The person dealing the cards, or the person who assumes that role for the purposes of betting order in a game, even though someone else might be physically dealing. In the latter case, that player is often marked with a button, and may be called the button.
Responsible for all the bets made on his half of the table. Whenever you want to make free odds, place, or lay bet in a casino, you should give the money to the dealer at your end of the table and he will make the bet for you.
At the beginning of the game, one of players shuffles the deck and distributes the cards one at a time. This player is the dealer. When more than one game is played, players alternate being the dealer.
The person that is dealing the cards out to the players. If the dealer is not one of the players then the button is used to indicate the player that the dealer is dealing for and the hand is dealt as if the player with the button was dealing.
The player in the seat position from which cards are dealt. The position of the Dealer is marked by the Button, a green disc with a "D" in the centre. The player to the immediate left of the Dealer posts the Small Blind, and the next player posts the Big Blind (which is usually double the Small Blind). Back To
a nominal seating position. Cards are dealt clockwise, starting with the player to the left of the dealer and finishing with him/her. Betting action also moves in the same order, with (in hold ‘em and Omaha) the dealer acting last. The dealer changes after each completed hand. See “button” and “position
The person dealing the cards to players. This is the casino operator. Players cannot assume the role of the dealer. In blackjack, the dealers objective is to beat the player's point total or causing the player to bust.
In American baccarat, two casino employees, stationed at opposite ends of the baccarat table, are called dealers. They do not deal the cards; instead, they collect losing bets and pay winning bets. The player acting as banker deals the cards and is sometimes called the dealer as well. In mini baccarat, the croupier deals the cards.
a casino employee who either deals cards in Poker, Blackjack or Baccarat, works the identical ends of the Craps table, or is a stickman. The dealer is the person responsible for the operation of the game
The dealer works for the casino. Players win or lose depending on how their cards perform against the dealer's cards. The dealer must play according to predetermined rules set by the casino that do not depend on the players' hands. Usually these rules require the dealer to hit with 16 or less and to stand with 17 or more, although hitting with a soft 17 is also common.
A person who deals the cards in any card game is referred to as a dealer. In the game Texas Hold-Em, each person in the game would at one point become a dealer where they are the last person to act. The dealer is marked by a dealer button at the table in online and casino poker games.
This player is nominated to be the dealer for the current round. In online poker the player will not actually deal any cards since this is done automatically by the software. Nevertheless, the player will be the last one to bet, which can be advantageous as one will get to see what all other players bet before having to decide on a course of action.
The player in a poker game who actually (or theoretically) is dealing the cards. When a professional dealer (casino or cardroom) or automated dealer (online) is present - it is necessary to identify the player who would be dealing the cards because the blinds and the betting action are to the left of the dealer. This is done by utilizing a marker called a dealer button which travels around the table in a clockwise manner, moving to the next player after each hand is completed.
A person (or firm) who facilitates transactions in the secondary market. They make their living on the difference between the prices they pay for the assets in their inventory and what they sell them for.
An individual or entity, such as a securities firm, when it acts as a principal and stands ready to buy and sell for its own account. More generally, an individual or entity which buys and sells products and holds an inventory. see also broker, broker/dealer, agent, National Association of Securities Dealers, make a market, paper dealer, Primary Dealer, principal.
A dealer sells new and used cars as a means of doing business. They can also supply financing and aftermarket services, although it is usually less expensive to seek financing through a loan broker than through a dealer.
An individual or institution that purchases and sells financial instruments that it owns for its own account. Typically dealers interact with dealers at other institutions and do not conduct trades directly with individual or corporate customers.
A person or securities firm acting as a principal in a securities transaction rather than as a broker. Dealers can buy securities for their own account as well as sell securities out of their own inventories. Many firms function both as brokers and as dealers; such firms are often referred to as "broker-dealers." If a dealer is a principal in a transaction, the trade confirmation must disclose this fact. Dealers typically charge buyers a markup and sellers a markdown. CFS is a broker, not a dealer. See also market maker and specialist.
A person or firm that engages in the business of underwriting, trading and selling securities for its own account acting as principal. A person or firm engaged in the business of effecting principal trades in municipal securities is known as a “municipal securities dealer.” Although for purposes of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 the term “dealer” generally does not include a bank, the term “municipal securities dealer” expressly does include a bank, or a separately identifiable department or division of a bank, that is engaged in underwriting, trading and selling municipal securities for its own account, other than in a fiduciary capacity. In colloquial usage, these terms are used to refer to both securities firms and dealer banks. Compare: BROKER. See: BROKER-DEALER; DEALER BANK.
A person or institution acting as a principal in trading securities This activity is opposed to a broker, which transacts trades for the account of its customer. The dealer is usually compensated by the spread.
A firm that buys and sells securities for its own account rather than as an agent. The dealer's profit or loss is the difference between the price it pays and the price it receives for the same security. The dealer's confirmation must disclose to customers that the dealer has acted as principal. A firm may function, at different times, either as a broker or dealer, but may not act as both in the same transaction.
