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Before the Flop -You are in late position and have jack ten offsuit (JTo). All players before you fold. What
should you do according to

the Starting Hands Chart?

raise

1/20: Before the Flop -You are in late position and have ace eight suited (A8s). A player before you calls.
What should you do according to the Starting Hands Chart?

Call


5/20: Basics -You have earned a $460 bankroll. What limit can you move up to with this amount?

NL20 (Blinds: 0.05/0.10)

Before the Flop -You are in late position and have king jack suited (KJs). Two players before you call. What
should you do according to the Starting Hands Chart?

you fold

Before the Flop -You are in middle position and have queen jack offsuit (QJo). All players before you fold.
What should you do according to the Starting Hands Chart?

You fold

15/20: Before the Flop -You are in early position and have ace jack offsuit (AJo). A player before you
raises. What should you do according to the Starting Hands Chart?

fold

Basics -You want to move up to limit NL4. How much money do you need to have in your bankroll?

You are in middle position and have six five suited (65s). A player before you calls. What should you do
according to the Starting Hands Chart?

You call

You are in late position and have king queen suited (KQs). A player before you raises. What should you do
according to the Starting Hands Chart?

You fold

You are in late position and have king ten suited (KTs). A player before you calls. What should you do
according to the Starting Hands Chart?

You call

Basics -You have earned a $560 bankroll. What limit can you move up to with this amount?

NL20 (Blinds: 0.10/0.20)


Basics -You have earned a $480 bankroll. What limit can you move up to with this amount?

NL10 (Blinds: 0.05/0.10)

You are in early position and have king ten offsuit (KTo).

fold

You are in early position and have ten nine suited (T9s). All players before you fold. What should you do
according to the Starting Hands Chart?

fold

You’re playing NL10 with the big blind at $0.10. All players before you fold preflop. You
want to raise. How much do you raise to?

..
$0.60
.
$0.40
..
$0.80



You’re in early position before the flop and hold ace queen. One player before you calls.
What do you do?
..
You raise.
.
You fold.
..
You call.



Before the flop, one opponent raises to $0.40. Another player calls the raise. If you
wanted to make another raise, which amount would you re-raise to?
..
$1.20
.
$1.60
..
$2.00



You’re in middle position before the flop and hold king queen of different suits. One
player before you calls. What do you do?


..
You call.


..
You raise.

.
You fold.


You’re in middle position and hold ace two, both hearts. Two players before you call.
What do you do?
.
You fold.
..
You raise.
..
You call.



You’re in middle position before the flop and hold king queen, both hearts. One player
before you calls. What do you do?
..
You fold.
..
You raise.
.
You call.



Before the flop, an opponent raises to $0.40. No one calls. If you wanted to make another
raise, which amount would you re-raise to?
..
$1.20
..
$2.00
.
$1.60



You’re in late position before the flop and hold a five and a four of different suits. All
players before you fold. What do you do?
.
You fold.
..
You call.
..
You raise.



You’re in late position and hold a pair of queens. One player before you raises. What do
you do?
.
You raise.
..
You call.
..
You fold.



All players before you fold before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds
should you raise to?
..
3 big blinds
.
4 big blinds
..
6 big blinds



You’re in late position and hold ace king. One player before you raises, another player
re-raises. What do you do?


..
You raise.
..
You call.
.
You fold.



You’re in late position and hold jack nine, both hearts. Two players before you call.
What do you do?
..
You call.
..
You raise.
.
You fold.



Two players call before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds should you
raise to?
..
8 big blinds
.
6 big blinds
..
4 big blinds



How to play after the flop


You have a two pair on the flop. An opponent bets. In which case should you raise
immediately?
.
If strong draws are possible.
..
If you raised before the flop.
..
If you only have one opponent.



When does slowplay make sense?
..
When you are playing aggressively.
.
When your opponents play aggresively.
..
When your opponents play passively.



You raised before the flop with ace queen and one opponent called. The flop comes
queen, eight, and ten, offsuit. Your opponent is to act before you and bets. What do you
do?
.
You raise.
..
You call.
..
You fold.



You can burn quite a bit of money by bluffing. Which of the following conditions should
be met in most situations before trying to bluff?
.
Your hand might still improve.
..
Your hand is not very likely to improve.
..
The pot is small.




You raised before the flop with ace king and one opponent called. The flop brings 2
spades and a king. You’re the first to act and bet. Your opponent calls. The turn arrives
with a third spade. You’re first to act. What do you?
..
You check and call if someone makes a bet.
.
You bet.
..
You check and fold if someone makes a bet.



