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Working As A Table Games Dealer

  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Getting Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Repetitive

  • $19,000

    Average Salary

What Does A Table Games Dealer Do At Penn National Gaming

* Follow game procedures when dealing any variation of table games including, but not limited to, Blackjack (including variations), Craps, Roulette, or Carnival games.
* Provide prompt, courteous and accurate dealing at assigned table(s).
* Adhere to all company and departmental policies and procedures and state regulations as it relates to this position.
* Perform accurate chip and cash transactions.
* Receive wagers from customers and pays the appropriate game outcomes.
* Maintain game security and protects company assets at all times.
* Assists customers in understanding the rules and ensures adherence to established policies and procedures.
* Enthusiastically support, actively promotes and demonstrates superior customer service in accordance with department and company standards and programs.
* To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set

What Does A Table Games Dealer Do At Affinity Gaming

* Deals live games with efficiency and professionalism while providing great guest service.
* Exchanges paper currency for playing chips.
* Pays winning bets and collects losing bets.
* Receives chips to table (fills), verifies amount and places chips on table
* Security and protection of the game.
* Must have thorough knowledge of game procedures and “House Rules” for all applicable games.
* Must maintain a friendly and fun attitude with our guests to ensure they have an enjoyable gaming experience.
* Maintain a steady, comfortable game speed while dealing.
* Check identification for guests appearing to be under the age of 30 years old.
* Promptly report any problems or irregularities to supervisors when on property.
* Other related duties as assigned

What Does A Table Games Dealer Do At Wild Rose Resorts

* Informs the supervisor of any procedural errors
* Complies with all Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission regulations
* Conducts assigned games
* Communicate between all key people
* Keep work area clean
* Must be safety conscious, and adhere to all company rules at all times
* Meets company attendance requirements
* Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent in the execution of games
* Other duties may be assigned as needed
* Use guest service skills
* Must be able to be approved for and maintain a valid gaming license

What Does A Table Games Dealer Do At Black Bear Casino Resort

* Deals Table Games to guests according to the rules of the game being played.
* Provides prompt, courteous, and accurate dealing at assigned table.
* Maintains a continuous inspection of cards, ensuring the security of assigned game at all times.
* Maintains an orderly table as well as an appropriate game speed in a courteous manner.
* Provides customers with assistance to ensure adherence to established rules, policies, and procedures.
* The dealer has signatory ability for fill or credit slips and table trays.
* The dealer has access to the Table Games department.
* The dealer is responsible for all chips and monies in assigned rack.
* Exchanges customer's currency for gaming chips and deposits currency in drop box.
* Determines winning and losing bets.
* Pays wining bets and collects losing bets accurately according to appropriate odds.
* All documentation must be consistently completed in a manner as addressed in the Table Games policies and procedures or directed by the Table Games Manager or his/her designee.
* Knows Players Club benefits, property amenities, events and marketing programs.
* Understands that when errors are made, the Dealer must inform their supervisor prior to taking any corrective actions.
* Department uniform is required and provided to the employee, which must be worn during scheduled work hours unless prior arrangements have been made with management.
* Must attend all mandatory department trainings.
* Must attend all required Title 31 and/or SAR trainings.
* Ensures confidentiality of financial records and all records for employees, band members and/or clients.
* Displays a responsive and professional manner in promptly responding to all requests, complaints, and problems.
* Recognizes that each employee is a representative of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and is responsible for demonstrating courtesy, respect, and sensitivity to the needs of all others, including visitors and co-workers.
* Represents the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the department in a positive and professional manner in the community.
* Required to maintain proper attendance including reporting to work on time in accordance with applicable policies.
* Maintains a clean and organized work area.
* Due to changes and modifications in the job from time to time, employees are required to be flexible and assume other responsibilities assigned by management as deemed necessary

What Does A Table Games Dealer Do At Las Vegas Sands Corp.

* Deals table games assigned, in a proficient and speedy manner to be able to deal between 55 hands or 45 spins per hour.
* Provides courteous service and is cordial to all patrons and team members.
* Shuffles cards in a timely manner, ensuring a thorough mix of cards in compliance with casino standards, as well as controlling the pace of the game.
* Pays and takes winning and losing wagers according to company policy.
* Verifies and signs fills, credits, and associated documents.
* Passes on all pertinent information to relieving dealers and supervisors.
* Issues chips to customers for either cash buy-ins or credit in accordance with company policy.
* Maintains control of shoe, cards, dice and float; always keeping visual contact.
* Informs the table games Floor Supervisor of all irregularities including suspicious guest activity.
* Paces games, taking into account the type of action and ability of players keeping the speed of the game at the most efficient rate possible.
* Verifies accuracy when signing all paperwork.
* Accepts cash buy-ins and performs drop of cash according to company policy.
* Complies with all appropriate Sands policies and procedures and gaming regulations.
* Must be able to handle chips, silver, dice and individual cards, and deal from a shoe or out of hand in a proficient manner.
* For Craps’ Games only, dealer can perform function of Stickperson.
* Properly use equipment, tools or systems to complete assigned tasks and complies with company safety standards.
* Develop a working knowledge of any PGCB rules, regulations and Internal Controls applicable to your position.
* Complete all paperwork in accordance with PGCB and approved Sands’ standards.
* Read and understand the Sands Compulsive and Problem Gambling Plan with regards to how to conduct business in this position and specifically the regulations prohibiting service to minors and/or intoxicated persons.
* Provide superior customer service to all internal and external customers in compliance with the Sands’ Standards of Steel customer service standards.
* Adhere to and complies with both departmental and overall property policies and procedures.
* Perform any other related duties as assigned

