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Estrategia de Blackjack Perfect Pairs

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. Translating the blackjack basic strategy chart into plain English makes it a lot easier to memorize.

You can even make up flashcards to help you learn. Use limited data to select advertising. Create profiles for personalised advertising. Use profiles to select personalised advertising. Create profiles to personalise content. Use profiles to select personalised content. Measure advertising performance.

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Of course, if you stop there, you guarantee that you win and lock in the profit. However, I continue playing even I catch a PP. The reason is it is not very unusual to see many PP happen close to one another, and you are actually using the money you win with the initial PP to gain maximum profits, which can be really rewarding.

If you win, you win big. If you lose, you lose what you have won, or in the worst case, you lose your original budget limited to 30 hands play - no more than that. So if you chicken out with the first PP, the consequence could be that your win will not cover your possible losses in your future play.

I have yet another strategy which I will not try until I have big enough bankroll for consistent play.

If you win in the beginning of this second round, you win back everything you lose in the first round plus profits. If you win towards the end of this second round, you are still slightly better off than you stop at the first round. If you are lucky enough to catch a couple of PP or even coloured pairs in the second round, you win big.

This is to apply the Martingale betting system to the PP play, which we will never use for normal BJ play. I know people would ask: what if you lose everything both rounds?

You are going to catch at least one PP somewhere along the way plus other pairs. Even one night you lose everything, most of time you will win and cover all your losses of that night, plus profits. Although I haven't actually played this way, I kept recording what occurred to me for PP play when I was watching instead of playing it , which proves this theory works.

In the long run, you are more likely to be a winner. If you like, you can use a very small amount of money to give it a test with the above mentioned strategy to see if it works.

I believe this is a worth-trying strategy here in Queensland, but not sure about Sydney Star City or Melbourne Crown. If they only pay 25 to 1 for PP, the house edge will be higher. Also, it is better to play PP with CSMs, not shoe games, as the more cards are removed from the shoe, the lower chance you will catch a pair.

The more decks in the machine, the more edge you have in playing PP. So to sum it up: 1 Play PP when there is only one box. Stick to it. Get enough money ready to continue playing this way for at least 7 times consecutively on 7 separate days , and you will see the result if only 1 or 2 times, luck plays a major role.

I prefer the aggressive option, but you can make your own choice. I would like to see debate about this, but I will appreciate reasoning, not assertion. UK Well-Known Member Oct 10, We have PP in the UK - everywhere I have played has. It's been discussed within the forum on occasions, although all of the APs here won't touch it due to it's high HE - around eleven times that of the main bet in a six deck shoe, and over twice that of the 37 notched wheel of fortune.

One of the theoretical questions has been, is there a point when counting cards that that the count will be so high, the probability of pulling a pair, matched coloured pair or perfect pair becomes such that the odds are in favour of making this side bet?

Also, with a greater chance of pulling a 20 or BJ, does that justify making a smaller side bet covered by the increased main bet made in line with the count? I think the answer is yes, although the count would have to be so high the frequency of seeing it would be minute.

There is the dichotomy that the edge on the side bet reduces as more decks are in play, but then the frequency of seeing the count that justifies making the bet reduces as well. If you're playing PPs in a game serviced with a CSM, then there will be no high count as such, and so no increased edge in the main bet to offset the edge in the side bet.

The continuous shuffling effect will, in theory, increase the possibilities of pairs popping out as cards are recycled though, and it would be interesting to see what a computer simulation throws up and if, and by how much, the edge on the side bet reduces.

I've read through your post twice and, correct me if I'm mistaken, it looks as if you are applying a progression system of sorts. If you accept that progressions have a nil effect on the HE you should, they do , then you'll continue to play against a pretty hefty HE, less the continuous shuffling effect.

If you add the two HEs together, you're playing a game with a combined HE of c6. Compare this to three card poker where the combined HE is around c5. Perhaps you ought to consider applying your progression at the 3CP table? I never make the bet myself, although it's fascinating how often people do seem to get paid on the and odds whenever I play for a couple of hours or so.

Good luck. Thank you for your reply Newb But according to my own first hand experience, it doesn't seem to be that high. Within hands range with progression betting, it is very likely you catch at least one PP plus other pairs along the way to make you a possible winner. PP do appear often here in Queensland casinos and the payout is 30 to 1 I believe this is the highest available.