You’re on the flop and make a bet. You are betting for value if…
..
…you at least hold a top pair.
.

opponents with weaker cards could call.
..
…opponents with better cards could fold.



You call a raise preflop holding two eights. There’s just you and the opponent on the
flop. The flop arrives with four, seven, and two in different suits. The other player bets.
What do you do?
..
You fold.
.
You raise.
..
You call.



You raised before the flop with ace king. One opponent called. The flop comes with
four, nine and two in different suits. You bet. Your opponent calls. The turn brings a
second four. What do you do?
..
You check and decide to call if someone makes a bet.
..
You check and decide to fold if someone makes a bet.
.
You bet.



Which of the following plays doesn’t fall into the category of “pot control”?
.
You bet on the flop, bet on the turn and bet on the river.
..
You bet on the flop, check on the turn and check on the river.
..
You check on the flop, bet on the turn and check on the river.



To protect your hand, you…
..
…check or call.
.
…bet or raise.
..
…check or fold.



How do you profit from slowplay?
.
It gets your opponent to bet with a weaker hand.
..
It allows your opponent to stay in the game as he is hoping for a draw.
..
It makes your opponent play too passively.




Which of the following plays doesn’t fall into the category of “pot control”?
..
You bet on the turn and check on the river.
.
You bet on the turn and go all-in on the river.
..
You check on the turn and check on the river.



What does playing “for value”
mean?
..
Picking your starting hands very carefully.
..
Playing draws as if they were already completed.
.
Getting money in the pot from opponents with weaker hands when you are holding a


stronger hand.


You raised before the flop with ace queen. The flop comes 8, 7, and 5 offsuit. What do
you do?
..
You bet, no matter what.
..
You bet when you have a maximum of 3 opponents.
.
You bet if you have one opponent.



You raise before the flop with two queens. Two of your opponents call. The flop brings
two nines and a seven. You bet. The first opponent folds, the second raises your bet. What
do you do?
..
You fold.
.
You raise again.
..
You call.



What’s your main goal when playing for “pot control”?
.
Keeping the pot small.
..
Protecting your hand.
..
Making the pot big.



Bankroll Management


How many buy-ins for a specific limit do you need in order to move up to this limit?
..
At least 30 buy-ins.
.
At least 25 buy-ins.
..
At least 35 buy-ins.



You have $120 in your bankroll. Which is the highest limit you can play with this
amount?
..
NL10 (The big blind is $0.10).
.
NL4 (The big blind is $0.04).
..
NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).




Sometimes things don’t work out well for you right away. In this case, you’d be better
off moving down a limit. Which rule should you follow in this scenario?
..
Move down when you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.
.
Move down when you only have 25 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.
..
Move down when you only have 20 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.



You want to move up to limit NL10. How much money do you need to have in your
bankroll?
..
$300
.
$250
..
$125



You can’t always win in poker. When should you move down a limit?
..
When you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.
.
When you only have 25 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.
..
When you only have 20 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left.



What’s Bankroll Management good for?
..
It tells you when you should leave the table based on your losses.
.
It tells you when you can move up a limit or when you should move down a limit.
..
It tells you when you should leave the table based on your profit.



You want to move up to limit NL25. How much money do you need to have in your
bankroll?
..
$250
..
$325
.
$625



You have $50 in your bankroll. Which is the highest limit you can play with this
amount?
.
NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).
..
NL10 (the big blind is $0.10).
..
NL4 (the big blind is $0.04).



You want to move up a limit. Which of the following guidelines is correct?
.
You need to have at least 25 buy-ins for the next highest limit.
..
You need to have at least 20 buy-ins for the next highest limit.
..
You need to have at least 35 buy-ins for the next highest limit.



You have $90 in your bankroll. Which is the highest limit you can play with this
amount?


..
NL4 (the big blind is $0.04).
..
NL10 (the big blind is $0.10).
.
NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).



A poker player’s most important tool for long-term success is called bankroll
management. It enables you to steadily move up the limits. It tells you…
.
which limits you can play based on your account balance.
..
at what point you should leave the table based on your wins.
..
at what point you should leave the table based on your losses.



If you only have 20 buy-ins for the next lowest limit left, you need to move back down to
that limit. Is this correct?
..
No, it’s 30 buy-ins.
.
No, it’s 25 buy-ins.
..
Yes, it’s 20 buy-ins.



You're playing NL10 with the big blind at $0.10. Two players before you call preflop and
you want to raise. How much do you raise to?

$0.40

$0.60

$0.80

When does a bluff make sense?

