Croupier

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Croupiers, sometimes called dealers, are responsible for overseeing gambling activities at a casino. Beyond dealing cards, a croupier's role is to oversee the conduct of games, especially in the distribution of bets and payouts. Croupiers are typically licensed by the gaming commission and are employed by casinos.

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