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1)# 5/10 NL. $2,000 stacks. A tight passive player limps in early position. Folded to you in the BB. You hold:
You raise to $40. The early position limper calls. Flop:
You bet $80. The limper calls. Turn:
You bet $200. The limper raises to $475. You call. River:
You check. The limper bets $750. What should you do?
2)# 5/10 NL cash game. $1,250 stacks. UTG limps for $10. You call in middle position with:
One more limp on the button, SB completes and BB checks. Flop:
Blinds check, UTG bets $20 into the $50 pot. You raise to $100. All fold to UTG who calls. Turn is:
UTG checks, you bet $200. He calls. River is:
UTG checks, you bet $330, UTG check raises all-in for your last $610. The UTG player is tight aggressive. He limps about 10% of his hands and raises about 25% pre-flop.
What should you do?
3)# You're in a 10 man sit-n-go with 7 players left and the blinds are 200-400. You have 3600 chips. Everyone at the table has about 3500 chips. You're in middle position and it is folded to you.
What should you do?
4)# Calculate the number of 'outs' opponent 2 has to outright win the hand given all players have moved all in on the turn:
Opponent 1: QCQS Opponent 2: KC7HOpponent 3: 9H9S
5)# 5/10 NL. $1,000 stacks. You raise to $40 from late position. A loose aggressive player in the big blind (who has been re-raising from the blinds a lot) re-raises to $130 and you call.
Your image is also loose aggressive. You and the BB have been in a few big re-raised pots so far--both of you have been bluffing and semi bluffing relentlessly. Flop is:
He makes a $200 continuation bet. Which hand is best if you plan to raise all-in on this flop?
6)# 5/10 NL Holdem. 9 handed. 2000 stacks. You're in the cut-off position with 6h6s. UTG limps, a player in middle position limps as well, and you call in the cut-off. The button raises to 70, everyone calls including the BB, UTG, middle position player and yourself. Flop is:
BB checks, UTG bets 90, middle position folds, you call, button raises to 450. BB pushes all in, UTG thinks then folds. What do you do?
7)# 9 man table tournament. The blinds are 500/1k with an Ante of 100. A weak player UTG limps with 125
k in chips, sb (TAG player) has 80k and completes the bet. Big blind is short stacked with 17k and checks.
The blinds check to UTG who bets out 6k. The SB calls and BB raises to 13k - UTG re-raises to 28k. The SB makes the call after some thought and the bb moves in his remaining chips.
Both SB/UTG check.
The small blind bets 18k in the massive pot. UTG quickly calls - what did the 3 players hold?
SB had AA/KK, UTG had a flush draw, and BB held a set.
SB had a draw, BB had two pair on the flop, and UTG had AA/KK
SB had a set, BB had TT+, and UTG had a flush draw
SB had two pair on the flop, BB had a draw, UTG had A9
8)# 10 man table. 5/10 NL with $1000 stacks. 3 limpers and your check your option in the BB with:
1st limper bets out $20 and the 2nd limper raises to $50. The 3rd limper folds and the action is on you.
Whats your move?
Call, its likely the 2nd limper has a weak ace and you can extract another bet on the turn from him since your out of position
Call, if a blank comes on the turn lead out to protect you big hand
Put in a 3-bet since your out of position and need to protect your hand
Make a substantial raise to $250 to protect from bad players hitting 2-pair or better
9)# Floating is a common tactic that involves calling your opponent on the flop with the intention of bluffing them on the turn and/or river. In order to 'float' your opponent successfully what are the 2 most important factors?
Small stack size and a tight table image
Small stack size and position
Average stack size and early middle position
Large stack size and position
Large stack size and a tight table image
10)# 6 man table. 2/4 NL with $400 Stacks. A player in middle position raises to $15. You're dealt AsAc on the button and re-raise to $45. He calls.
You go heads-up to the flop:
He leads out for $45. What should you do?
Call, If no spade comes on turn, then move all-in