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I'm afraid you've taken one too many leaps, Lambeau man. Please do alot more study of BJ strategy before giving your money away. Splitting 10's is the biggest.


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In blackjack, when is it a good idea to split 10s?
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The BIG deal made around splitting 10's. discussed in Blackjack/Gambling at Wizard of Vegas
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Blackjack authority details the “few exceptions” to splitting 10s. For any However, I have been tempted to do so when no one else is at the Blackjack table.


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Better not underestimate such situations. Stay calm, follow your strategy and act accordingly, because each pair should be treated individually.


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Many blackjack players say only dumb people and card counters would ever split 10's. If someone split 10's and is mostly following basic strategy.


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Once again, only if you are counting cards and only if the deck is very rich in 10's and even then only if the dealer has a very bad upcard should you even consider​.


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Don't split 10s. Splitting a hand defies all logic unless you are a card counter. Thus, for the employers of basic strategy, you should never ruin a.


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You should, as a general rule, always stand any pair of 10's irrespective of what the Dealer is showing, even if the Dealer has on display an Ace or a 10 valued.


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Better not underestimate such situations. Stay calm, follow your strategy and act accordingly, because each pair should be treated individually.


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For example: if you're counting cards and know that there are lots of 10s left in the shoe, it can make sense to split.


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Don't split 10s. Splitting a hand defies all logic unless you are a card counter. Thus, for the employers of basic strategy, you should never ruin a.


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All Rights Reserved.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} An hand itself is very likely a loser in case the dealer doesn't have a stiff hand and goes bust. First, hitting a 2 or a 3 provides a good chance of receiving a hand to double down against the dealer's weak up-card. According to basic strategy, you should split 9s against every numeric card a dealer holds , except for a 7. In a game with DAS, you should split 4s against the dealer's up-card of 4, 5 or 6. If double down after split is allowed, and hands are split against a dealer's up-card of 2 through 7. The reason is that if the dealer holds a seven, he stands a great chance of holding a 10 hole card and will stand on his hard 17, thus your will win. Simple math calculations show what a minimal chance the dealer has of getting a blackjack or a multiple-card 21 against your 10 Card counters tend to split 10s once they have identified a situation in which splitting their hand gives them a further advantage in the game. More info Got It! First, 7s and 6s are terrible starting hands stiff where you can easily get busted upon hitting. Thus, it would be wise to try your luck with a better hand, thus split, while also hoping for a dealer's stiff. A hand presents a good opportunity to double down as you stand a great chance of getting a high-range hand Meanwhile, if you split the 5s, you will be left with two hands that can easily become stiff all 10s, all 9s, all 8s and all 7s will make a stiff hand. Splitting a hand generally depends on whether doubling down after splitting is allowed. An is the toughest stiff hand to play since, all else equal , it faces the largest number of cards that would bust it. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}As we've already explained in the introductory articles, when you are dealt a pair or two 10 cards, regardless of their face, you have the opportunity to split the hand into two separate ones and each of the new hands is played like an ordinary one. Splitting your 9s against the dealer's 9 is a good choice because your 18 can easily be beaten by a 10 hole card. Also, the opportunity for those two hands to be doubled down will require another 5 or a 6 for a total value of , and two 5s have already been drawn out of the deck. There are, of course, rule variations that for example limit the number of resplits or do not permit the resplitting of aces, but in general, they are played like an ordinary hand. There are a few reasons for that. As with every other scenario in basic strategy, the decision of whether to split a certain pair or not depends on the pair itself and its relevance to the dealer's up-card. Third, with an up-card of 2 through 7, the dealer stands a good chance of getting a stiff hand as well. Splitting 8s is kinda tricky, but it is the right choice for this hand. Even if the dealer's hole card is not 10, he stands a significant chance of getting a stiff hand with 9, 8, 7, 6, 5 , presenting a high probability of going bust. Thus, by splitting you significantly boost your chance and will ultimately lose less money. However, if you split and draw a card, or even a 9, you stand a much greater chance of a push or even beating a dealer's Moreover, if you draw a low card, such as an Ace, 2 or 3, you can hit again and get a If only one of your two hands develops like described, you will break out of this bad hand at breakeven, a great outcome from a hard Splitting 7s and 6s is done against a dealer's up-card of 2 through 7 for a number of reasons. Second, a pair of 2s or 3s make for a terrible starting hand since hitting a 10 or a 9 for 3s will get you a stiff hand. However, if double down after split is not permitted, a hand should not be split since a starting hand of 8 is better than two starting hands of 4. If you are not counting cards, you have no reason to split 10s. Tuesday, July 7, Splitting Pairs. Thus, for the employers of basic strategy, you should never ruin a near-perfect hand. If after splitting you hit a 5, 6, 7 or an Ace, you are presented with a good opportunity to double down while the dealer is very likely to get a stiff hand. Meanwhile, if the dealer holds a 2 through 7, he stands an increased chance of getting a stiff hand. However, hitting an 8 is much easier and has a decent chance of even turning into a great hand.