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pit boss

n.
An employee who supervises the gambling in a casino.
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We managed to speak to one of the pit bosses, asked what's going on, because the casino had cleared out quite a bit, but there were still people on the slot machines.
He shows the boiling asphalt of Vegas streets, the burned out pit bosses, and the gamblers -- from the average players to the gentleman gamblers to the always tanned, bejeweled hustlers and high rollers and con artists.
Even these minor concessions was too much for pit bosses and they threatened not to employ unionised workers, which led to further industrial action in 1832.
COAL mining under North Warwickshire is causing subsidence to homes and roads, villagers told their MP and pit bosses.
Through a gendered, intersectional frame, we are taken into the daily lives of housekeeping staff, cocktail waitresses, bartenders, dealers, pit bosses, and managers, thus gaining a comprehensive and holistic picture of the realities of who and what make casinos work.
As part of the initiative, Hollywood Slots is partnering with the college on a program that would provide training for jobs such as black jack and poker dealers, pit bosses and other positions related to the addition of table games to Hollywood Slots.
The women whose stories are featured include dealers, pit bosses, stage crew members, housekeepers, cocktail waitresses, and women in management.
We went down Auchengeoch pit against safety advice from pit bosses, attended fires and went in with firemen to help the injured.
The first signs of the strike starting to crumble came in December as miners began to succumb to inducements from pit bosses.
The Harrah's ERM program is in its second year, and Ewing has carried out heat maps to ensure that everyone in the organization, from the board through management through to the pit bosses and janitors, is getting on the same page in terms of top risks standing potentially in Harrah's way.
In Queensland and New South Wales, mining is booming so much that pit bosses can't find enough experienced workers.
Other courses train students to be pit bosses, dealers and slot machine repairers.