Mel is one of the best people in the entire casino world).

Growing up, I probably knew Dolly more for the movie 9 to 5 than for her country music. I also thought it was cool that we shared a birthday (hello, Edgar Allan Poe). Seeing her perform live, it’s really hard to believe she is 70 (now 71). Gotta believe Dolly and Debbie Harry must have some sort of Secret 70 Club that prevents the effects of aging.

Don’t have a set list or much recollection of the show now – I just remember it was really sunny at the start and that she was quite the entertainer. I think we also waited in the parking lot afterwards for nearly as long as she played (guessing the Hinckley police force is not a fan of summer concert nights). Looking at set lists from other stops, she did hit all the big ones: Jolene, Islands in the Stream, 9 to 5, Coat of Many Colors and I Will Always Love You.

Thanks, Sugar!

Not a single progressive won

Posted Saturday, March 18th, 2017 12:35 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 12:35 AM

The Black Orchid was fickle @ Mystic Lake

FU, Yang

Posted Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 08:18 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 8:18 PM

Hard progressive to trigger 

Hello, hooker

Posted Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 06:24 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 6:24 PM

The romance continues @ Mystic Lake

Pulltab designers rule

Posted Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 09:36 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Charities,Design at 9:36 PM

Let’s 🌮 Bout It

Marketing Genius 

Posted Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 11:35 pm GMT -5 in Business,Casinos at 11:35 PM

Terrible scratch-off gameplay; brilliant targeting

Cheap thrills 

Posted Sunday, January 29th, 2017 10:28 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 10:28 PM

Nickel poker @ Treasure Island (in the new non-smoking room)

Birthday Buffet

Posted Sunday, January 29th, 2017 07:34 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 7:34 PM

Two free passes to Tradewinds, Welch

A progressive for you

Posted Thursday, January 19th, 2017 02:49 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 2:49 PM

…and a progressive for you @ Mystic

Licking his lips

Posted Thursday, January 19th, 2017 02:42 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 2:42 PM

Favorite new game this visit

Wide open on the 10th tee

Posted Thursday, January 19th, 2017 02:40 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Golf,Weather at 2:40 PM

A very snowy Meadows at Mystic Lake 

Foreigner at Mystic Lake

Posted Wednesday, January 4th, 2017 09:48 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Family,Music at 9:48 PM

This Saturday night casino show back on 4/9/2016 was the one that finally made me realize I need to research old groups *before* I buy tickets. Foreigner songs were a big part of my formative years and I had never seen them live. While I knew Lou Gramm was out of the picture, I figured Mick Jones was still worth the money, right?

Well, turns out Mick was sick that night and we ended up paying waaaaay too much money to hear what was essentially a Foreigner cover band. It was really weird, though, that I was one of the few people in the sold-out, 2100-seat venue that seemed to care. I mean, just check out this glowing review from Dave Rubene at Twin Cities Media.

What the hell, people.

I will say, the musicians themselves were talented and it was cool to have them bring out the local high school choir during the encore. I also really have a soft spot for many of these songs – particularly Juke Box Hero, Waiting for a Girl Like You and Urgent. This wasn’t enough, however, for me to get over how the new lead singer sounded nothing like the original.

Set list and pictures after the jump.

  • Double Vision
  • Head Games
  • Cold as Ice
  • Waiting for a Girl Like You
  • Dirty White Boy
  • Say You Will
  • Feels Like the First Time
  • Urgent
  • Juke Box Hero
  • Encore:
  • Long, Long Way From Home
  • I Want to Know What Love Is (with Prior Lake High School Choir)
  • Hot Blooded

It was non-alcoholic, promise

Posted Thursday, December 29th, 2016 12:44 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Family,Food at 12:44 AM

My dinner companion @ Minnehaha Cafe

Hookers forever

Posted Monday, December 26th, 2016 08:17 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 8:17 PM

This game isn’t helping my tax bill

Never thought that would happen

Posted Sunday, December 25th, 2016 09:34 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Games at 9:34 AM

If only it was real money

How many chickens do you need?

