How to Become a Dealer


Many people would like very much to become a card dealer in a casino. There is good reason for this: a dealer in a casino can make quite a decent amount of money in tips. If money, however, were the only motivating factor, most people would probably not seek such a job. There are, after all, quite a number of ways to earn money and one could earn money without having to undertake the complicated task of learning the rules of various card games. Very few ways of earning money, however, can be as exciting as working as a dealer in a casino. This excitement remains a major reason people seek out such a job.


This is also a tremendous time in the history of casino gambling to seek out a job as a dealer. The reason for this is the fact that there is a tremendous and seemingly unlimited amount of growth available to those looking to work as a dealer: thanks in large part to the preponderance of online casino gambling sites. While many of these online sites use electronic card games, many other use ‘live’ dealers. The website simply offers a web cam view of the dealer dealing out the cards.


So, how does one go about becoming a dealer, online or otherwise? Well, first one must live in the vicinity of a casino. It is, of course, fairly impossible to work as a dealer if there is nowhere to work nearby! Then again, many people move to cities that are famous for their casinos for the express purpose of gaining access to the casino jobs that may be available.


If one is not familiar in regards to the rules of certain card games, this is not something that one should worry about. Most professional card dealers were not professional gamblers before becoming a dealer. Many did not even gamble a day in their life. It is no matter. Casinos will train a complete novice in the art and science of dealing. Inexperience is not something that the casinos will generally look down upon.


The reason for this is that the decisions that a dealer makes in a card game (whether in person or online) are standardized across the board. This makes it easy for virtually anyone to work as a dealer. This does not mean, however, that one should not know anything at all about the game.


It is advised that a would-be dealer purchase a book on the subject and read up on the rules. Familiarity of the rules will reduce the level of confusion that a neophyte dealer may experience. When one is able to work without the handicap of being unfamiliar with the rules or what actions the player will be taking, the ability to perform the duties of a dealer become much easier. One should also read up on the subject before even applying for the job. This will allow one to have an impressive job interview.


Also, in order to be a good dealer one must be adept at actually being able to physically deal the cards. So, purchase a deck of cards and deal them on your kitchen table! One can only become better at something one has a bit of experience with. The more experience that you get the better you will be able to do your job.


So, locate where the casinos are and which ones are hiring and go about applying for the job. Then, familiarize yourself with the rules and the improve your ability to deal cards. Whether in person or online, starting a career as a card dealer is not impossible, but it does require some work. A little bit of effort will go a long way!



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