Running Scared: The Life and Treacherous Times of Las Vegas Casino King Steve Wynn - Epilogue, Postscript Summary & Analysis

John L. Smith
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Epilogue, Postscript Summary and Analysis

Epilogue: Running Strong into the Future

In 1994, Wynn made an announcement. He would build a new luxury resort, Beau Rivage, which he promised would be the most extravagant hotel on earth. It was claimed that Beau Rivage was going to be so magnificent that it would make the opulent Golden Nugget look like a service station. Beau Rivage would be renamed as the Bellagio.

Wynn's accomplishments are recapped by many industry bigwigs. The general consensus seems to be that Wynn was an arrogant, ill tempered man with a massive ego. Yet no one faulted Wynn's business sense and still-growing empire. Wynn would always face potential defeat. The Scotland Yard report often resurfaced. There were many investigations of which Wynn always escaped relatively unscathed. When possible, Wynn turned a bad situation into an opportunity.

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