UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Beneath the shimmering hotel tower inspired by the shape of quartz crystals, past Michael Jordan’s steakhouse, the Tiffany jeweler and the beckoning slot machines that churn dollars by the millions, all day, every day, the chief executive of Mohegan Sun is at work in what ought to be a closet.
The homely space may be the worst executive office anywhere in the money-soaked gambling industry.
From this office, Mitchell Etess is overseeing Mohegan’s Revere casino bid, an eleventh-hour entrant into the competitive Boston-area casino license sweepstakes. He faces a year-end deadline to complete a colossal task: submit plans to replicate in Revere the experience of visiting Mohegan Sun, a place that cannot be replicated. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.