Posted Friday, December 16th, 2016 04:21 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Travel at 4:21 PM

A lot, according to Tulalip Casino

A Very Mystic Christmas

Posted Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 07:49 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Holidays at 7:49 PM

They replaced the stadium display with this


Posted Monday, November 21st, 2016 08:50 pm GMT -5 in Business,Casinos at 8:50 PM

More hotel rooms coming to Mystic Lake 

This game makes me happy

Posted Sunday, November 20th, 2016 11:01 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 11:01 PM

…most of the time. Hookers, dudes and (double) forgs @ Mystic Lake

Not nearly as exciting

Posted Thursday, October 27th, 2016 12:37 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 12:37 AM

Stupid butterflies cost me $100 (but at least I won Mt. Dew)

I just wanted the frogs

Posted Sunday, October 16th, 2016 02:08 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 2:08 PM

Never play for that top one, but I’ll gladly take it

Not a bad return

Posted Sunday, October 16th, 2016 01:42 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 1:42 AM

First ever taxable hand-pay jackpot: 10,000x my 40-cent bet (Black Orchid progressive @ Mystic Lake)

Fake Warrant @ Mystic Lake

Posted Saturday, October 15th, 2016 08:27 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Music at 8:27 PM

Three out of five ain’t bad

I like line 32

Posted Friday, October 7th, 2016 01:53 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Family at 1:53 AM

Nice win on Harmony Riches @ Mystic Lake

Winky, winky

Posted Saturday, September 24th, 2016 11:28 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 11:28 PM

The pixie is here for your money @ Mystic Lake

One entire year

Posted Friday, September 9th, 2016 08:59 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Games,Technology at 8:59 PM

MyVegas daily bonus streak

Trying the all-paper method

Posted Sunday, August 14th, 2016 02:07 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 2:07 PM

Hope I can keep up @ Mystic

The 9 to 5 Blues

Posted Monday, August 8th, 2016 07:12 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Charities,Food,Work at 7:12 PM

And Chicken Fried

Texas Outlaws @ Ribfest

Posted Friday, July 22nd, 2016 08:25 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 8:25 PM

Mystic Lake on a hot, beautiful summer night

One rose away from $5800

Posted Sunday, July 10th, 2016 07:12 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Travel at 7:12 PM

Someday? Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, Milwaukee 

Treasure-free Island

Posted Sunday, June 26th, 2016 06:36 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 6:36 PM

The one lone highlight of the visit – don’t need to go back for a while

Wah wah wah

Posted Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 08:03 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Family at 8:03 PM

Book of Treasures!!!!

Should’ve stopped here

Posted Sunday, June 19th, 2016 12:26 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 12:26 AM

Frog progressive on Black Orchid @ Grand Casino Hinckley 

Roman Nagel

Posted Saturday, June 4th, 2016 08:58 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Movies,Quotes at 8:58 PM

You’re analog players in a digital world. You’re done…

Fun times at Mystic

Posted Monday, May 23rd, 2016 09:59 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Family at 9:59 PM

Casino nights with kid one are the best

Wish this was not fake $

Posted Thursday, May 12th, 2016 01:30 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Games,Technology at 1:30 PM

Screenful of wild symbols on the Konami app

Cheeky lil’ Devil

Posted Sunday, May 8th, 2016 10:02 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Games at 10:02 AM

Something new from IGT @ Treasure Island

Two favorites helping the cause

Posted Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 10:43 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 10:43 PM

Keepin’ It Hot & Black Orchid @ Mystic Lake

Panthers > Gorillas

Posted Sunday, April 10th, 2016 12:44 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Family at 12:44 PM

Colleen wins $186 in a bonus round on a 50-cent bet

Bet they all say that

Posted Saturday, April 9th, 2016 07:04 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 7:04 PM

How about a W-2 jackpot, Mystic Lake?

