Michael D. Rumbolz

Rumbolz, Michael D.

MICHAEL D. RUMBOLZ is President and Chief Executive Officer of Anchor
Gaming, a diversified gaming company that concentrates on the operation
of gaming machines. Prior to joining Anchor, Mr. Rumbolz was Director of
Corporate Development for Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc. In December
1993, Mr. Rumbolz was the first President and Managing Director of
Windsor Casino Limited, a consortium company owned by Hilton Hotel
Corporation, Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc. and Caesars World. He was
Chief Operating Officer for the development, construction and operation
of the temporary casino in Windsor, Ontario. He was appointed Chief
Deputy Attorney General for Nevada in 1983. He was the senior attorney
for the Nevada regulatory system charged with the administration and
management of the Attorney General’s offices in Las Vegas and Carson
City. In 1985, he was appointed by the governor of Nevada to the Nevada
State Gaming Control Board as the member in charge of Enforcement and
Special Investigations Divisions. He served as Chairman of the Nevada
Gaming Control Board and Executive Director for the agency from June
1987 through December of 1988. He was named President of Trump-Nevada in
February 1989. Mr. Rumbolz moved to Atlantic City, NJ as part of the
executive team to open Trump Taj Mahal in April 1990. He was later named
Executive Vice President of Trump Castle, until 1992. Mr. Rumbolz
received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with honors from the
University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and then went on to the University of
Southern California, Gould School of Law where he graduated in 1980.
After earning his Law Degree, he was in private law practice for several