🔥 In blackjack, when is it a good idea to split 10s?

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Blackjack strategist and weekly gambling columnist Mark Pilarski says there are a “few exceptions” to the rule of never split 10s against a dealer's 5/6.


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Blackjack strategist and weekly gambling columnist Mark Pilarski says there are a “few exceptions” to the rule of never split 10s against a dealer's 5/6.


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With all that said, Herb, there are moments in which splitting 10s can be a good strategy. In Face-up Blackjack, where all the cards dealt are.


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Under that operating assumption is that the dealer will have 13 thru 16 and draw out a bust, while I will draw a pair of 20s. If you are counting, then the decision trees get a lot more complex. I have split 10s, in order to tick off a woman at the other end of the table. I can barely add up my hand. I love playing it, but am admittedly terrible. Counting cards is well beyond my abilities.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I got a 10 and an ace and the dealer got She got up and went to a different table. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The book says not to and I play by the book. How high would you split? She kept telling me I was playing wrong. He was dealt a 20, doubled for all his remaining chips and drew an Ace to win. But it kind of goes against the blackjack assumption that every card drawn will have a ten point value. Irrspective of whether splitting 10s is the right thing to do, there is NOTHING on earth that pisses me off more than assholes who tell you how to gamble your money. I seem to recall a hand from a recent televised tourney when a player had no choice but to double for less because he was low on funds no matter what his hand was. They would rather correct your play and give you the best chance to, well still lose money, but closer to break even, so you will play more, then loose your shirt from stupid moves and never come back. So I got the 2 tens, looked at her and smiled, then split them. Anyone split 10s? You really have to just trust the people who have computed the odds. The math just works out that way. The dealer is more likely to bust than not. The answer is because if you do the math and work out the expected value of all the possible outcomes, you make more money when you split 'em. And even if you get a low card on your split, with the dealer having a low card, you still are in good shape. But there are actually more cards in the deck under 10 than there are 10s. There is no guesswork here, by the way. I just get up and change tables and secretly hope the guy loses big time. Having done some tournament blackjack, there are indeed times where you need to split 10s or do other non-basic plays to have a chance. Odds are actually that any given card will not be a There is an underlying mathematical certainty as to how probably each outcome is, which is undeniable. If the dealer has a 3 thru 6 showing, why not split tens? Unless you are counting cards, there is never, ever a reason to deviate from that strategy. It the dealer has a feeling that you know how to play, then they are more likely to allow it. Here is acomprehensive explanation. And this is why I never split tens. The apoplectic, red-faced woman at the end of the table told me that, so it must be true, right?