С большой вероятностью, верно.
1)10 man table. 5/10 NL with $1000 stacks. 3 limpers and your check your option in the BB with:
ANSWER: Put in a 3-bet since your out of position and need to protect your hand
2) World Series of Poker, Main Event. They're 750 players left and you have 75k in chips (700 Payout). The table has been Loose-Aggressive.The blinds are 2k/4k with a 200 ante. UTG (60k stack) raise to 12k, the player next to him moves in for 100k. Another players in middle position moves all-in for 80k. The player on the button is Phil Ivey sitting with 1 million in chips and says 'Lets Gamble, All-in.'
Its folded around to the big blind where you hold:
3)5/10 NL cash game. $1,000 stacks. 6 handed. You are in middle position with:
4)You're short-stacked in an MTT and have pocket 7h7d. You have been re-raised by an opponent to kill the action and your positive he has a big pair. Which hand would you prefer to be up against if you were to call?
ANSWER: same odds for both
5)5/10 NL. $1,000 stacks. One player limps in early, you limp in late with:
6)Calculate the number of 'outs' opponent 2 has to outright win the hand given all players have moved all in on the turn:
7)Your deep in a tournament with the blinds 500/1k. It's folded around to the Cut-off who raises to 3k. (Starting Stack 20k). Fortunately you have a few key pieces of information about your opponent in the cut-off. He has an aggressive-passive style and just recently took a few bad beats and often does not like playing against opponents who come over the top. You're dealt Jh9h on the button (Starting Stack 50k) and re-raise to 8k. It folds around to your opponent who moves all-in! What odds do you face on the worst possible scenario?
ANSWER: You're a 5.53 to 1 underdog
8)Given the following scenario which of the following opponents is favored to win the pot?
ANSWER: Opponent 2
9)Tournament. 300/600 blinds with 220 players left (top 100 pay). You've got 30,000 in chips. It's folded to you on the button and you raise to 1600 with 10h7h. Both blinds call.
ANSWER: Call, because odds aren't quite there but you've got plenty of chips
10)5/10 NL cash game. $1,000 stacks. 6 handed. You are in middle position with:
11)ENOUGH 18k TO PLAY LIVE CASINO?
Вопрос там немножко по-другому обозначен
12)Tournament. Blinds are 200-400 with 25 antes. You have 14,000 chips. 9 handed.
You are in the cutoff seat with:
13)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:QQ Opponent 2:K8 Opponent 3:99
14)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.