Which Cards Should You Never Split?

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Which Cards Should You Never Split?

von coconaaki » Mi 24. Jan 2024, 04:19

Which Cards Should You Never Split? Basic strategy also has rules for which pairs you should never split. In most games, you should never split fours, fives, or 10s. The reasoning behind this might be clearer now that you’ve read #4, but just in case, here’s my thinking on why this is. But if you split, you have two hand that start with a four. Assuming you get a 10 for your next card, those two hands will total 14, which is a stiff hand—one that’s likely to bust. A pair of fives is the same situation. You have a total of 10 which will likely become 20 when you hit. But if you split, you’re likely to wind up with PGS168 two hands totaling 15, which is even worse than having two hands totaling 14. And of course, a pair of 10s gives you a total of 20, which is the second-best total you could have in the game. Starting two hand with 10 isn’t a terrible thing, but 20 is so close to a sure thing that you wouldn’t want to screw it up.

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