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    11 v T ENHC side counting aces

    imo this decision is very ace sensitive because you are hoping not to get one and for the dealer not to get one so if there is an ace deficit doubling becomes more attractive. does anyone know how many extra aces should already have been played (relative to decks dealt obviously) before you would choose to double?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meistro123 View Post
    imo this decision is very ace sensitive because you are hoping not to get one and for the dealer not to get one so if there is an ace deficit doubling becomes more attractive. does anyone know how many extra aces should already have been played (relative to decks dealt obviously) before you would choose to double?

    In a 6 deck game, you should Double if 4 extra Aces( about 0.7 Ace per deck) already have been played.

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