croupier

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croupier

a person who deals cards, collects bets, etc., at a gaming table
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The 50-year-old trainer for casino dealers said he can share what he learned in the course with his students preparing to work in the casinos.
Pay for casino dealers jumped 30 percent from last year, while that for other jobs hardly budged, which has made casino dealers much richer than other workers, according to Antonio Ng Kuok Cheong, deputy of the Legislative Assembly.
Casino dealers and slot attendants are the primary gaming occupations associated with table games and slots, respectively.
Chicago Cubs players such as Kerry Wood, Alfonso Soriano, and front office executives including Theo Epstein, Coach Dale Sveum and more served as Casino dealers throughout the evening.
Two bored casino dealers are waiting at the crap table.
Las Vegas resorts employ workers in a number of occupations including chefs, musicians, clerks, parking attendants, security staff, repair workers, bartenders, casino dealers, and housekeepers.
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The event, to benefit Preservation Worcester, will feature local luminaries serving as casino dealers in the theater lobby before and after a performance of "The Rat Pack is Back," a singing, wisecracking nightclub quartet in which actors evoke Las Vegas' four favorite sons: Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr.
As to faculty, some wanted only to observe, while others played casino dealers, informants, suspects and postmasters.
The IRS conceded that approximately 45% of employees, including food-service workers and some casino dealers, received meals qualifying for exclusion under Sec.