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Did Sam Rothstein manage any other casinos besides Tangiers? Unlike the portrayal in the movie Casino where Sam "Ace" Rothstein (Robert De Niro) runs only.


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The Frank Rosenthal Show (1979 disco episode)

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Sam “Ace” Rothstein (Robert De Niro) was inspired by real-life mobster Frank “​Lefty” Rosenthal. Rosenthal was a casino mogul who ran four casinos for the.


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Sam “Ace” Rothstein is based on Frank Rosenthal, Ginger McKenna is based on Geri McGee, Nicky Santoro is based on Anthony Spilotro and.


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Sam Rosenthal, who operated gaming at the Stardust casino in the s and had organized crime affiliations, exploited the new laws to industry advantage.


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He moved to Las Vegas in , after being implicated in bombings during the infamous Miami "bookie wars". He soon took his children and left Las Vegas, first for California and then to Florida, where he managed his nephew's bar and grill and, later, ran a profitable internet betting site. He studied the business like any other, but had an innate talent for setting odds that both attracted bets and protected bookies. Meanwhile, he fell out with Spilotro, who had begun an affair with McGee, and whose role in skimming large amounts of untraceable casino cash from the mob's own skim had been revealed. But his greatest achievement may have been simply surviving into old age. In , called to testify before a congressional committee, he invoked his fifth amendment protection against self-incrimination 38 times - including when asked if he was left-handed, thus earning his nickname. Soon afterwards, Rosenthal left Las Vegas for good. Most popular.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Spilotro was also engineering jewellery heists from casino hotels, further irritating the city's powers-that-be. In reality he was running all four casinos, but without a licence, and in the Nevada state gaming commission deemed him unsuitable. The following year he was convicted in North Carolina of trying to bribe college basketball players to "shave" points, and win by less than the bookie's published spread. He was an awful human being. A month later, McGee was found dead in a Los Angeles motel, of an overdose of alcohol and drugs. When Casino appeared, Rosenthal was quoted as saying, "I'm not Bob [De Niro] and he's not Frank," but in a interview he conceded that the film was "almost totally accurate I raped the strip's casinos. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal, who has died of a heart attack aged 79, was a Las Vegas legend, a pioneer who brought sports bookmaking into US casinos as a legitimate business, at least by Vegas standards, who introduced female blackjack dealers and immediately doubled business at the tables, and who was the inspiration for the "Ace Rothstein" character played by Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese's film Casino. In , reportedly as a result of his wife's nagging, Rosenthal took a job as floor manager at the Stardust hotel, and soon had an executive position with the company, reputedly a mob front, that owned that casino and three others. Topics US news. Or Spilotro himself might have felt his former pal had sold him out. He presented a television talk show sponsored by the Stardust; his first guest was, perhaps not surprisingly, Frank Sinatra. Reuse this content. Rosenthal owed that good fortune partly to his instincts and partly to a design flaw in the Cadillac Eldorado. His nickname referred to his stature, which is why Joe Pesci was cast in his role, renamed "Nicky Santoro", in the Casino film. This has been corrected. Rosenthal was born in Chicago, the spiritual home of US gangsters and sports fixers. One former federal prosecutor told a Las Vegas paper that "you should never speak ill of the dead, but Lefty Rosenthal is one of the exceptions. The question of who tried to blow up Rosenthal remains unanswered. Although he won an appeal to a friendly judge, the battle continued until finally, in , he was placed in the "black book" which bars gamblers from casinos. Rosenthal claimed it was due to his association with Spilotro - "once they discovered we were childhood friends there was no way to overcome it" - but his own role in the skim might be a better reason. He was not, as we suggested in the article above, referring to Frank Sinatra. As a teenager he was already setting odds for bookmakers, whose illegal business was controlled by the mob. He was also actively involved in fixing the outcomes of sporting events, and established a reputation for ruthlessly protecting his, and his employers', interests. On October 4 , a bomb exploded in his car as Rosenthal left Tony Roma's Las Vegas steakhouse with a bag of spare ribs for his children. Only a metal plate placed under the driver's seat to correct the car's imbalance saved his life. Goodman may have understated the case.