croupier croupier


  • (n) someone who collects and pays bets at a gaming table


  1. To protect their tender fundaments, Monte Carlo croupiers sit on soft leather doughnuts, as experience has shown that this shape of cushion is best for the work.
  2. If these were poker chips, you could say the croupier has arbitrarily decided to value bondholders' chips at 37 cents apiece and the UAW's VEBA chips at $3.
  3. The croupier scooped up the chips, paid 50 to 1 on straight bets on the jack.


  • Best of the Best: Top Croupiers in Australasia Will Compete at SKYCITY Auckland

    Executives with SKYCITY Auckland have announced that 21 of Australasia's most renowned croupiers will compete for the ultimate title of Top Croupier in New Zealand's first ever Australasian Croupier Championship to be held later this month. (PRWeb October 10, 2013) Read the full story at
    on October 10, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  • Dad-of-two Grant said: "I went off to be a policeman and Moray joined cruise ships as a croupier in the casinos."
    on Feb 14, 2009 By: Grant Stott Source: Glasgow Sunday Mail

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