πŸ€‘ Blackjack Strategy for Splitting a Pair of Sevens

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In blackjack you are allowed to split pairs in case you are dealt a pair or two 10 cards, Splitting 7s and 6s is done against a dealer's up-card of 2 through 7 for a​.


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Splitting aces and eights is part of blackjack basic strategy. Rules vary across gambling establishments regarding resplitting, doubling.


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Split: When the dealer is showing 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7. Hit: When the dealer has anything else. Why to split a pair of sevens. There is a good chance that that 7 will.


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9,9 Split on 2 to 9 except 7. Stand on 7,10 or A. 10,10 Always stand. The above chart assumes the casino doesn't allow doubling down after pair splitting.


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Split: When the dealer is showing 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7. Hit: When the dealer has anything else. Why to split a pair of sevens. There is a good chance that that 7 will.


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9,9 Split on 2 to 9 except 7. Stand on 7,10 or A. 10,10 Always stand. The above chart assumes the casino doesn't allow doubling down after pair splitting.


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Knowing when to split pairs in blackjack is vital for high-level play. Best of all, since there are Split twos, threes, or sevens if the dealer shows a seven or lower.


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This may sound really stupid, but I am new to blackjack. There was this guy at the table trying to give me advice. I had a pair of 7's and the.


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The basic strategy changes under the H17 conditions because this dealer drawing rule calls for surrendering against one more upcard. Provided that DAS is.


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Search Advanced search…. As others have already said it is BS in a DD game. Log in Register. There are some regular BJ not AP books which advocate to split a weak pair to gain at least one strong hand. Search forums. The game I was playing was 8 deck, hit on soft 17, doubles after splits allowed. He told me I was supposed to split these, but that just sounds really stupid. Intuitively it just doesn't sound like a good idea in any situation to split 7's against an 8 or higher. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Thanks for the replies! Aren't you already in a poor position with a pair of 7's against an 8. Thread starter Ace Start date Jan 8, Ace Well-Known Member Jan 8, This may sound really stupid, but I am new to blackjack. Search titles only. Do you ever split a pair of 7's against a dealer 8?? If you want to decrease your disadvantage to the lowest possible amount, I recommend checking this site's basic strategy engine see the links to the left , and generate the proper strategy for the game you're playing. Maybe I'm the one that's stupid, but it makes no sense to split in this situation. I think I have done it maybe twice. Log in. I'm not aware of any situation that would warrant splitting 7s against a dealer's 8 advanced plays notwithstanding β€”that should always be a hit. I didn't realize that the basic strategy for splitting 7's would change based on the type of game played. Southpaw Well-Known Member Jan 8, In some cases, I have noticed it to be a negative number, as well SP. The true count was like 8 or 9 and it didn't end well. Wouldn't splitting the 7's make things even worse if you're assuming the dealer has a 10 in the hole??? Thanks in advance for your replies! You must log in or register to reply here.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This is true ONLY when the rules allow double after split. Ferretnparrot Well-Known Member Jan 8, It has a fairly low index for making the action, and I think in some variations of single and double deck, it is the correct action. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forums New posts Search forums. Sucker Well-Known Member Jan 8, For example, in a DD game splitting would be the proper basic Strategy play. Sucker said:. New posts. This will usually decrease the casino's advantage to around 0. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. San Member Jan 10, I actually did it once. I lost both hands to dealer Ace Well-Known Member Jan 10, Looking stupid with the correct play is the best of both worlds. There was this guy at the table trying to give me advice. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. I had a pair of 7's and the dealer had an 8. Ace said:. Forums Forums General JavaScript is disabled. Assuming the dealer has a T is a common but incorrect "rule of thumb," though.