The hit- players at this point can take more cards to increase their hand total, the dealer will therefore, deal you more cards, until you go over 21 or stand also known as bust. The hand signal that goes with this move is a tap with your finger on the felt, and remember that you are not limited when it comes to the number of cards that you can take, except for exceeding 21.
The Double down- the double down is a tricky black jack strategy because players also have the option of doubling less, the latter is however, highly discourage but don’t expect the casino to stop you from doing it. So what happens is that your hand total might be advantageous but you still need an additional card, you can therefore, double your initial wager, and the deal will give you one card but it will be turned sideways to inform you that you cannot take any additional cards.
The hand signal that will go with the above move is that you will put up a wager that is equal to your original wager, but on the left side of your initial bet after which the dealer will give you an additional card.
The blackjack cards split- if the dealer deals you 2 cards of equal value then you are free to put out a second bet, from which the dealer will proceed to split the cards, after which they will become the first card on two new hands. The cards that you can split are the king and the jack because they have the same value.
The hand sign that goes with the above move is that you will proceed to put up a second wager, which is equal to your first, then show a peace sign meaning that you want a split. The dealer will then proceed to make two hands from your first hand and you will be given a second card on each.
Playing blackjack surrender- this move is very simple, so what you do if your initial hand is not very appealing to you; just give it up in exchange with half of your original bet.