Quote:railerI assume that the Wizard's composite dependent strategy tables only include the first hand dealt. So, would there be an added edge to playing composite strategy after splits as well?

It seems like it would be the same as with splits, doubles and so forth. But other might know more.

Quote:jackmagic777Unfortunately i have been unable to find a strategy chart that compensates for the idiot at 3rd base taking the dealer's break card. SIGH

Tell me you're kidding.............. Please?

Quote:railerI assume that the Wizard's composite dependent strategy tables only include the first hand dealt. So, would there be an added edge to playing composite strategy after splits as well?

That's correct.

Hit multi-card 16 v dealer 10 and Ace

Hit 10,2 v dealer 4

Thoughts...?

Quote:aceofspadesI have always used the following composite based strategy:

Hit multi-card 16 v dealer 10 and Ace

Hit 10,2 v dealer 4

Thoughts...?

The first one you would stand on a multi-card 16 vs. 10. The second, I'm not sure if it's always hit a 10, 2 vs. 4, depending on the count, but yes, you can go with the hit.

Quote:BigJerThe first one you would stand on a multi-card 16 vs. 10. The second, I'm not sure if it's always hit a 10, 2 vs. 4, depending on the count, but yes, you can go with the hit.

Yes you are right - I tried going back to edit it but the edit function is not available

Quote:aceofspadesYes you are right - I tried going back to edit it but the edit function is not available

I think the composite dependent rule is hit 16 into a T or A unless your hand contains a 4 or 5.