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Cell phones at the blackjack table and paying for drinks on the casino floor Contestants competing at the free Black Jack tournament held on the casino floor at Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City on Wednesday Jan 16, 2008. Q. I know you like a good story, and I have one from blackjack. This guy buys in and puts his cell phone on the table, right in front of him. The dealer tells him he's going to have to put that away. He grumbles a little, then puts the phone in his pocket. Guy plays a few hands, then one is dealt, and the guy's phone goes off and he darts off, a few feet away from the table, looks at his phone and comes right back. Dealer immediately calls over the pit boss, who calls no hand, tells the dealer to pick up the guy's cards and give him his bet back. Of course, the guy complains, says he was just away for a second and he should be able to finish his hand. Pit boss says the rule is no cell phones, if he wants to be on the phone, leave the table. Player wants to argue, says he can't afford to miss business calls.
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The dealer then strung out a five-card 21 and beat everyone. Stand on Ace-2-4 vs. dealer 7: Soft 17 used to be one of the most misplayed hands. Now most players know never to stand on the hand, and some even know to double down if the dealer shows 3, 4, 5 or 6. Standing on Ace-2-4 vs.
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