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Playing Cards: Blackjack

How the scam works:

Look at this card for a few seconds. The card is a 5. Look carefully at the very first row of tiny arrows, at the top. If you count the arrows from right to left, you’ll see that the fifth arrow has a little touch-up on the side.

Scammers are working together with dealers and know these cards by heart. By playing these cards every day, they only need a couple of seconds to recognize the modified shapes featured on the card’s design.

How to avoid:

As soon as you sit down at a Blackjack table either at a casino or a friend's house, look discretley on the back of the cards at their design. Try to figure out right away the modified shapes, according to the rows - otherwise, you’ll be losing a lot of money. As an option, you can always play blackjack online. One of the most reputable online casinos for blackjack is Casino.com (picture link below), which provides not only a series of bonuses and great games, but a mobile version as well.

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