bettor

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bet·tor

also bet·ter  (bĕt′ər)
n.
One that bets or places a bet.

bet•tor

or bet•ter

(ˈbɛt ər)

n.
a person who bets.
[1600–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bettor - someone who betsbettor - someone who bets      
taker - one who takes a bet or wager
caller - the bettor in a card game who matches the bet and calls for a show of hands
gambler - a person who wagers money on the outcome of games or sporting events

bettor

also better
noun
One who bets:
References in classic literature ?
de Busigny, the dragoon, the Swiss, and the fourth bettor.
The pointspread (favorite odds in the case of the NHL) is included in the regression to account for the possibility that bettors prefer to wager on games with bigger favorites.
INGLEWOOD - Charges that Sweet Catomine's owner hid the filly's infirmities from bettors before her upset defeat in the Santa Anita Derby were abruptly dropped Saturday after track stewards heard a state investigator admit his work had been hasty.
Frank Doyle, a spokesman for Sports Interaction, suspects a hedge, a classic betting manoeuvre where bettors split their stake money to back two contenders.
After five months without a winner, two bettors hit the jackpot of the 6/58 Ultra Lotto drawn on Friday, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) announced yesterday.
The modus operation of the suspects was to tamper the sales report to make it appear that a bettor or bettors won the draw.
Given only what we know, I do not think we should anticipate any difference between the bettors.
Ong said a big portion of lotto bettors are poor, dreaming of hitting it big and tasting the comforts enjoyed by the rich.
If bettors want to hit a real huge payout then Miss Universe fans might want to consider on betting on the deep underdogs; among them Miss New Zealand, Miss British Islands, Miss Haiti, Miss Gabon and Miss Guam, all of whom are priced at 101.
You either hit the bettors with that kind of information before they dump $700,000 in win-place-show wagers on your horse, which Wygod and trainer Julio Canani did not do, or you bite your tongue.
Thirty-two other bettors won P32,960 each for guessing five of the winning numbers.