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  • n. Plural form of upcard.


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  • First, splitting pairs such as nines against weak upcards like fives can lead to more advantageous starts; second, splitting pairs such as eights against a seven convert an underdog 16 into two somewhat promising eights.

  • Ability to stand on 12 through 16 against the upcards on which the dealer is most apt to bust trims overall edge by 3.2 percent.


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