The return of the nemesis 

Posted Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 12:04 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 12:04 AM

Sumatran Storm @ Mystic Lake

America at Grand Casino Hinckley

Posted Monday, March 28th, 2016 12:38 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Food,Music at 12:38 AM

When I was little growing up in St. Paul, we had an old turntable that I used as my own personal DJ station. The volume, treble and bass knobs let me create simple “mixes” on the fly, which I thought sounded awesome. The smaller 45 rpm singles were my main source of entertainment, which I eagerly used my allowance on every few weeks at the old Montgomery Ward on University Avenue. Full-size LPs were an expensive luxury, so I only got those a few times a year as gifts (Donna Summer’s On the Radio and Eagles Live were two favorites).

I remember numbering my 45s and hanging them on nails in my closet. One of the early single digit platters was America’s A Horse with No Name, which I loved to mix because it started off so quietly. Played the heck out of that one. When I bought my first bird, Ken the cockatiel, we had a silly inside joke about changing the lyrics to “I’ve been through the desert on a chicken named Ken.”

Good times.

My parents owned History, America’s Greatest Hits on vinyl, so I learned about all of their other songs: Sister Golden Hair, Ventura Highway, I Need You, Sandman, Tin Man and, one that spoke to me as a personal anthem, Lonely People. Never had seen them live, but that changed last Friday at 7:30pm, when Colleen and I drove up to Grand Casino Hinckley.

Wasn’t really sure what to expect, since one of the original three members, Dan Peek, died in 2011. The two surviving members, Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley, were joined by the former touring bassist from Three Dog Night (Richard Campbell), the former drummer from ska band Reel Big Fish (Ryland Steen) and a talented young guitarist named Bill Worrell, who is the son of their sound engineer (Bill’s LinkedIn profile here).

The show had no opener and started right on time with an interesting video collage of vintage photos and videos of their 45+ year career. This was my first show in the ballroom at Hinckley and I didn’t really like it much – the seats were too close together, row 13 seemed really far away from the stage and we couldn’t see behind the tall people in front of us. They also didn’t have the guitars or the lead vocals connected for the first 15-20 seconds of the opening song, which was a bummer.

The biggest letdown, though, were the voices of Dewey and Gerry. The former sounded fine (but would lose power halfway through each song), while the latter just sounded weird (one reviewer said it sounded like a sick chipmunk). Apparently all three original members wrote songs and whoever wrote the song would sing lead. That meant the Dan Peek songs were basically covers (Don’t Cross the River, Lonely People, Woman Tonight) and all of the Beckley songs were weird (I Need You, Sister Golden Hair, Daisy Jane). I thought Sandman and Ventura Highway sounded the best overall and had high hopes for the closing song (which I learned was originally called Desert Song). Dewey was pretty much out of juice by that point of the night, though.

They did have some good between-song banter and it was fun to hear stories about George Martin becoming their producer after the first three albums. Seemed really strange they didn’t have any merch to sell – we heard several people in the crowd wanting to buy stuff.

We stopped for a late dinner afterwards at Grand Grill Americana, which surprisingly had a very short post-concert line. Colleen had a dinner salad and the fish fry, while I had a cup of Marge’s wild rice soup (which had yucky mushrooms) and the Nueske’s® bacon chicken sandwich with fresh-cut chips. I’ve been mostly happy with the food at this restaurant, but the service always seems to be slow. This night had the added frustration of several manager type people just standing around talking to each other and not doing anything to improve service delivery.

