Translation of blackjack in Spanish:

blackjack

black-jack, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈblækˌdʒæk//ˈblakdʒak/

noun

  • 1

    Games
    black-jack masculine
    • James sat down at one of the gaming tables and the dealer immediately dealt him the two cards for blackjack.
    • He's a successful businessman who told me he had lost hundreds of thousands of dollars playing blackjack.
    • These were some cherished moments when my dad took the time to teach us every card game in the book, like all-fours, poker and blackjack.
    • Between live poker and blackjack, I spend about 1000 hours per year at the gambling tables.
    • Customers can keep tabs on games they're interested in while still playing blackjack or shooting craps.
    • The ban on house-banked blackjack does not apply to player-banked blackjack.
    • Casino games include a large selection of the newest slot and video machines, as well as roulette, blackjack and craps.
    • These men attended and enjoyed spectator sports, bet on prize fights and wrestling matches, and gambled at poker, blackjack, and dice.
    • We had already squandered much of the gambling kitty playing blackjack, poker and baccarat before trying the dice.
    • Of all the above table games, only blackjack requires skill to play correctly and reduce the house edge as low as possible.
    • If they succeed at this, blackjack will become as unpopular as American roulette.
    • It generates revenues by hosting online backgammon, gin rummy and blackjack, as well as staging golf, darts and pool games.
    • The aim of blackjack is to draw cards totalling as close to 21 but not exceeding 21.
    • In a game such as blackjack, an astute player can try to memorize the cards already played to have a better chance of predicting which cards will come up later.
    • Some purists will insist that blackjack and poker are two entirely different games.
    • First, without counting, blackjack is a negative expectation game and solid citizens are bound to lose in the long run.
    • Gala is gambling that blackjack and slots will compete with sharking and alcopops on the night-out menu.
    • I am reminded of the MIT group that managed to win millions at casinos by counting cards in blackjack.
    • The site offers slots, roulette and animated card games including poker and blackjack.
    • I had a fine night afterwards though - everyone buying me drinks, then on to the casino for a little blackjack.
  • 2US

    (weapon)
    cachiporra feminine
    • Johnigan folded in half over the keyboard, giving Al the chance to bang him hard on the back of the head with a lead-weighted blackjack.
    • I didn't even feel the blackjack as it clobbered me on the back of the head.
    • What he didn't feel was the blackjack hitting him from behind.
    • The other man slammed what looked like a blackjack against the sagging head, striking just behind the right ear.
    • Maybe that's why I didn't see the guy sneaking up on me with the blackjack.
    • Firehoses were turned on and soon three thousand picketers, thugs, and police rumbled in the streets with clubs, blackjacks, wrenches, chains, and tear gas.
    • Bats, clubs, sticks, blackjacks, Brazilian fighting rods, rocks, and Japanese club sticks are just a few of the more favored tools used in beating people to a pulp.
    • I saw in her hand the blackjack that had moments ago made a profound impression upon my skull.
    • Sure, he's got a dagger to fight 1-on-1, but he's better off just cracking the back of someone's head with a blackjack.
    • By the time the miserable news hit the Millers like a blackjack on Sept. 24, the damage had been done and was irreversible.