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Home > Playing Pairs

Playing Pairs

Below is our guide on how to play Pairs when playing online Blackjack, the game listed is Microgamings Big Five Blackjack game which lets players surrender their hand at certain times of the game.

Standing a Pair of 2's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 2's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 2's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 2's.

Splitting a Pair of 2's - Always Split a Pair of 2's if the dealer is showing a card worth seven or lower in value.

Surrendering a Pair of 2's - You should never Surrender a Pair of 2's.

Hitting a Pair of 2's - Always Hit a Pair of 2's if the dealer has a card worth eight or higher (including an Ace).

Standing a Pair of 3's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 3's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 3's - Never Double Down a Pair of 3's.

Splitting a Pair of 3's - Always Split a Pair of 3's if the dealer is showing a card worth seven or lower in value.

Surrendering a Pair of 3's - You should never Surrender a Pair of 3's.

Hitting a Pair of 3's - Always Hit a Pair of 3's if the dealer has a card worth eight or higher (including an Ace).

Standing a Pair of 4's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 4's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 4's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 4's.

Splitting a Pair of 4's - Always Split a Pair of 4's if the dealer is showing a card worth five or six.

Surrendering a Pair of 4's - You should never Surrender a Pair of 4's.

Hitting a Pair of 4's - Always Hit a Pair of 4's if the dealer has a card which is not a .five or six.

Standing a Pair of 5's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 5's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 5's - Double Down When you hand is a Pair of 9's or lower in value.

Splitting a Pair of 5's - Never Split a Pair of 5's.

Surrendering a Pair of 5's - You should never Surrender a Pair of 5's.

Hitting a Pair of 5's - Always Hit a Pair of 5's if the dealer has a card worth ten or eleven.

Standing a Pair of 6's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 6's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 6's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 6's.

Splitting a Pair of 6's - Always Split a Pair of 6's if the dealer is showing a card worth seven or lower in value.

Surrendering a Pair of 6's - You should never Surrender a Pair of 6's.

Hitting a Pair of 6's - Always Hit a Pair of 6's if the dealer has a card worth seven or higher (including an Ace).

Standing a Pair of 7's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 7's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 7's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 7's.

Splitting a Pair of 7's - Always Split a Pair of 7's if the dealer is showing a card worth seven or lower in value.

Surrendering a Pair of 7's - Surrender a Pair of 7's only when the dealer is showing a 10.

Hitting a Pair of 7's - Always Hit a Pair of 7's if the dealer has a card worth eight, nine or an Ace.

Standing a Pair of 8's - There will be no times when you should stand any Pair of 8's you have been dealt.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 8's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 8's.

Splitting a Pair of 8's - Always Split a Pair of 8's unless the dealer is showing a card worth ten or an Ace.

Surrendering a Pair of 8's - Surrender a Pair of 8's only when the dealer is showing a 10.

Hitting a Pair of 8's - Always Hit a Pair of 8's if the dealer has a an Ace.

Standing a Pair of 9's - Stand a Pair of 9's only when the deal is showing a seven, ten or an Ace.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 9's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 9's.

Splitting a Pair of 9's - Always Split a Pair of 9's unless the dealer is showing a card worth seven, ten or an Ace.

Surrendering a Pair of 9's - Never Surrender a Pair of 9's.

Hitting a Pair of 9's - Never Hit a Pair of 9's.

Standing a Pair of 10's - Always Stand a Pair of 10's.

Doubling Down on a Pair of 10's - Never Double Down on a Pair of 10's.

Splitting a Pair of 10's - Never Split a Pair of tens.

Surrendering a Pair of 10's - Never Surrender a Pair of 10's.

Hitting a Pair of 10's - Never Hit a Pair of 10's.


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