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
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You're playing in a major no-limit hold'em tournament and are dealt A-A in
middle position. There's a raise and two calls before it gets to you and
everyone involved has more than 50 big blinds. Should you:
b)Call c)Re-Raise d)Go all-in?
c) Re-Raise. Don't let those already in the hand outflop you or give
others the odds to call behind you. If the first raise was to three big
blinds, make it about ten to play, as you want one or two players to see
the flop with you.
2. Everyone behind you
folded and the initial raiser and one other player call. The flop comes A,
6, 4 rainbow, giving you trips. Everyone checks to you, do you:
a)Check. You have the board strangled and need to give the others
every chance to catch up.
3. The turn comes a 5
and one player bets half the pot. The other folds. Do you:
b)Raise. Your opponent could have a hand
where he will pay you off, provided no scare cards come. Again, 3-4 times
the bet is a good amount to raise.