A series of questions to test just how
much you know about playing poker. Read the
question, decide what you would do and then click on
the question to reveal the
You're in the big blind with a pair of 9's midway through a tournament.
everyone folds to the button, who is an aggressive player and opens with a
fair sized bet. The small blind folds. Should you:
c)Raise small d)Raise big?
d) Raise big and hope he gives you some credit for a big hand. After
all, he could have anything here. Calling is no good, as once the flop
comes down you're probably on a sticky wicket, unless that 7/1 chance of
flopping a set has come true, and folding is out.
2. You've been dealt
pocket Aces close to the money. There are two callers in front of you. Are
you best now to:
a)Fold b)Call c)Raise
c)Raise. This isn't the position or time to get cute; you want to
make people pay to get to the flop. But you wouldn't mind callers,
either, providing you've made a decent bet so going all in would be a
3. It's the same
situation as above, but you have the K-K and there's a call and a raise
before you. You have about ten big blinds left. Do you:
a)Fold b)Call c)Raise d)Go
d)Go all-in. Chances are someone has an
Ace here and if they're going to call and outdraw you, you want them to pay
for the privilege. Even against A-2 you would only be a 7-3 favourite, so
this isn't the time to risk a disaster.