How do you play the card color?
During a player’s turn, a player must play 2 cards (one on each pile). On a black card (Spade or Club), a player must play a card of a higher number, or a red card with the SAME value. On a red card (heart or diamond), a player must play a card of a lower value, or a black card with the SAME value. Special cards: Ace.
Do you split 10s against a 6?
You’ve got to remember, however, to split your bankroll in half before you bet, otherwise, you won’t be able to pair split. Unlike doubling down, you can’t pair split for less. The bottom line for splitting 10s against a dealer 5 and 6 is this: Average players should never split and should always stand on 20.
Do you split 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.
Should you split aces?
A pair of aces should always be split because the total of these two cards is 12, a very bad total for the blackjack player. The more important reason, however, is that when you split aces there is a better than average chance that you will receive a ten-valued card on one or both of them.