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An Ace has a value of 11, unless it would bust your hand, at which point it becomes 1. Quoting from Wikipedia due to lack of an official online source for blackjack rules :. If a player holds an ace valued as 11, the hand is called "soft", meaning that the player cannot go bust by taking an additional card; the value of the ace will become 1 to prevent the hand from exceeding Otherwise, the hand is "hard".
In your example of an Ace an a 2, that's a Soft If you draw another card, and that card would push you past 21, you don't bust because your Ace will now count as a 1. A common rule for casino tables is that the dealer must hit on a Soft 17 meaning a hand with a value of 17, containing an Ace valued 11 - if they were operating under rules as suggested in the question, that would make the Ace the worst draw for a dealer and therefore the casino , as a 17 containing an Ace would mean only a 2, 3 or 4 would not make them bust.
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that casinos wouldn't blow themselves out in such a manner. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. If Dealer is dealt an ace, and then dealt another card, will he bust? Ask Question. Asked 2 years, 7 months ago. Active 5 months ago. Viewed 18k times. I recently saw this play not in an official casino, but essentially friends playing with themselves : Dealer was dealt a 2 and an Ace.
Being forced to hit, dealer was dealt a Player argued that it was a 23, therefore a bust because Ace would be counted as That's set. What's confusing? Oak Oak 1 1 gold badge 2 2 silver badges 7 7 bronze badges. This sounds fascinating, so you have a source for the lawsuit? I'd love to read more. I'm wondering if the judge would argue "once an ace is 11, it's 11" applies also to a non-dealer player.