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gamester

a person who habitually plays games for money; gambler
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Gamester said the crew changed three springs and lowered the car, the same one he ran last year, between qualifying and the main event to help him win.
Cath Gamester, the subject of a documentary by her grandson Ian
Peter Gamester, chairman of trustees of the Lehman Brothers Pension Scheme, said: "Since the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008, the trustees have been striving to secure the pension benefits promised to members of the scheme.
Nathan Gamester, programme director of the Prosperity Index, said: "The UK is among the most prosperous countries in the world.
Head of Enterprise at Blackburne House, Paula Gamester, says: "The women have been through a lot and overcome challenges, and participating in the fashion show is a big deal for them and a real confidence booster.
During the court hearings it was revealed that Dizaei also had affairs with other women, including WPC Sonia Campbell - the partner of a leading member of the National Black Police Association - and Nasrine Gamester, who he met at a gym in Kensington.
Russ Gamester, who won last year's Irwindale race, defending series champion Kasey Kahne, Dave Darland, Dave Steele, Tracy Hines, Jack Hewitt, Jay Drake, Brad Noffsinger and former World of Outlaws champion Tyler Walker are also entered.
It had already bought an 80% share in another German concern, gamester and multimedia developer Reakktor Media GmbH of Hannover, at the beginning of the month.
George Gamester is city columnist for the Toronto Star.
Radica's vibro-tactile products are sold under the Gamester brand and include game controllers and other peripherals and accessories for dedicated gaming consoles such as the Sony PlayStation and PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube.
SUCCESS: Maureen Fazal, left, and colleague Paula Gamester of the Sewing Rooms in Skelmersdale Picture: MIKE POLOWAY/UNP
My family bred and trained racehorses here in the 18th and 19th centuries and even won the St Leger at Doncaster in 1859 with a horse called Gamester.