But like I said, use the progression betting once at a time to control the risk. My goal is to win more times than lose in the long run, not to win every time. Consider a player with They are afraid that they are going to bust.

Generally, with the dealer showing the card like, say 9, he is likely to make a hand more often than not making a hand. So when you decide to not hit your 15, in the long run, you are going to end up burning your pocket and a lot of money.

In the case here, if you hit and it ends up over 21, that is okay. At least you gave yourself a shot against the 9, as opposed to being a sitting duck with the A lot of times, players will be a little too aggressive with their hands. When a player has a soft 14 versus a 9, he will do often double down on it.

But that never works out well. It is still true that ha player could make a 6 or a 7 with the 3. Another thing that people usually wish to do is to make moves like splitting up the 10s. This is a very common strategy where everyone at the table probably winces as you do it.

You split these 10s and then you are looking for two 10s or better. Now you gave a 15 and decided to hit it up. Someone lucks out with the 20, but then, on the other hand, he has got an So if the dealer finishes up making a hand, he will more than likely push.

As opposed to if he would have won straight out with a Another thing that falls under the aggressive play would be splitting too often.

Moreover, people will often want to split a pair of 7s. But instead, now you have got two hands that you are stuck with. So if you decide to hit the 16, you can bust, because now you got a 17 that you are stuck with. What is going to happen now is that the player would hope he had a He could have had that, but instead, he got a 14 and the dealer draws to a He lost two bets on that hand that he split.

It involves you betting on your first two cards and has nothing to do with the outcome of the blackjack hand or the dealer's card. Essentially, you're wagering 1) Play PP when there is only one box. 2) Play with CSMs only. 4) Set a win & loss limit plus a time limit and stop when any of them comes The complete guide on how to play Perfect Pairs Blackjack Complete with Strategies, mistakes to avoid, and how to split your pairs

Estrategia de Blackjack Perfect Pairs - Blackjack is a fun game in its basic format. It's social, not too volatile, and is easy to pick up, making it one of every casino's most It involves you betting on your first two cards and has nothing to do with the outcome of the blackjack hand or the dealer's card. Essentially, you're wagering 1) Play PP when there is only one box. 2) Play with CSMs only. 4) Set a win & loss limit plus a time limit and stop when any of them comes The complete guide on how to play Perfect Pairs Blackjack Complete with Strategies, mistakes to avoid, and how to split your pairs

The chart tells you to double on 11 but you can only double on your first two cards. Therefore, you must hit. When we translate the strategy chart into plain English, we use the word "otherwise" when dealing with situations that are different because of multiple cards.

If we were to write out the example above it would be: If you have 11 - double, otherwise hit. Here's how to play basic strategy when there are more than two cards involved written out in plain English.

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 Stand if the dealer has2 thru 6, otherwise hit.

If you have 17 - Always Stand. A soft hand is when one of your starting hands 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. 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. So if you decide to hit the 16, you can bust, because now you got a 17 that you are stuck with.

What is going to happen now is that the player would hope he had a He could have had that, but instead, he got a 14 and the dealer draws to a He lost two bets on that hand that he split. Compared to the guy that split two tens who loses one of them and win with the other.

But he could have stayed and whatever had to happen with the cards would have happened with the cards. But instead, now the player loses the money. The guy who was aggressive with his soft 14 ended up with the hard 12, ending up losing as well.

So there are a lot of mistakes that a lot of players make. So make sure to avoid them and have a good game. Let us go over the ins and outs of splitting the pairs.

There are five cases where you may or may not want to split your pairs. When you want to do a basic split up, you put the same amount of your bet next to your original bet.

Then you make a signal for the dealer. Then the dealer will split your cards. Now, the idea is that you are actually trying to maximize the value of the individual cards as opposed to the pair. So in the case of eights, the player gets an 11 which the dealer could double down their hand if he wants to.

Then if they want to do that again with theirs hoping for This time if the player gets an 18 and that is something.

For example, if you get a 17 and an The dealer is showing a 7. Which is not very strong but it is better to play than a hand like this as an 8 as opposed to splitting up a pair of fours. He is going to get hit, and he is not going to want to split.

