# Can you split any 10 in blackjack?

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## Can you split anything in blackjack?

In blackjack, the standard rule is that if the player is dealt a pair of identically ranked initial cards, known as a pair, the player is allowed to split them into separate hands and ask for a new second card for each while placing a full initial bet identical to the original wager with each.

## Do you always split 10s?

Not necessarily. Card counters sometimes split 10s when the dealer shows a 5 or 6 but only when the remaining pack of cards is loaded with 10s, which card counters would know because they are tracking the high and low cards.

## Can you split a 10 and a Jack in blackjack?

Rules for splitting hands

It is possible to Split twice within one hand. Say you are originally dealt a 10 and a Jack, and you choose to Split. You now have two hands in play (10 & J). If the next card you are dealt on your 10 is a Queen, you have the option to Split again.

## Do you split 9s against a 5?

Splitting 9s

According to basic strategy, you should split 9s against every numeric card a dealer holds, except for a 7. The reason is that if the dealer holds a seven, he stands a great chance of holding a 10 hole card and will stand on his hard 17, thus your 9-9 will win.

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## Should you ever split face cards in blackjack?

The disadvantage of splitting cards in blackjack

While you stand to win twice as much in a hand by splitting, logic dictates that you can also lose twice as much if it goes wrong. The risk is why we don’t recommend splitting every single pair, all of the time.

## When should you split in blackjack?

Splitting is a good idea if you get low cards. Elsewhere, multi-hand blackjack gives you the chance to play five hands at the same time. It’s a good opportunity for splitting pairs across multiple hands.

## Do you split 6s in blackjack?

If the playing rules allow you to resplit, then it is advantageous for you to do so. For example, if you are dealt a pair of 6s against a dealer’s 5 upcard, you should split them. Suppose on the first 6, you are dealt another 6 on the draw. You should resplit to form a third hand.

## Can you split and double down?

splitting pairs- If you are dealt two cards with equal value or any two ten-value cards, you may “split” them into two separate hands. … You may “double down” on any two cards except for a natural Blackjack. You can also “double down” after “splitting” a pair.