Quiz on Post Flop Play

  1. Give three reasons why the flop is the most crucial point in a hold'em hand.
  2. What is the most common mistake made by low-limit hold'em players on the flop?
  3. What is the most important use of the check-raise in low-limit hold'em games?
  4. How should you normally play Aa-Qa if the flop comes Qf-Jv-2* and you were the only one who raised before the flop?
  5. How should you normally play A*-5a in late position if the flop comes A v-8 4-4*, there has been no raise before the flop, and you have six opponents?
  6. How should you normally play Qv-Q* in early position against five opponents if the flop comes A*-T>-4^ and there was one raise pre-flop?
  7. If you have and the flop comes T*-9*-4*, what should you do, and why?
  8. Suppose you have Kv-K*, you have raised before the flop, and six players take the flop, which comes K+-74-2v. What should you normally do?
  9. You have A*-T* on the button. Six people take the flop, which comes J*-9^-4*. There's a bet and three calls in front of you. What should you normally, do?
  10. You have 9v-8v in late position. There is no raise pre-flop, and five people take the flop, which comes T^-6*-3*. It is checked until the player to your right bets. What should you normally do? Now assume the same situation, but there was one raise pre-flop. What should you normally do?
  11. Suppose you have T*-T> in middle position, there is a raise before the flop and five callers. The flop comes T v-8 ¥-8 a. How should you normally play? What would be a reasonable alternative play?
  12. Suppose you have 5on the big blind and get to see the flop for "free." The flop comes 4*-7*-6v. You have four opponents. How should you normally play?
  13. You have J♦ -T ♦ on the button and are the fourth caller (no raise). The flop comes 7*-6¥-2¥. There is a bet and one call in front of you. How should you normally play? Now suppose the flop comes 9*-4v-2f. How does this change the situation?
  14. You have 6 A-5 A in middle position with four opponents, and no raise pre-flop. The flop comes T*-6*-3*. There's a bet and a caller in front of you. What is typically the best play in this situation?
  15. You have A ♦ - A A in late position and raise before the flop, ending up with two opponents. The flop comes K*-T*-4t. The first player to act bets, the second folds. You raise and the first player makes it three bets. What would be reasonable plays in this situation?
  16. You have Q*-J* on the big blind, and there are five callers including you. The flop comes 8v-J^-2v. You check, as does everybody else until the last player to act, who bets. You check-raise, and the original bettor is the only one to call. Now the T* comes on the turn. What should you normally do?
  17. You have Av-9¥ on the button and are one of six callers. The flop comes A*-3^-8*. You bet and get two callers. The turn is the 6 A — they check, you bet, and they call. The river card is the J* and again they both check. What's probably your best play here?
  18. You have A , you raise under the gun, and get three callers. The flop comes 7v-K*-3*. You check, planning to check-raise, but it's checked around. The turn is the Jv, you bet and get one caller. The river is the 8A. Should you bet or check, and why?

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