I don't care how people play their hands playing BJ. I am of the mindset that their "bad" play is as likely to help as hurt. Don't want to split your 8's against an A?, no problem. Want to stand with your 16 against a 10 because of a hunch? Sure go for it. However, it has to be within reason. Last week I sat down at a BJ table and about 10 hands in a guy is dealt 3-3 (don't remember what the dealer had) and says he wants to stand. The dealer asked if he was sure and to make sure he knew that he had 6 and couldn't bust. He insisted he wanted to stay. I couldn't play with someone like that and I colored up right away and left. I don't remember him making any bad plays in the few hands I saw him play before that so I thought he had some idea what he was doing. One of the strangest plays I have seen. The dealer didn't bust so he lost. I don't remember if I won my hand or not, I just wanted to get out of dodge.