Table Games Dealers typically work in casinos. They handle gaming tables with board games and other luck games like craps and roulette. This is mostly a customer-facing role, which needs a high degree of specificity on potential deception and trickery. Though table game dealers require a bit of experience with their games' rules, many casinos offer thorough training themselves and favor candidates with good leadership skills, versatility, agility, and the ability to work on long shifts, especially on the weekend evenings.
You must typically have at least a high school diploma or GED and some experience in a customer service setting for this role. Nonetheless, experienced dealers may also attend gaming school later in their careers to gain additional training in another game. Additionally, you might also need a license from their state's gaming authority.