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The Enforcer: Spilotro--The Chicago Mob's Man Over Las Vegas
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Over the first forty years of legalized gaming in Nevada, the Mob stole every profitable casino they wanted in Las Vegas , usually without even drawing a gun! The casinos, the city, even Nevada itself was made for the very things the Mob stood for: greed, gambling , and prostitution. A perfect fit. They didn't rush because their own clubs in Kentucky, Arkansas, Ohio, Florida and New York were bigger and more profitable than anything found in Nevada. Chicago alone had more gaming action and profits than all the little clubs in Nevada could produce. Still, Reno offered something else the Mob liked: sanctuary.
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Spilotro grew increasingly resentful of the scut work he had to perform as an errand boy for the mob, like arranging for Gregory Peck's secretary to be given free accommodations at the Stardust? Rosenthal whose occupation in Las Vegas was to keep an eye on the Chicago mob's gambling interests and to steal every known jewel collection in the city. Chicago alone had more gaming action and profits than all the little clubs in Nevada could produce.