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Table Games BJ on Strip that allows splitting Aces?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Greenstonerjp, May 22, 2016.

  1. Greenstonerjp

    Greenstonerjp Tourist

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    Hello, my local casinos and casinos in WA state only allow spilt ACE once. I've gambled at Bellagios (A year ago) and was told my ACES can spilt up to 4 times. This is a great advantage.

    Unfortunately I didnt have the chance to get 2 ACES on my most recent trips, I wonder is there any other casinos on the strips offer that ?

    Some dealers will offer if you want to see u action card face down or up, I tend to ask my action card face down to add a little more excitement. I guess its better to ask the dealer to do a face up in cases you have 2 or more ACE in this scenario.
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I have never heard of a card being dealt face down on a split. Are you sure you're not confusing that with a double down?

    As for RSA, I have done that on shoe games at Mandalay, MGM Grand, Aria, Bellagio, Caesars, and Wynn
     
  3. Greenstonerjp

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    Ok thanks. Yes, i have dealt face down while splitting aces many times actually. In most casinos, no further action can be done upon spilting aces so I guess it didnt matter if the card is face down or up until I discovered the RSA rule at MGM. Thats why i was curious if any other casinos offer the same rule, this way I will avoid any face down action in the future :D

    I did have dealer offer me if I wanted my card face down or up when I spilt my aces before, not sure if they are trying to be sneaky or they just dont know the RSA rule is in place.

    I'm just so used to spilt Ace once and was surprised to find the RSA rule in place when I gamble at MGM a year ago.