Pathfinder or blackjack
331. He maintained a collection of pornographic material relating to sex with young boys, in their early teens. Именно там подружки и решили, что нужно снять с себя лифчики и дать своей прекрасной груди тоже немного отдохнуть от тесных оков.
He wanted to get inside Jake's tight, moist and ready anus so much. Зажигает с развратной соседкой, засаживая член в ее дырочки. Под конец сборов привлекательная сучка решает полностью сменить образ и надевает черные чулки, после чего возбуждается и нагнувшись раком, раздвигая булки руками, чтобы показать две сочные дырочки. I began pumping her.
Poker players know this as the "Dead Man's Hand. To basic strategy blackjack players aces and eights have entirely different meanings. The common wisdom spouted by experienced players, dealers and pit bosses, is: "Always split aces and eights. Virtually all players would agree that splitting aces makes sense as blackjack basic strategy. Who wouldn't trade one hand starting with a total of 12, for two hands starting with 11 each?
Only a moron would keep the Sure, it makes sense to split those eights in two when the dealer is showing a potential bust card.
Who wants a blackjack hand totaling 16? No one. So if the dealer's got a five up, or a deuce, or any other pitiful low card, I'd rather take my chances with two hands starting with 8, than one lousy, rotten But that's as far as the "common wisdom" may seem to make sense. When the dealer's got a scare card showing-any nine, ten, or ace-why on earth would I want to split my 8s? Sure, I know a 16 still looks like a loser. But two hands starting with 8 each against these scare cards just looks like two losers.
In Beat the Dealer, Ed Thorp says that one of the hands that convinced the pit bosses that he was a complete fool back when he first hit Las Vegas as a blackjack card counter back in was a pair of eights. As per his computer analysis, he always split them. Before computers came along, it was not common wisdom to always split 8s. Is there an understandable logic behind this basic strategy play? What if, instead of splitting 8s, casinos allowed us to "toss" one eight whenever we were dealt a pair, and take our chances instead with whatever card the dealer dealt us to replace it?
That's a no-brainer. A total of 8 isn't nearly so bad a start on a blackjack hand as a total of With the 8, you have a pretty decent chance of drawing a ten for an 18 total. And although I'm not exactly thrilled with the idea of pitting my 18 against the dealer's ten up I sure do like it better than a 16!