Quiz on Pre Flop Play

  1. What are the four most important factors to consider when deciding how to play your starting two cards?
  2. Define the following terms:
  3. pocket pair b) big cards c) connectors d) one-gap e) suited ace
  4. Would you prefer to play AKo against two players or seven players?
  5. Would you prefer to play 77 against three players or seven players?
  6. Define early, middle, and late position.
  7. Which pocket pairs can you play in early position, regardless of game conditions? Which pairs can you play if you're in a loose-passive game?
  8. Can you play KTo in early position?
  9. You are in early position and find yourself holding 98s. Under what circumstances can you play this hand?
  10. Under what circumstances can you play a suited ace in middle position?
  11. You have 76s in middle position. There is one caller in front of you. The player to your left has raised the last three pots pre-flop. What should you do?
  12. You have 54s in middle position. There has been very little raising in your game, and an average of six or seven players taking the flop. Three players call in front of you. What should you do?
  13. You are on the button with T8s. Three players call. What do you do? Now consider the same question if the third player raises instead of calls.
  14. Suppose you are one in front of the button. Four players have called in front of you. Would you prefer to have KJo or JTs?
  15. You have 33 on the big blind. Three players call, and the button raises. What should you do?
  16. You have AK on the big blind. Five players call, and nobody raises. What should you do?
  17. You have 74s on the button. In this game, the button pays a time charge equal to the big blind, and the time charge plays for you as a bet. There is a raise and two cold calls in front of you. What should you do?
  18. You have KK in early position. What percentage of the time best describes how often you would raise (rather than call) with this hand: 90%, 50%, or 10%?
  19. You have JTs in middle position. What percentage of the time best describes how often you would raise (rather than call) with this hand: 90%, 50%, or 10%?
  20. You are in late position with AJo. The last five pots have had the pre-flop betting capped. It's been raised twice before it gets to you. What should you do? Suppose you had AJs instead of AJo. What should you do?
  21. Define a dominated hand and give an example.
  22. Under what circumstances would you play Q3o or T5s?

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