When you only have one opponent.

20/20: When should you not slowplay?

When your hand could still be outdrawn.

You raise before the flop with Ace King and two opponents call. The flop arrives with King,
Queen, and Nine in different suits. The first opponent bets, the second opponent raises. What
do you do?

You fold.

You raised to $0.40 before the flop. An opponent raises to $0.80 behind you. If you were to


re-raise, how much would you re-raise to?

You would go all-in.

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. When do you leave the
table?

When you have 25 big blinds or more.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 0.15/0.25 (NL25), then suddenly you
get hit by a downswing: you have one losing session after the other. What is the critical
bankroll mark at which you need to move back down to 0.05/0.10 (NL10), where the big
blind is $0.10?

$60

Before the flop -you're in late position with Ace Ten. What do you do when no-one has
raised before you?

You raise.

Before the flop you have an ace and a five of diamonds in your hand (A5s). Your hand is not
listed in the starting hands chart. How do you play with A5s?

You do not invest any more money in it.

YouareplayingNL10,thereforethebigblindis$0.10. Twoplayershavelimpedbefore you
and you want to raise. How much do you raise to if two players before you have called the big
blind?

$0.60

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet. When
do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.


You are in late position and hold an ace and a king (AK) before the flop. What do you do if
there has been a raise and a re-raise before you?

You fold.

You raised before the flop with a pair of nines (99), and another player re-raises you. Your
original raise was $0.40 and you have $1.20 left. What do you do?

You fold.

Downswings can put your bankroll in danger. How do you protect yourself?

You move down a limit when your losses get too big.

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. When do you leave the
table?

When you have 25 big blinds or more.

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet. When
do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.

What do you call a hand that is made up of three of a kind and a pair?

Full-house

You are in late position. Everyone folded in front of you. The three players behind you have
1000, 1200 and 800 chips respectively. The Big Blind is 100 chips. Are you confronted with a
Push-or-Fold decision?

Yes

In a tournament you primarily want to?

Survive

You're in early position before the flop and hold Ace Queen. One player before you calls.
What do you do?

You fold

You have $120 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this
amount?


NL4 (The big blind is $0.04).

You're in late position and hold a pair of Queens. One player before you raises, then another
player re-raises. What do you do?

You fold.

You raise before the flop with two Queens. Two opponents call. The flop brings two Nines
and a Seven. You bet. The first opponent folds, the second raises your bet. What do you do?

You raise again.

All players before you fold before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth do
you raise?

4 big blinds

Sometimes it doesn't quite work out right away, so you'd be better off moving down a limit.
What's the rule in this scenario?

Move down when you have 25 buy-ins for the next lower limit in your balance.

You're on the flop and bet. Your bet is a value bet if...

opponents with weaker cards call.

Two players call before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth should you
raise?

6 big blinds

Which of the following plays doesn't come under the category "pot control"?

You bet on the turn and go all-in on the river.

You've got two pair on the flop. An opponent bets. In what case should you raise
immediately?

If strong draws are likely.

You can burn through quite a bit of money when bluffing. When does it make sense to bluff,
if at all?

When your hand could still improve.

You want to move up a limit. Which of the following guidelines is correct?

You need to have at least 25 buy-ins (for the higher limit) in your balance.

You have $90 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this


amount?

NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).

You raise before the flop with Ace King. An opponent calls. The flop comes with Four, Nine
and Two in different suits. You bet. Your opponent calls. The turn brings a second Four.
What do you do?

You check and decide to fold any further bets.

An opponent ahead of you raised to $0.40 before the flop. If you would re-raise, how much
would you re-raise to?

You would go all-in.

In which situation is a player able to raise

if at least one opponent already made a bet

You're in middle position before the flop and hold a King Queen, both of different suits. One
player before you calls. What do you do?

You fold

A bet can only be a value bet if...

your opponent possibly holds a weaker card.

You are in the Big Blind. The player in the Small Blind raises after all others folded. You
both have just over 14 Big Blinds und you hold a pair of nines. What do you do?

Move all-in

Yourboyfriend's/girlfriend's birthdayis comingup and you want to buyan expensive
present. You decide to earn a little extra by playing in limits beyond your bankroll and end up
broke. Now all you can afford are some flowers and a new pair of socks. What have you
learned?

Never forget the importance of bankroll management!

What does the entry QQ in the Starting-Hands-Chart stand for?

For two queens

You and your opponent both have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in the Small Blind
with a pair of eights. Everyone foldd in front of you. What do you do?


