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If you are counting cards, the best play appears to be surrender 88 v T. The reason being that you should only add risk by splitting if you have a 2% or greater​.


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If you are counting cards, the best play appears to be surrender 88 v T. The reason being that you should only add risk by splitting if you have a 2% or greater​.


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Blackjack players are taught early on to split aces and 8s. But your faithful gambling columnist, always the skeptic, wonders: why? Before we.


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Against the Dealer's Surrender allhard 14s, 15sand 16s, including 77& Against the Dealer's 9: Surrender a hard 16, but split MULTIPLE DECK WITH​.


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And splitting is the preferred option over hitting Here is what it says in Wong's Professional blackjack book, this is for HiLo 4 decks H17;


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If you are counting cards, the best play appears to be surrender 88 v T. The reason being that you should only add risk by splitting if you have a 2% or greater​.


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Split 88 vs the 10 and the 9 and Ace as well. This is the strangest of all the Basic Strategy plays. Splitting 88 vs. 9, 10, and Ace, goes against the general concept.


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Split 88 vs the 10 and the 9 and Ace as well. This is the strangest of all the Basic Strategy plays. Splitting 88 vs. 9, 10, and Ace, goes against the general concept.


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Splitting 88 Split 88 against all dealer upcards. Against the dealer's 2 through 8, we are taking one terrible hand of 16 into two playable totals of8each. There is a​.


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You guessed it, splitting is the way to go. If you split when the dealer has a 2 through 7 exposed, the return is a positive $ to $ For the stronger 8.


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Before we get into specifics, it's only fair to offer a primer for the rookies: In blackjack, when your first two cards match, you're allowed to "split" them, essentially turning blackjack split 88 hand into two.

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John Patrickwho has written books on the subject, advises players against splitting 8s against what he considers to be the dealer's "power" cards 9, 10, jack, queen, king and ace.

In my experience in Northern California casinos, staying on two 8s usually causes great consternation among the other players at the table. Mathematicians say that over the course of millions blackjack split 88 hands, there is a percentage factor in favor of splitting those hands.

Michael Shacklefordwho calls himself "the Wizard of Odds," says splitting 8s against a dealer 10 has the "smallest expected loss" as opposed to staying, hitting or doubling of all moves with a pair of 8s.

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But your faithful gambling columnist, always the skeptic, wonders: why? Naturally, you're only going to split cards if doing so helps you win or gives you a stronger hand to stand a chance against the dealer - which brings us to our lesson about splitting 8s.

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I side more with Patrick on this one, though I do split 8s when the dealer shows a 9.

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But because many of us gamblers likely won't live long enough to see millions of hands, other experts offer different explanations. Splitting 8s in blackjack: Is it worth the risk? When you split all other cards including 10s, though cardrooms frown upon this , you can play the hand out however you like. Sometimes, my fellow players even curse me out. In the long run, however, I know I'm losing less money on that hand than they are. Most Popular. It's a small consolation for an otherwise gutsy play.