COMMON GAMBLER

COMMON GAMBLER

common gambler.

1. One who owns or is employed by a gambling establishment; a bookmaker.

2. A professional gambler. ? A person who gambles but not customarily, habitually, or frequently, and who does not rely on gambling for a living, is considered a casual gambler, not a common gambler.


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