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someone who collects and pays bets at a gaming table

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"Egyptian Billy always sits at a particular seat in relation to the croupier, which in itself should have rung some kind of alarm bells.
Dawn Stout, 46, from West Derby, has worked as a Genting croupier for 15 years.
Manchester-born Mr Chisholm, who will be based in the company's Gibraltar office, moved to Newcastle to study and earned extra money by working as a croupier at a Tyneside casino.
(10) Faites vos jeux messieurs' the croupiers cried faites vos jeux.' (Greene 1963: 91-92)
CCTV footage of the incident was studied, which led to the croupier being sacked for turning his back on the wheel and Williams being arrested.
Since Aspers opened its doors at The Gate in Newcastle in 2005, almost 250 people have passed its croupier course, which is run entirely in-house under the guidance of head of gaming Alan Barnes.
Amanda Evans and Sally Chong with croupier trainee Elizabeth Horridge
Elaine said: "Before joining Pertemps Employment Alliance I enjoyed a 12-year career as a croupier, beginning in the Playboy club.
ASHLEY MURPHY moved to London when she was 17 and became a casino croupier.
But the rush of gambling spills over onto the croupier, and he finds himself drawn into the edgy, addicted lives of his night-crawling clients, forcing him to choose between two very different lives.
Croupier was the smash hit movie that shot British actor Clive Owen to fame in America - and sparked a flood of interest in the profession.
Anderson's Hard Eight (1997), Mike Hodges's Croupier (1998) and Richard Kwietniowski's Owning Mahowny (2003) are all fascinated by the world of casinos, racetracks, pool halls and backroom card games.
success of "Croupier" breathed life into the careers of director Mike Hodges and star Clive Owen.