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The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is a 34-story, 638-room hotel and casino in Downtown Las Vegas, owned and operated by Derek and Greg Stevens. The hotel is affiliated with Lexington by Vantage. The D is located at the eastern end of the Fremont Street Experience. It has a 42000sqft casino, several restaurants, a business center, a pool and spa, and a race and sports book, operated by Lucky's Race & Sports Book. The casino now has more than 1,000 slot machines and 22 table games located on two floors. As Fitzgeralds, it had a "luck of the Irish" theme, with shamrocks and a leprechaun. In Fall 2012, The D completed a property-wide renovation and rebranding to replace the Irish theme with a more modern feel. History The Sundance Hotel opened in 1980 on land owned by Moe Dalitz. Dalitz, an organized crime figure tied to the Chicago Outfit, faced difficulty from the Gaming Commission, so the casino was nominally run by his associates, Al Sachs and Herb Tobman, who also owned the Stardust and Fremont casinos. In 1983, Sachs and Tobman faced suspension of their gaming licenses due to charges of skimming. Dalitz applied to manage the Sundance himself, but the Gaming Commission stalled on his application, until July 1984, when he agreed to surrender management to Jackie Gaughan until the casino could be sold. Finally, in 1987, the Sundance was sold to Lincoln Management Group (later Fitzgeralds Gaming) and renamed as Fitzgeralds Las Vegas.
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The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel
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