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How To Become A Table Games Dealer

Most gaming jobs require a high school diploma or equivalent. Some casinos may require gaming managers to have a college degree. In addition, all gaming services workers must have excellent customer-service skills.


Gaming dealers, gaming supervisors, sports book writers and runners, and slot supervisors typically need a high school diploma or equivalent. Educational requirements for gaming managers, however, differ by casino. Although some casinos may only require a high school diploma or equivalent, others require gaming managers to have a college degree. Those who choose to pursue a degree may study hotel management, hospitality, or accounting in addition to taking formal management classes.


Individual casinos or other gaming establishments have their own training requirements. New gaming dealers may be sent to gaming school for a few weeks to learn a casino game, such as blackjack or craps. These schools teach the rules and procedures of the game, as well as state and local laws and regulations related to the game.

Although gaming school is primarily for new employees, some experienced dealers have to go to gaming school if they want to be trained in a new casino game.

Completing gaming school before being hired may increase a prospective dealer’s chances of being hired, but it does not guarantee a job. Casinos usually audition prospective dealers for open positions to assess their personal qualities.

Gaming and sports book writers and runners usually do not have to go to gaming school. They can be trained by the casino in less than 1 month. The casino teaches them state and local laws and regulations related to the game, as well the particulars of their job, such as keno calling.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Gaming services workers must be licensed by a state regulatory agency, such as a state casino control board or gaming commission. Licensing requirements for supervisory or managerial positions may differ from those for gaming dealers, gaming and sports book writers and runners, and all other gaming workers. However, all applicants for a license must provide photo identification and pay a fee. They must also typically pass an extensive background check and drug test. Failure to pass the background check may prevent candidates from getting a job or a gaming license.

Age requirements also vary by state. For specific licensing requirements, visit the state’s gaming commission website.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Gaming and slot supervisors and gaming managers usually have several years of experience working in a casino. Gaming supervisors often have experience as a dealer or in the customer outreach department of the casino. Slot supervisors usually have experience as a slot technician or slot attendant. Some also may have worked in entry-level marketing or customer-service positions.


Gaming managers are often promoted from positions as slot or gaming supervisors. They also may be moved from a management job in another part of the resort, such as hospitality, after learning about casino operations through an internship or on-the-job training.

Gaming dealers can advance to gaming supervisors and eventually managers. A slot supervisor can also advance to gaming manager.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Gaming services workers must be able to explain the rules of the game to customers and answer any questions they have. Simple misunderstandings can cost a customer a lot of money and damage the reputation of the casino.

Customer-service skills. All gaming jobs involve a lot of interaction with customers. The success or failure of a casino depends on how customers view the casino, making customer service important for all gaming services occupations.

Leadership skills. Gaming managers and supervisors oversee other gaming services workers and must be able to guide them in doing their jobs and developing their skills.

Math skills. Because they deal with large amounts of money, many casino workers must be good at math.

Organizational skills. Gaming managers and supervisors must be well organized to handle administrative and other tasks required in overseeing gaming services workers.

Patience. All gaming services workers have to be able to keep their composure when they handle a customer who becomes upset or breaks a rule. They also must be patient in dealing with equipment failure of malfunction.

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Table Games Dealer Demographics


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  • White

  • Hispanic or Latino

  • Asian

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  • Black or African American

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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

  • Cantonese

  • Chinese

  • Vietnamese

  • German

  • Mandarin

  • Korean

  • Russian

  • Thai

  • Croatian

  • Serbian

  • Portuguese

  • Japanese

  • Swedish

  • Hmong

  • Hindi

  • Bulgarian

  • Hungarian

  • Turkish

  • French

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Top Table Games Dealer Skills

  1. Casino Table Games
  2. Card Poker
  3. Craps
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Provide excellent customer service, ability to communicate casino table games procedures and operations to patrons.
  • Execute proficiency in Roulette, 3-Card Poker, 4-Card Poker, Let-it-Ride, Blackjack, and Baccarat.
  • Work as part of a team of dealers in games such as baccarat or craps.
  • Exchange paper currency for playing chips or coin money.Check to ensure that all players have placed bets before play begins.
  • Ensured protection of game, maintained continuous inspection of cards, ensured betting in compliance with game rules and minimums set.

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