About the 20s, never ever split them up. UK Well-Known Member Oct 11, garygo said:. why should we sacrifice our hard-earned chips with card-counting just to try the luck on PP?

I doubt that card counting will ever work for PP bet. How are we going to ensure cards will come out as pairs which precisely arrive at your box and they will be exactly the first two cards dealt to you?

How are we going to decide the accurate ORDER they will be dealt to you as pairs, let alone Perfect Pairs? daddybo Well-Known Member Oct 11, Retun Perfect pair I was quoting for 6 deck which is virtually the standard in the UK. Charles Wells Member Oct 14, PP at crown Hi there Thank you newb99 for such a detailed analysis of this side bet.

Having never played PP or ever gone near a CSM mahogany room at Crown doesnt have them I cannot claim to be an expert on PP with or without CSM. I have always viewed it as another form of roulette to be avoided. I have however spent quite a few hours on the , table in the private room to the right of the mahog room where there are two tables.

On big gambling nights eg Derby day after midnight you will see real money thrown around esp on bacc but I digress. I dont think he even got more than one coloured pair either. My estimation was he invested more than K on this side bet alone and got about 10K back. I assessed him as an novice level counter who bet very aggressively when the TC was high.

Its interesting that the casino staff do not give any heat in this private room even to players going from bets to 10, They dont bat an eyelid. In summary - play PP if you are nuts.

Well-Known Member Oct 14, You can do it! maybe I had the "Perfect Pair Epiphany" several months ago, talked about it privately to a select few. For every denomination eliminated from the deck 7s for example , the probability odds of getting a pair in another denomination increases. If you removed all of the 7s, 8s, and 9s from a shoe, then the probability of being dealt a pair of 6s is higher.

Now, to track this you need to be either keeping 13 different side counts, or not counting cards in the traditional way and just flat betting and running your side count. Without tracking suits also, you are just tracking pair probability say that ten times fast and not PP probability.

Another way to gain an advantage over "normal" conditions on PP is to track suits. Now you have 4 separate counts going and you are waiting for a significant depletion of at least one suit before the probability rises of a PP. Note that the probability of pulling a regular pair will fall when the probability of a PP is higher because of card depletion.

If you took out all of the hearts in a shoe, it would be harder to get a pair of 3s since xxx 3s are missing, but if you do get a pair of 3s there is a higher probability that they will be a matched set since there are less 3s that don't match left in the shoe.

This may be a little easier to keep track of in most peoples' mind. If you have a shortage of red, then you have a higher concentration of black and a higher probability of getting a spade or club, but the probability of them being a pair doesn't really become advantageous without an additional count of at least one denomination.

My suggestion on PP would be to use a team to beat it, 3 people would be great if you could get away with it. I am not going to go into any more detail on that here, but since it involves suit, color and denomination tracking you can probably figure it out.

Ok, somebody run sims on this based on a 6 deck shoe game if they have the brains and time. I have NO idea of where the indexes are on this and what the bets should be like, just how to REDUCE the initial house advantage of this side bet, and have NO idea if there is a probability of GAINING an advantage over the house using any of this.

capone1 Member Oct 15, One casino I played at has the lucky ladies side game. Basically the payouts start if you have any 20 and go up to suited queens, with suited and non-suited picture cards in between.

Only problem is it is literally a crapshoot because the casino in question uses CSM; however, if a shoe game was used it be pretty probable to predict when the pairs would come the question becomes do you play a 2nd or 3rd box or not?

Sonny Well-Known Member Oct 15, Even with decent penetration the side bet is a waste of time. The opportunities are very rare and not that profitable.

Surely there must be better opportunities available in these casinos. You must log in or register to reply here.

Estrategia de Blackjack Perfect Pairs - Blackjack is a fun game in its basic format. It's social, not too volatile, and is easy to pick up, making it one of every casino's most It involves you betting on your first two cards and has nothing to do with the outcome of the blackjack hand or the dealer's card. Essentially, you're wagering 1) Play PP when there is only one box. 2) Play with CSMs only. 4) Set a win & loss limit plus a time limit and stop when any of them comes The complete guide on how to play Perfect Pairs Blackjack Complete with Strategies, mistakes to avoid, and how to split your pairs

If you get a pair delivered to you, you can win a side bet of anywhere from five to one to twenty-five to one payoff depending on your card. According to the rules, if you have a perfect pair, it means you have an absolute match of denomination and number.