After spending a lot more time at Mystic Lake since I’ve been back in the Twin Cities, I have to say I now prefer them in every area: better players club benefits, much better food, better entertainment venues, no comparison between golf courses, nicer hotel rooms and a better gaming floor. We did hit a butterfly progressive on Black Orchid, but I find it harder and harder to justify an hour and 15 minute drive that way (sorry, Mel). The new bar was nice looking, but I just don’t drink those craft beers…

Next casino show: Foreigner at Mystic on 4/9

Five flutterbys (x2) = $87.77

Posted Saturday, March 26th, 2016 01:35 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 1:35 AM

Black Orchard @ Grand Casino Hinckley 

Five hookers = $110

Posted Thursday, March 17th, 2016 08:34 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Holidays at 8:34 PM

The luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day – Mystic Lake

Kinda small “major” jackpot

Posted Sunday, February 28th, 2016 01:14 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 1:14 AM

…but I’ll take it any day.

Fusion Noodle Bar FTW

Posted Saturday, February 27th, 2016 08:48 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 8:48 PM

Still one of my favorite spots @ Mystic Lake

This game

Posted Sunday, February 21st, 2016 01:13 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 1:13 AM

So. Much. Fun.

Five Dudes = $52

Posted Thursday, February 18th, 2016 07:37 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 7:37 AM

Fun times with Black Orchid


Posted Thursday, February 18th, 2016 07:23 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 7:23 AM

A petite filet and au gratin @ Mystic Steakhouse

Hey, Sugar!

Posted Thursday, February 18th, 2016 07:22 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Family,Holidays at 7:22 AM

SK celebrating her new-found ability to play casino games in Minnesota

This game is bae

Posted Sunday, February 14th, 2016 12:22 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 12:22 PM

Keepin’ It Hot 4 Eva

2015 G2E in Las Vegas

Posted Thursday, February 4th, 2016 12:41 am GMT -5 in Business,Casinos,Food,Friends,Travel,Work at 12:41 AM

Last week I had two different people ask me if I missed the casino world. After some inner reflection, I realized I do a little bit – it’s an exciting industry filled with a lot of great people. I still enjoy visiting places like Mystic Lake and figuring out which machines are new, how they change floor layouts, what types of promotions they run to attract more business and other aspects of the operation (which I still feel is one of the best around).

This also made me realize that I never wrote up a trip summary from last fall’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas, held way back on September 28 – October 1 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. I hadn’t planned to attend this event originally, so my hotel choices were a bit limited and I ended up at the newly branded LINQ (formerly the Imperial Palace). While the location is great, I don’t think I’ll be going back there again. Nothing majorly horrible – I just prefer other resorts.

G2E is a huge show and I was lucky enough to attend five times during my casino career. The same companies and people are usually present every year and you have the added benefit of the Vegas Strip as a backdrop. This usually leads to a number of great (free) parties and the 2015 edition was no different. This time I held back a little on the drinking side of things, but was excited to finally see the inside of Tao, Lavo and Omnia. It was also great fun to spend time with Vanessa, Jason, Ryan, Peter, Shannon, Mike, Jenn and EJ. Hope to see all of them again at some point.

On the business side of things, I love evaluating new slot machines. As you can see in the photo gallery after the jump, licensed theme games continue to be extremely popular. My favorite new titles were The Simpsons, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey and Cirque du Soleil Kooza (a natural for Vegas slot floors if there ever was one). Games I felt were duds include Caddyshack (dislike 3×3 reel games), Frogger (complete waste of a license, poor gameplay, major let down from normally strong Konami) and Space Invaders (skill-based arcade games will only work when you have controls as good as the originals, IMO).

A few other items I remember from the show floor include seeing Pitbull promote his new Playboy slot machine (along with multiple Bunnies), a James Bond-themed welcome party and the Ultimate Chef Showdown judged by Cake Boss Buddy Valastro and Gavin Kaysen’s mentor, Daniel Boulud. I also had an interesting discussion at the MICROS booth (now owned by Oracle). Turns out I’m not the only one who feels the merger has basically destroyed what was once a solid, reliable business partner.

Speaking of food, I had quite a long list of Vegas restaurants I wanted to visit. I was hoping to hit db Brasserie at the Venetian right away, but they were “out of food” by the end of lunch that day. Spots that were open: Hash House A Go Go at the LINQ, Giada at the Cromwell, Bouchon at the Venetian and Yusho at the Monte Carlo. All were wonderful.

