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Brand New Blackjack & Roulette Infographic

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jan/10/2017

We have come across some brand new casino infographics designed by the team behind internet casino SuperLenny.

The infographic is a 'how to' series of casino tutorials focusing on roulette, blackjack, baccarat and casino slots. First out is this infographic, with two games combined into one.

The infographic gives a brief overview of options when sitting at the blackjack table and also what they mean. You will also get a probability rate for roulette which can help you a lot when you are spinning the wheel.

It's refreshing to see casinos being open about winning chances and strategy - playing at casinos should be entertaining and the understanding the basics is the key to success. Thanks to SuperLenny for this amazing infographic! 

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