Rodrigo Stepler asked, updated on March 1st, 2021; Topic:
blackjack

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In **blackjack**, the standard rule is that **if** the player is dealt a pair of identically ranked initial cards, known as a pair, the player is allowed to **split** them into separate hands and ask for a new second card for each while placing a full initial bet identical to the original wager with each.

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Even so, do you split 3s against a 7?

When this is the case, single-deck players are advised to **split** only when the dealer has disadvantageous cards 3 through **7**, and hit **against** the dealer's deuce, 8, 9, 10, and ace. The pair of **3s should** be **split** versus the dealer's 4 through **7**.

Anywho, should you ever split face cards in blackjack? In **Face**-up **Blackjack**, where all the **cards** dealt are exposed, including both dealer's **cards**, the correct strategy is to **split** 10s against the dealer's 13, 14, 15 or 16.

Apart from this, do you split 9s against a 3?

According to basic strategy, **you should split 9s against** every numeric card a dealer holds, except for a 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 **9**-**9** will win.

Do you split 4s in blackjack?

For example, if **you** were dealt a pair of **4s** against a dealer's 5 upcard with DAS, **you should split**. Suppose on the first 4, **you** are dealt another 4 on the draw. **You should** resplit to form a third hand. If the casino allows resplits up to a total of four hands, then **you should** resplit again if **you** are dealt another 4.

Always split Cards with a value of ten are plentiful in blackjack, so it makes sense to split a **pair** of aces. If you don't split your aces, one is given a value of one and the other a value of 11.

For instance, **you** receive **9s** versus a **5**, **split**, and get another 9 on the first hand. **You should** resplit the second pair of **9s** to make a third hand. Resplit as many times as **you** are allowed to, which is usually no more than four times in most casinos.

In short, the best ways to **win Blackjack** at casinos are: Stick to the **basic** guide, relentlessly. **You can win** with just using the basics, and **you** won't lose more than it hurts. Search β**blackjack basic strategy** chartβ to learn it, or see below. Scale your bets up and down depending on whether **you** are **winning** or losing.

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