wagerer


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Synonyms for wagerer

someone who bets

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In the fourth quarter, the number of weekly unique wagerers increased 7%; however, due to economic pressures, the average handle per unique weekly wagerer decreased 7% versus the prior-year quarter.
We worked hard to devise a game structure that would warmly welcome the novice wagerer, but wouldn't slow down the pros.
We then studied a few specific cases to see whether computer-assisted bettors, small wagerers or the house came out on top.
The trio are joined by a stranded, bickering couple (Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez) who seem sufficiently indistinct to be an easy bet for first-casualty wagerers.
Like the shy Akhal-Teke, Turkmenistan comes from behind and surges ahead on the race tracks, captivating the world audience, especially the main wagerers - Russian, European, Chinese and the ubiquitous Americans.
ARCADIA -- Track president Ron Charles would like nothing better than to see live racing at Santa Anita resume Friday, rather than the sight of simulcast wagerers pouring over data for off-track action.
Adjusted gross receipts are defined as "gross receipts less winnings paid to wagerers.