croupier


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croupier

a person who deals cards, collects bets, etc., at a gaming table
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Alea bosses confirmed to the Record that the croupier - who we are not naming - was "in collusion" with the player when police were called to the Springfield Quay casino on Thursday night.
So what's it like being a croupier? Paul, from Allerton, began his career as a croupier in 1982 after spotting an advert in the ECHO and he's worked at the casino since it was Stanley's, based inside the Adelphi hotel.
A FORMER Tyneside student who once earned extra money for his Newcastle University studies as a croupier has now been unveiled as the international managing director for online bingo giant Tombola.
(1) At one of the tables on the right of the croupier sat the old man whom he had seen pass in the Mercedes.
Birmingham Magistrates' Court heard that unemployed casino cheat Adam Williams was an opportunist who placed his bet after the table had closed and when the croupier wrongly turned his back.
Nightly, at three, the weight of his croupier feet rakes across the tiled floor above us, the heavy tread dragging from room to room.
THE latest recruits of a croupier training course have now secured graduate roles at the North East's largest casino.
Summary: He has played all manner of parts, from cad to croupier, but Clive Owen's latest role is far more sobering in The Boys Are Back.
Amanda Evans and Sally Chong have pooled more than 30 years of casino experience to deliver industrystandard croupier training with assistance from business support organisation, Waves Enterprise.
A LAS Vegas croupier raped by Phillip Garrido told last night of her delight that he is behind bars again.
Clive Owen (right) is on charismatic form as a struggling writer who takes a job as a croupier in a casino to make ends meet.