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a gambler who accepts and pays off bets (especially on horse races)

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The PSL was hit by a major spot-fixing scandal last year when Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and others were approached by bookies but failed to report those advances, leading to bans of varying lengths for several of them.
Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan were banned for failing to report the advances made by bookies.
These bookies were attempting to contact players via social media websites.
The bookie came up to the captain, who first thought he was a fan requesting for a selfie.
Graduates love the perks that an online bookie offers: flexibility, independence, personal fulfillment, and the financial benefits a bookie receives.
But the one big difference between the banks and the bookies is when our bet goes bad we lose our cash, when the bank loses they win because we cover their losses.
GONE are the days when bookies earned in crores of rupees during the season of Indian Premier League ( IPL) over phone.
Following their arrest, another bookie Manan Bhatt from the state was also arrested.
The free viewing areas opposite the track have for years been a loosely organised Derby meeting haven for bookies, where they could bet for a small fee and positions were determined by seniority.
I asked my uncle George what it was all about, and the next day he told me that the bloke who had given me the betting slip had been trying to fiddle the bookie.
BOOKIE MANIA[TM] is a non-gambling social betting game, and is not constrained by the rules and regulations that govern the betting market that falls within gambling.
It's premium bookie software provides powerful agent tools to monitor your book and maximize your profits.
Importantly, ED sleuths have found a Pakistan- based bookie involved in the entire scam.
The ICC, headed by Srinivasan on Sunday has written a letter to BCCI, drawing their attention to Thakur socialising with a well known bookie.
Yet has anyone ever considered this: Why would a bookie in Malaysia, say, take a big-money bet from a punter in Kuala Lumpur who reckons that the Camberwick Green left-back is going to get a yellow card in their Ryman League match against Chigley in front of 150 men and a dog?