Blackjack two aces
An ace can only count as eleven, but two aces count as a blackjack. It is mostly played in private circles and barracks. A British variation is called "Pontoon", Players: 2+, usually 2–7. Casino Blackjack: Rules of the Game I’ve played an online blackjack that when dealt two Aces automatically changed one of them to count eleven. A guide to when you should & shouldn't split in blackjack. Always split Aces & Eights, but never split Fives & Tens. Rules about re-splitting are covered, too.
Splitting in Blackjack
He must hit until he has 17 or higher, and then he must stand. If you are just beginning, this is the best kind of game, because you don't have to worry about handling the cards. The following book may be helpful. One of the earliest proponents of the strategy of splitting eights is Ed Thorp , who developed the strategy on an IBM as part of an overall blackjack strategic theory published in Beat the Dealer: That is a big "swing" Thus I conclude that if doubling A2 vs. The loss rate of players who deviate from basic strategy through ignorance is generally expected to be greater. Yes, there are outstanding opportunities afforded by some sidebets under some circumstances, but if you are able to figure out how to beat them, you no longer need to ask about them.
Blackjack and the Rules of the Game
Blackjack is pretty simple. The basic premise of the game is that you want to have a hand value that is closer to 21 than that of the dealer, without going over Other players at the table are of no concern. Your hand competes only against the hand of the dealer. The rules of play for the dealer are strictly dictated, leaving no decisions up to the dealer. Therefore, there is no problem with the dealer or any of the other players at the table seeing the cards in your hand. In fact, if you're playing at a shoe game, the player cards are all dealt face up.
In any event, when you're just learning to play, don't hesitate to show the dealer or other players your cards and ask questions. The suits of the cards do not have any meaning in the game. The value of a hand is simply the sum of the point counts of each card in the hand.
Any hand that goes over 21 "breaks", or is "busted", and is an automatic loser. An Ace can be counted as either 1 or You need not specify which value the Ace has. It is assumed to have the value that makes the best hand, and that may change as more cards are added to the hand.
A soft hand is any hand where an Ace can be counted as either 1 or 11 without going over The name reflects the fact that the hand can't break if you draw another card. We no longer have the option to count the Ace as 11, because that would go over This hand is now a hard 17, despite having an Ace in it.
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Discussion in ' General ' started by rrwoods , May 18, Log in or Sign up. Blackjack and Card Counting Forums. BS obviously says to split. But what if I can't? Somehow I've miraculously gotten 4 hands of aces and I can't split anymore, or maybe the casino doesn't allow more than one split but does allow hits and doubles to split aces. I've never seen any advice on what to do here. For all the other pairs you can just look at the other part of the BS table, but there's never an entry for "soft 12".
Blue Efficacy , May 18, Automatic Monkey , May 18, But some of them have "Surrender or stand" for 17 vs ace. I ask because every table I've ever seen just omits the rows for ; I assume that it's because you always stand, but I want to be absolutely sure. Usually, you only get one card on split aces. Therefore, no double down would be allowed after splitting. Maybe I didn't read the original post very well. Blue Efficacy , May 19, Thanks for those tables.
Many casinos allow respliting aces Many casinos allow respliting aces on 6 deck games and some even do this on double deck games but none that I know of allow you to get more than one card on each ace unless that card is an ace and then no more than a total of 4 hands.
So, perhaps the weirdest hand I have had in blackjack was on a six deck game in Vegas a few years back. I received 7 straight aces, followed by a 5. A dealer bust made the result nice and not a total waste of 7 aces. So since there may be only one or two casinos in the world or so that let you take a third card on split aces, set up your program to allow splitting up to a total of 4 hands but one card on each.
The only place I have seen where you can hit or double after splitting Aces is in Europe or Asia, and it is always accompanied by other rules which make the game basically unplayable.
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Theoutfittertold usthat we would be hunting in his famous "Taj Mahal" duck blind on Reelfoot Lake. We did not get to hunt that blind. The rest of the area surrounding the blind was frozen over mud flats. The guide we were assigned told us not to shoot ducks that would fall on the ice covered mud, because he could not retrieve them. This made the shooting very limited.
The party of hunters that actually hunted the Taj Mahal had way more shooting than we did. They were repeat customers. We killed one duck the first day only shot at two and 12 the second day. Their were seven of us in the blind.
I have been duck hunting for 45 years, and certainly understand that nobody can guarantee you'll get shooting. But, I feel we were not given the service that was advertised. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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