Pit manager

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A pit boss (more commonly known today as the pit manager) is the person who directs the employees who work in a casino pit. The job of the pit boss is to manage the floormen, who are the supervisors for table games dealers in a casino. One pit boss monitors all floormen, dealers, and players in the pit; there is usually one floorman for every six tables. The floormen correct minor mistakes but if a serious gaming discrepancy arises (such as duplicate cards being found in a deck), it is the job of the pit boss to sort it out.[1]


  1. ^ "Casino Pit Boss - What a Pit Boss Does".