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Fox rolls dice with Casino
As reported by The Sun-Sentinel
the business drama of The Restaurant or The Apprentice,
mix in the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, and you have
The Casino, which Fox hopes will be its next reality hit
(even without snarky British judges or plastic surgery).
tonight, reality-television titan Mark Burnett (the man
behind the above shows, and, of course, Survivor) and
his team -- co-executive producers Jamie Bruce and Conrad
Riggs, and supervising producer Kevin Harris -- throw
open the doors of the Golden
Nugget Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas, right
next to the Fremont Street Experience, to show what happens
when a couple of Internet millionaires decide to gamble
it all in Sin City.
13 episodes, The Casino follows Tim Poster and Tom Breitling,
who founded Travelscape.com then sold it to Expedia, pocketing
millions -- as they take over the Nugget, along with a
sister property in Laughlin, Nev. Their dream is to reproduce
the classic Vegas experience.
almost an oasis in the middle of downtown," Bruce
says of the Golden
Nugget. "It's a very upscale hotel, but it's
a gaming hall more than a casino. It doesn't have the
shopping mall. It's a real gambling haven. Tim and Tom
are upgrading it. They want to be the force behind invigorating
24-7, with about 3,000 employees, the Nugget is a world
unto itself, but unlike The Restaurant, the employees
and owners don't provide all the drama.
drama is in the guests," Bruce says, "and in
the casino. Some people, on television, have lost a couple
hundred thousand of their own money.
the beginning of the show, I was very worried. I was saying,
`I hope the guests are going to come and be into it.'
I quickly realized that, A, people who come to Vegas want
to have fun; and, B, people want to be on TV. The combination
of those two is explosive."