BlackJack Card Counting Advice

Black Jack Basic StrategyHow to Play Hard Hands: A hard hand is two starting cards that do not contain an ace. If you have eight or less, always HIT. If you have Nine: DOUBLE if the dealer has 3 thru 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have Ten: DOUBLE if the dealer has 2 thru 9 - otherwise HIT. If you have Eleven: DOUBLE if the dealer has 2 thru 10, HIT if dealer has Ace. If you have Twelve: HIT if the dealer has 2 or 3, STAND if the dealer has 4 thru 6, otherwise HIT. If you have 13- 16: STAND if the dealer has2 thru 6, otherwise HIT. If you have 17 - 21: Always STAND. How to Play Soft Hands: A soft hand is when one of your starting hands that contains an ace. If you have Ace 2 or Ace 3: DOUBLE if the dealer has 5 or 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have Ace 4 or Ace 5: DOUBLE if the dealer has 4 thru 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have Ace 6: DOUBLE if the dealer has 3 thru 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have Ace 7: STAND if the dealer has 2, 7 or 8. Double 3 -thru 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have Ace 8 or Ace 9: Always STAND. How to Play Pairs: If you have a pair of Aces or Eights: Always SPLIT. If you have a pair of twos or threes: SPLIT if the dealer has 2 - 7, otherwise HIT. If you have a pair of fours: SPLIT if the dealer has 5 or 6, otherwise HIT. If you have a pair of fives: DOUBLE if the dealer has 2 thru 9 - otherwise HIT. If you have a pair of sixes: SPLIT if the dealer has 2 thru 6 - otherwise HIT. If you have a pair of sevens: SPLIT 2 thru 7 - otherwise HIT. If you have a pair of nines: SPLIT 2 thru 6, and 8 or 9. STAND if the dealer has 7, 10 or Ace. If you have a pair of tens: Always STAND.
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