At a $50 minimum Vegas strip game, a young man, probably in his mid 20's, was sitting to my immediate left. After a couple of hits, my hand totaled 22, but the dealer must have counted 21 or less, and turned to the next player. The young man made no signal other than pointing to my hand. As the dealer waited for him to signal, he pointed to my hand a second time. Then the dealer looked at my hand, said "Oh," and took my cards and bet. I debated with myself whether to say something. When the hand ended, I lightly touched the young man on his right arm to get his attention, and said very softly "You didn't have to point that out." After about a half minute of silence, the young man looked me in the eye and quietly said "Sorry." He seemed humbled, so I expect he will reflect on that and not do it again.