When it comes to casinos, regular people and celebrities are equal – everyone is just as likely to win or lose as everyone else. Some famous people are interested in blackjack in particular.
Paris Hilton, the well-known socialite, singer and actress, played blackjack during her 31st birthday celebrations. She managed to win over $30,000 in Wynn Las Vegas. It’s a very impressive win, even if it might not be that much for Hilton herself.
Prince Harry from the British royal family also played blackjack, but he wasn’t as lucky as Hilton. He lost $300, which obviously doesn’t matter to him, especially since he seemed to have fun.
The above celebrities only played blackjack once, while Sean “P. Diddy” Combs is a huge fan of the game, to the point of requesting it in his MTV Music Awards dressing room. He even had the honor to place the first official blackjack bet on the new blackjack tables in Atlantic City.
Don Johnson, who is not the same person as the famous actor, is a renowned blackjack player. At the beginning of 2011 he got about $15 million from playing blackjack in most of the Atlantic City casinos, including $6 million in the Tropicana casino.
Last but not least, the amazing professional poker player, Erica Schoenberg, has also played blackjack in the past. She got professional training from a member of MIT Blackjack Team. She has had some incredible achievements in World Series of Blackjack and Ultimate Blackjack Tour, among others.