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"High roller"?

A high roller is a wealthy high stakes gambler. How do I say this in spanish?
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Old November 23, 2009, 07:16 AM
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How about these options: (high roller can be specifically someone who bets a lot of money, or it can be in the general sense of someone who spends a lot of money)

Specific to betting:
  • apostón
  • gran apostador
General (spends a lot of money):
  • derrochón
  • empedernido
  • potentado
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I would use: "gran postor" (betting)
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