If you’ve always wanted to play Blackjack or Twenty-one and beat the dealer at the most widely played casino banking game in the world, but felt too intimidated or just too darned overwhelmed by what appears to be a a language as complicated as gang signals, here’s a little infographic to help you. It breaks down all the all the tapping, waving, and jargon used at the blackjack tables in a simple clear manner.
You know what they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” so having a handy visual helps a lot. For example, it’s much easier to understand the hand signal for taking a “stand” (also known as a “stick” or “stay”) as it is shown in this graphic, than it is when someone tells you to gesture by waving your hand horizontally over your cards. Right? Right. This blackjack graphic isn’t cluttered; it just gives you what you need to know so that you can play more confidently.
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Of course, playing blackjack at an online casino helps too — there’s less embarrassment when no one can see you blush as you try your hand at the lingo. *wink*
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