The term DEALER is defined in Section 2(12) as any person who is engaged, directly or indirectly, in the business of dealing or trading in SECURITIES that are issued by another person. Under Section 3(a)(5), a DEALER is any person engaged in the business of buying and selling securities for his own account, through a BROKER or otherwise. As used in the 1934 ACT, the term DEALER only encompasses persons that buy and sell securities for their own account as part of a regular business. Although a BANK is not usually considered a dealer, it will be deemed a DEALER if it is a bank as described in Rule 3b-9. A DEALER is a person that is ready and willing to buy a SECURITY for or sell a security from its own account to an investor.
A person, or a company, who buys securities for his own account (at his Bid price) or sells them from his own account (at his asked price). Compare with Broker. Français: Courtier Español: Vendedor, agente, concesionario, revendedor, expendedor, detallista, agente de valores
An entity who buys or sells securities for its own account and bears the risks involved. A customer who purchases stocks from the dealer will receive the stocks held in the dealer's account. Trading by a market maker to provide liquidity for assigned stocks is usually undertaken with a role as a dealer.
a person who sells, wholesales, exchanges, barters, or gives away within Montana any pesticide except those pesticides intended for home, yard, garden, home orchard, shade trees, ornamental trees, bushes, and lawn
a firm that buys and sells, adding some value for the consumer in the process. Dealer often means a firm which operates closer in the distribution channel to the consumer than a distributor or wholesaler, and may add more value for consumers than either of the above-mentioned terms.
a financial market intermediary who acts as a principal by buying or selling from its own account. Dealers may also act as market makers by regularly quoting bid and offer prices and standing ready to make a two-sided market.
A 'dealer' commits capital and takes one side of a position, and closes out the position in a subsequent trade with another party to hopefully earn a spread (profit). In contrast, a broker is an individual or firm that puts buyers and sellers together for a fee or commission, and therefore acts as an intermediary.
Is an organization which transacts trades on the behalf of its proprietary account. This activity is opposed to a broker which transacts trades for the account of its customer. The dealer is usually compensated by the spread.
An individual or firm who buys and sells securities as a principal rather than as an agent. The dealer's profit or loss is measured by the difference between the price paid and the price received for a security.
Dealers buy and sell securities on behalf of the broking firm (or investment bank) itself. Securities bought by the bank may be sold to clients or other firms or becomes part of the bankâ€(tm)s own holdings.
In antiques and collectables, a retailer who seeks to profit from buying and reselling collectables and/or related items. Decanter: A container for liquids, most commonly used to store wine or alcohol. A decanter often has a stopper and a long neck.
The role of a securities firm when it acts as a principal in a particular trade. A firm is acting as a dealer when it buys or sells a security for its own account and at its own risk and then charges the customer a markup or markdown.
An individual or firm in the securities business who buys and sells securities for its own account rather than as an agent. The dealer's profit or loss is the difference between the price he pays and the price he receives for the same security. The dealer's confirmation must disclose to his customer that he has acted as principal. An individual or firm may function, at different times, either as broker or dealer.
An individual who acts as a principal or counterpart to a transaction. Principals take one side of a position, hoping to earn a spread (profit) by closing out the position in a subsequent trade with another party. In contrast, a broker is an individual or firm that acts as an intermediary, putting together buyers and sellers for a fee or commission.
A person or firm that regularly buys and sells property. A person is classified as a dealer if at the time of the sale, that person held the property primarily for sale to customers in the ordinary course of business. Gains from the sale of such property are ordinary gains not capital gains.
An individual or firm in the securities business who buys and sells stocks and bonds as a principal rather than as an agent. The dealer's profit or loss is the difference between the price paid and the price received for the same security. The dealer's confirmation must disclose to the customer that the principal has been acted upon. The same individual or firm may function, at different times, either as a broker or dealer. (See: NASD, Specialist)
An individual or firm in the securities business who acts as a principal rather than as an agent in a specific transaction. Principles buy and sell securities for their own account and risk. A dealer's profit or loss is derived from the difference between the price he/she pays for the security and the price he/she receives when selling the security to a customer. Because most individuals and firms act as both brokers and dealers, the term broker-dealer is commonly used. See: Principal
Dealers, also known as principals, trade securities for their own investment accounts or for the account of the brokerage firms where they work. Securities purchased for a particular firm's account may, in turn, be sold by the firm's brokers to investors who are clients of the firm. As a result, the term broker/dealer is frequently used to describe people or firms that handle both types of transactions.
An individual or a company in the securities industry who buys and sells securities as a principal rather than an agent. The profit and loss is the difference between the price paid and the price received for the same security.
The term "Dealer" means an individual or a corporate body appointed as a dealer of OTCEI. The functions of the dealer are: Broking activities Underwriting To act as a market maker (Compulsory/ Additional) To participate as co-investor in bought- out deals
The dealer is the party that orders and purchases the steel building system from the supplier. The dealer resells the building to the end-user. The dealer is an independent contractor and not an agent for the supplier. The dealer may or may not provide erection or other services necessary to complete the construction project.