# What if dealer and player both have 21?

## What if dealer and player both have 21?

If the dealer exceeds 21 (“busts”) and the player does not, the player wins. If the player attains a final sum higher than the dealer and does not bust, the player wins. If both dealer and player receive a blackjack or any other hands with the same sum called a “push”, no one wins.

## Can you put blackjack on 2 people?

Playing a two makes the next player skip their turn and pick up two instead, unless they can also play a two, in which case the player to their left must pick up four. But the “jacks on twos” rule also applies; black jacks make the next player pick up five cards, but twos can be played on black jacks.

How many cards does each person get in 21?

two cards

Do you split 9s against a 3?

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.

### Do you split 2s against a 7?

Playing 2s and 3s in Single-Deck Blackjack What matters is whether or not players have the option to double following a pair split. In single-deck games where DAS is in place, you should split your deuces against the dealer’s 2 through 7, and hit against all other upcards.

### What cards should you not split in blackjack?

Always split Cards with a value of ten are plentiful in blackjack, so it makes sense to split a pair of aces. If you don’t split your aces, one is given a value of one and the other a value of 11.