Super Fun 21 Strategy

In the article given below we consider the short review of the Super Fun 21 blackjack card game strategy for a soft hand and for splitting pairs.

Strategy for a soft hand

Let's view the Super Fun 21 strategy for soft hands in order to raise your chance for winning:

  • Soft 13 (further just S): the dealer (further just D) has 5 or 6 face-up - use double down; your hit vs. other variants of face-up cards;
  • S 14: the D shows 4, 5 or 6 - use double down; your hit vs. 4 if the soft 14 is compound with 3 or more cards; your hit vs. other dealer's cards;
  • S 15 , S 16: the D shows 4, 5 or 6 - use double down; your hit vs. 4 with 3 or more cards; your hit vs. 5 or 6 with 4 or more cards; your hit vs. other variants of the dealer's cards; 
  • S 17: your hit vs. 7 through an Ace; your double vs. 2 through 6; avoid hitting vs. 2 or 3 with 3 or more cards; your hit vs. 4 or 5 with 4 or more cards; your hit vs. 6 with 5 cards;
  • S 18: here we find the most knotty decision for Super Fun 21 game: your hit vs. 9, 10 or an Ace; the D shows 2 - just stand (avoid hitting with 3 or more cards); the D shows 7 or 8 - just stand (avoid hitting with 4 or more cards); your double vs. 3 through 6; avoid hitting vs. 3, 4 or 5 with 4 or more cards; your hit vs. 6 with 5 cards;
  • S 19: the D shows 6 - use double down; avoid hitting with five cards; stand vs. other variants of face-up cards; avoid hitting vs. 10 with 4 or more cards and vs. other variants with 5 cards;
  • S 20: just stand and avoid hitting with 5 cards;
  • S 21: just stand.

Strategy for splitting pairs

The story with splitting strategy is less complicated then the given one above. As and in standard blackjack you should always split 8's and Aces and never use splitting with 10's and 5's.

Let's consider the full strategy for splitting pairs for Super Fun 21 card game:

  • Pairs of 2's or 3's (further just P): the dealer (further just D) shows 2 through 7 - your split; your hit vs.  through an Ace;
  • P of 4's: the D shows 5, or 6 - your split; your hit vs. other variants of face-up cards;
  • P of 5's: just use double down;
  • P of 6's: the D shows 2 through 7 - your split; your hit vs. 8 through an Ace;
  • P of 7's: the D shows 2 through 8 - your split; your hit vs. 9 or an Ace; the D has 10 face-up - just surrender;
  • P of 8's: just split;
  • P of 9's: the D has 7 or 10 face-up - just stand; split vs. other variants of face-up cards;
  • P of 10's: just stand;
  • P of Aces: just split.
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