I instead read a mixed bunch of stories that seemed to have very little order.
Fact: the son of a Bino Hall operator rises up to be one of the worlds leading casino developers and owners through some very shady associations.
Unfortunately, it is very poorly written, lacking organization, and even more lacking in factual citations.
Steve Wyann is quite a character, but knows more about the gaming business then anybody on the planet. A business genius.Published 5 months ago by ARTHUR SIEGEL
This book digs up the "dirt" on Steve Wynn. It tells the story as a historical documentary. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elliot Sommer
I READ IT YEARS AGO....BOUGHT THIS COPY FOR A PAL -- WHAT AN AMAZING STORY !
Good or bad it's easy to tell that the author dosnt care much for Winn. Would rather read the facts without the bias.Published 10 months ago by Charles
I only know Steve Wynn from videos, taxi cabs in Vegas and one time I was fortunate to run into him in Macau at the Wynn. Read morePublished 13 months ago by mickbaker
John L. Smith has become of the voice of the backstory, underground Las Vegas. Melding knowledge of the financial background, as well as the people who have shaped this unique... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pugwash
Steve Wynn has built quite an empire, but is it all his? This an interesting look at how he got there.Published 15 months ago by Ken Waddell
Book was good, not sure how much of a personal spin the writer puts on it. But I like Wynn and enjoyed it.Published 17 months ago by H. Jack Miller
We go to Vegas a lot. I enjoy reading almost everything to do with Vegas. So a book about Steve Wynn seemed to be a perfect fit. The problem is too much info too soon. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sharon Stump