Ended up taking a red-eye home, so I had a lot of time to walk around various properties on the last day of the trip. I hiked over to New York, New York to get a glimpse of the new arena being built by MGM and AEG (now called T-Mobile Arena). The new hole in CityCenter where The Harmon used to stand was a bit dramatic. I also stopped in at the Bellagio Gallery of Art and took in the Picasso – Creatures and Creativity exhibition (for free, thanks to MyVegas).

Perhaps this post was best left unwritten, as now I just want to go back again…

All it takes to get me there

Posted Sunday, January 31st, 2016 08:59 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food,Holidays at 8:59 PM

Free birthday buffet @ Treasure Island Minnesota

Our cruise director tonight

Posted Saturday, January 16th, 2016 08:26 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Pop Culture,Television at 8:26 PM

Lauren Tewes (aka Julie McCoy from The Love Boat) @ Mystic Lake

BĂ–C at Mystic Lake

Posted Thursday, December 31st, 2015 03:50 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Concerts,Music at 3:50 PM

Where can you find Terri Traen from KQRS, Officer Frank Poncherello, Miss Illinois and Buck Dharma (and the rest of Blue Ă–yster Cult) on one stage, for free? Why, that would be the Second Annual Northern Thunder Motorcycle Rally at Mystic Lake, of course. The three day event was held August 21-23 in Prior Lake and also included a free outdoor concert by The Fabulous Thunderbirds on Friday night.

The BĂ–C show was scheduled to be outdoors too, but was moved inside to the 2100-seat Mystic Showroom when thunderstorms threatened. It was first-come, first-serve for seating and we ended up in the second row. These guys were entertaining when they played the tent at Fortune Bay and didn’t disappoint at Mystic either. The set wasn’t super long, but all of the hits were played, including (Don’t Fear) The Reaper, Godzilla, and Burnin’ for You.

We also learned all about the hook-and-cross symbol, as a few lucky souls got to purchase some really cool shirts with the design (they must have had extremely limited stock, as they were sold out almost right away). There was also a fight in the front row between some older, hard-core fans and a younger couple who thought it would be cool to stand in front on the other group and shoot video on their phone. Canes were used as weapons and the whole group was tossed by security. Good times.

More pics after the jump.

The progressives really do hit

Posted Thursday, December 31st, 2015 02:17 pm GMT -5 in Casinos at 2:17 PM

First time that ever happened

The decline and fall…

Posted Friday, December 4th, 2015 12:39 am GMT -5 in Business,Casinos,Links at 12:39 AM

Black Friday Bingo

Posted Saturday, November 28th, 2015 12:58 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Holidays at 12:58 PM

Mystic Lake, Minnesota 

The Minnehaha Club

Posted Friday, November 27th, 2015 12:28 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 12:28 PM

Pre-bingo lunch on Black Friday

Is tonight the night?

Posted Sunday, November 15th, 2015 08:14 pm GMT -5 in Cars,Casinos at 8:14 PM

TBD – Update: Nope

Thumbs up on Tradewinds

Posted Friday, November 13th, 2015 08:28 pm GMT -5 in Casinos,Food at 8:28 PM

Pretty room, high food quality (tons of calories)

The plan for tonight 

Posted Friday, November 13th, 2015 06:42 am GMT -5 in Casinos at 6:42 AM

Book of Treasures + free play @ Treasure Island

So long, and thanks for all the fish

Posted Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 10:46 am GMT -5 in Casinos,Personal,Work at 10:46 AM

It’s been a blast, Fortune Bay

Steve Wynn

Posted Friday, October 16th, 2015 10:39 am GMT -5 in Business,Casinos,Quotes at 10:39 AM

…the reason that these extraordinary non-gaming attractions exist is because the damn casino is the cash register…


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