Each die owner decides where that die goes. Dice must go back into squares where that color die came from, but the order of placement is up to the owner of the dice. You may not put a die into a square which did not contain a die before.
FAQ for one Certain Game
All the dice in a casino must be rolled (and paid for) in a reorganization. You cannot decide to roll some dice and not others.
No. A roll-off is not reorganization. The active player can still choose to reorganize that die, if no other dice in the casino have been reorganized that turn.
No. Score and pay out for the Strip casinos and parking lots, and the game immediately ends.
Draw-and-replace until both of your cards are non-F-block cards. Place the F cards on the display with no other effect.
The example of laying off half a bet has the rules "The Red Player is the boss of a 3-tile Casino. On Yellow's turn, he goes to Red's Casino and wagers $4 (maximum is $15). Yellow decides not to lay off half the bet." That should say "Red decides not to lay off half the bet."
Casino tiles join if they are the same color and share a common edge. Casinos do not join across the streets.
No. If it was a six-point casino before, it's still a 6-point casino.
Each die may only be reorganized once per turn. Since all dice in a casino must be rerolled during a reorganization action, if any dice in the casino have already been reorganized on the turn, the entire casino may not be reorganized on that turn.
In any order you like, with as many of each action as you like (except for limited actions like reorganize and gambling). Note: The rules say, "You may do the following on your turn in order to manage your properties." The words "in order" are not meant to imply a sequence.