This is because you are playing with a total of five decks. For example, if there are two seven of diamonds and if you get both of those, then it would pay off at twenty-five. There is a wide set of situations where a lot of people get wrong.

Let us go into some mistakes that have you have to avoid on a blackjack table. Even a small bad decision may bring in a lot of change into the game. In those cases, the luck can either favor you or the dealer.

The biggest mistake that the players will do is that they will get a little too passive with their hands with 14s, 15s, and 16s. Consider a player with They are afraid that they are going to bust.

Generally, with the dealer showing the card like, say 9, he is likely to make a hand more often than not making a hand. So when you decide to not hit your 15, in the long run, you are going to end up burning your pocket and a lot of money.

In the case here, if you hit and it ends up over 21, that is okay. At least you gave yourself a shot against the 9, as opposed to being a sitting duck with the A lot of times, players will be a little too aggressive with their hands.

When a player has a soft 14 versus a 9, he will do often double down on it. But that never works out well. It is still true that ha player could make a 6 or a 7 with the 3. Another thing that people usually wish to do is to make moves like splitting up the 10s.

This is a very common strategy where everyone at the table probably winces as you do it. You split these 10s and then you are looking for two 10s or better.

Now you gave a 15 and decided to hit it up. Someone lucks out with the 20, but then, on the other hand, he has got an So if the dealer finishes up making a hand, he will more than likely push. As opposed to if he would have won straight out with a Another thing that falls under the aggressive play would be splitting too often.

Moreover, people will often want to split a pair of 7s. But instead, now you have got two hands that you are stuck with. So if you decide to hit the 16, you can bust, because now you got a 17 that you are stuck with.

What is going to happen now is that the player would hope he had a He could have had that, but instead, he got a 14 and the dealer draws to a He lost two bets on that hand that he split. Compared to the guy that split two tens who loses one of them and win with the other.

But he could have stayed and whatever had to happen with the cards would have happened with the cards. But instead, now the player loses the money. The guy who was aggressive with his soft 14 ended up with the hard 12, ending up losing as well.

If you win in the beginning of this second round, you win back everything you lose in the first round plus profits. If you win towards the end of this second round, you are still slightly better off than you stop at the first round.

If you are lucky enough to catch a couple of PP or even coloured pairs in the second round, you win big. This is to apply the Martingale betting system to the PP play, which we will never use for normal BJ play.

I know people would ask: what if you lose everything both rounds? You are going to catch at least one PP somewhere along the way plus other pairs. Even one night you lose everything, most of time you will win and cover all your losses of that night, plus profits.

Although I haven't actually played this way, I kept recording what occurred to me for PP play when I was watching instead of playing it , which proves this theory works. In the long run, you are more likely to be a winner.

If you like, you can use a very small amount of money to give it a test with the above mentioned strategy to see if it works. I believe this is a worth-trying strategy here in Queensland, but not sure about Sydney Star City or Melbourne Crown.

If they only pay 25 to 1 for PP, the house edge will be higher. Also, it is better to play PP with CSMs, not shoe games, as the more cards are removed from the shoe, the lower chance you will catch a pair.

The more decks in the machine, the more edge you have in playing PP. So to sum it up: 1 Play PP when there is only one box. Stick to it. Get enough money ready to continue playing this way for at least 7 times consecutively on 7 separate days , and you will see the result if only 1 or 2 times, luck plays a major role.

I prefer the aggressive option, but you can make your own choice. I would like to see debate about this, but I will appreciate reasoning, not assertion. UK Well-Known Member Oct 10, We have PP in the UK - everywhere I have played has. It's been discussed within the forum on occasions, although all of the APs here won't touch it due to it's high HE - around eleven times that of the main bet in a six deck shoe, and over twice that of the 37 notched wheel of fortune.

One of the theoretical questions has been, is there a point when counting cards that that the count will be so high, the probability of pulling a pair, matched coloured pair or perfect pair becomes such that the odds are in favour of making this side bet? Also, with a greater chance of pulling a 20 or BJ, does that justify making a smaller side bet covered by the increased main bet made in line with the count?

