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someone who collects and pays bets at a gaming table

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The first, under the vocational training arm of Intercollege, offers training for those who want to work as slot technicians, slot attendants, casino dealers and casino surveillance.
20, drew 21 participants, including health care workers, social workers, and even trainers for casino dealers.
Being contacted by the Sands while he was studying at the government-funded Macao Tourism and Casino Career Center to become a casino dealer, he joined the company in November 2004 after he graduated.
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Elementary school teachers could easily make more money as casino dealers.
Gaming occupations, including casino dealers and gaming supervisors, had slightly over 20 percent of total casino employment in Nevada.
The DB Dealer is a round, high-quality plastic device that is the size of a standard casino dealer button (a little larger than a poker chip).
Casino dealer Miss Sharon Smith, aged 28, was killed just hours after telephoning her mother to say she was coming home soon for a holiday after six months at sea.
And Yasmine must be good - because one of the guys she beat at her table was Cork-born Patrick Joseph Brennan, a casino dealer in Las Vegas.
Earlier in his career, he was a casino dealer for eight years.
May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- 3zilla, LLC announced today the introduction of the first of-its-kind Texas Hold Em patent pending original invention for the poker tournament arena -- the ButtonTimer(TM), an authentic casino dealer button with an integrated timer.
It offers associates degrees in courses ranging from nursing, surgical technology, dental hygiene, casino dealer training and heavy duty equipment repair technology.
Over 300 hundred people recently graduated from the Majestic Star Casino dealer training program at IvyTech College in Gary, Indiana.
They will be offering approximately 50 positions that range from casino dealers to slot machine technicians (See list below).
6 percent of casino dealers feel the same way, according to PayScale.