I think the answer is yes, although the count would have to be so high the frequency of seeing it would be minute. There is the dichotomy that the edge on the side bet reduces as more decks are in play, but then the frequency of seeing the count that justifies making the bet reduces as well.

If you're playing PPs in a game serviced with a CSM, then there will be no high count as such, and so no increased edge in the main bet to offset the edge in the side bet. The continuous shuffling effect will, in theory, increase the possibilities of pairs popping out as cards are recycled though, and it would be interesting to see what a computer simulation throws up and if, and by how much, the edge on the side bet reduces.

I've read through your post twice and, correct me if I'm mistaken, it looks as if you are applying a progression system of sorts. If you accept that progressions have a nil effect on the HE you should, they do , then you'll continue to play against a pretty hefty HE, less the continuous shuffling effect.

If you add the two HEs together, you're playing a game with a combined HE of c6. Compare this to three card poker where the combined HE is around c5. Perhaps you ought to consider applying your progression at the 3CP table? I never make the bet myself, although it's fascinating how often people do seem to get paid on the and odds whenever I play for a couple of hours or so.

Good luck. Thank you for your reply Newb But according to my own first hand experience, it doesn't seem to be that high. Within hands range with progression betting, it is very likely you catch at least one PP plus other pairs along the way to make you a possible winner.

PP do appear often here in Queensland casinos and the payout is 30 to 1 I believe this is the highest available. But like I said, use the progression betting once at a time to control the risk. My goal is to win more times than lose in the long run, not to win every time.

I will be interested to see computer simulation on this betting strategy and also test my One Box theory Personally I don't think card counting works for PP. Either the count is high or low, it does not determine your cards will likely come out a pair, does it? There are simply too many possibilities, and compared to the very strict and accurate match of FIRST two cards, high-low card counting is way too rough and even irrelevant.

Also, I do not agree with your theory of "increased edge in the main bet to offset the edge in the side bet". They are two totally separate things. You bet on PP not because the edge in the main bet is high, but PP itself is worth playing if it is not, you never play it, unless you just want to try your luck.

A totally independent bet. Anyway, I am only concerned about CSMs as I think PP is worth playing only with CSMs, not shoe games.

I've said the reason in my main post more cards removed from the shoe, more HE. The bets are indeed totally independent, but I was suggesting using the advantageous edge bet of one to offset the bet of the other returns wise.

If you were applying, say, a betting ramp, at a very high count you'd be betting 12 units rather than just 1 unit as it is prudent to do when playing a CSM flat betting.

You could even bet max minus one and one unit on the PP when the count hit the threshold whatever it might be so the amount bet remained at 12 - but this would reduce the EV a tad.

Perhaps the answer would be to develop a revised count, or have a team of players keeping the count on specifc card types.

jacks, queens etc. On a signal every player at the table could put out bets on the perfect pairs in addition to the usual betting ramp from counting. With the high house edge on the side bet, and a neg EV on the main game, I think your losses will eventually outstrip your winnings - the maths suggest so, even though at present you may be up on the deal.

I've got my edge figures from the Wizard of Odds web site, and Mr Shackleton's calculations are noted to be pretty sound. If your results are different, it's probably solely down to variance and a relatively small statistically speaking sample size.

garygo Active Member Oct 11, newb99 said:. So the win rate on the higher count, with the higher bet, would go some way to covering the costs of the high edge on the side bet. UK Well-Known Member Oct 11, garygo said:. why should we sacrifice our hard-earned chips with card-counting just to try the luck on PP?

I doubt that card counting will ever work for PP bet. How are we going to ensure cards will come out as pairs which precisely arrive at your box and they will be exactly the first two cards dealt to you?

How are we going to decide the accurate ORDER they will be dealt to you as pairs, let alone Perfect Pairs? daddybo Well-Known Member Oct 11, Retun Perfect pair I was quoting for 6 deck which is virtually the standard in the UK.

Charles Wells Member Oct 14, PP at crown Hi there Thank you newb99 for such a detailed analysis of this side bet.

Having never played PP or ever gone near a CSM mahogany room at Crown doesnt have them I cannot claim to be an expert on PP with or without CSM.

My strategy for playing Perfect Pairs (30 to 1 payout)

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