Raise

All players have more than 24 Big Blinds. There was one raise in front of you and one player
called the raise. If you raise again, to how many Big Blinds do you raise?

To 16 Big Blinds

What determines your style of play in a tournament?

The chip counts

If you are in the Cutoff, which positiongroup are you in?

In late position

Which poker hand has the higher rank: a pair of jacks or a pair of tens?

a pair of jacks

You raised before the flop and hit top pair with queen kicker. It's your turn and you want to
bet. When do go directly all-in?

When a bet would be more than half of the chips left in your stack

You hold an ace and a king as your starting cards. The flop is two sixes and an ace. What do
you have to watch out for now?

That you cannot allow the pair of sixes in your calculation because any player can use it
and even allows for three of a kind.

You raise before the flop with Ace Queen. The flop arrives with 8, 7, and 5 in different suits.
What do you do?

You bet, when you have only one opponent.

When does a bluff make sense?

If it makes your opponents give up.

If you're protecting your cards, what action are you performing?

You're making it as expensive as possible for players to see the upcoming community
cards.

If you have 20 buy-ins for a certain limit, you can move up to this limit. Is this correct?

No, you need 25 buy-ins.

In the round before the flop, 9 players have to act behind you. Which position are you in?


In early position

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. Things are going well and you've won
some money. When is it time to leave the table?

When you have more than $2.50 (25 Big Blinds).

You are in the Big Blind. The player in the Small Blind raises after all others folded. You
both have just over 14 Big Blinds und you hold a king and a queen (KQ). What do you do?

Move all-in

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in late position with an
ace and a queen. Two players entered the hand in front of you but didn't raise. What do you
do?

Raise to 6 Big Blinds

Youareplaying NL10 with$0.10 Big Blinds. Two opponents have called ahead of you and
you want to raise. You raise to...

$0.60

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in the Small Blind
with an ace and a jack. Everyone folded in front of you. What do you do?

Raise

Can you always win in poker?

No

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in middle position
with a pair of jacks. There was one raise in front of you. What do you do?

Move all-in

You are in late position. Everyone folded in front of you. The two players behind you have
1500 and 800 chips respectively. The Big Blind is 100 chips. Are you confronted with a Pushor-
Fold decision?

It depends on your chip stack

It is pre-flop and there was a raise and re-raise ahead of you. What is the smallest pocket pair
you can continue playing with here?

A pair of kings.


You are in early position with pocket tens before the flop. What do you do when no one
raises ahead of you?

You fold.

Youhave made your waytothe$2 buy-in limit. Then it suddenlydoesn't workfor you
anymore. When should you move down in limits to $1 buy-in?

With a bankroll of $36

You want to move up to a higher limit. To do this, your bankroll needs to have reached a
certain size. How many buy-ins of a specific limit do you need to have in your account in
order to move up to that limit?

30 buy-ins.

Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Youhave $2.45. Before you, an
opponent has raised to $0.40 and you want to re-raise. How much do you raise to?

$1.20

You have $300 in your poker account. What is the highest limit you can afford to play?

0.25/0.50 NL50

You are in late position with pocket eights before the flop. What do you do when no one
raises ahead of you?

You raise.

Sometimes there are phases where things aren't going well and you need to move down to a
lower limit. When is it absolutely necessary to move down?

When you only have 30 buy-ins of the next lower limit left.

Let's assume that you have successfully worked your way up the limits and are now a good,
but not yet excellent poker player. One evening, however, things aren't going your way and by
the next morning you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You did not use good bankroll management.

You are in late position and hold two eights (88) before the flop. What do you do if all
players before you have folded?

You raise.

What is the general rule for moving down a limit, in the case of things not going well? You
need to move down a limit when...


... you only have 30 buy-ins of the next lowest limit left.

Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Howmuch moneydo you need to sit
down at the table?

$2.00

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet. When
do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.

You play NL10 with $0.10 Big Blinds. It is before the flop and three opponents called ahead
of you. You want to raise, and raise to...

$0.70

You can quickly start losing money if you are playing at a table which does not have enough
players. What is the minimum amount of players required for a table in order for you to be
able to play profitable SSS there?

You are in late position with AK before the flop. What do you do when two players raise
ahead of you?

You fold.

You need at least 7 opponents at a table to play the Short Stack Strategy (SSS) profitably. Is
this true?

Yes.

You want to move up to the next limit. How many buy-ins do you have to have in your
account before you can play the next limit?

30 buy-ins

You are in late position with pocket jacks before the flop. A player raises before you. What
do you do?

You go all-in.

You raised with pocket nines before the flop. An opponent raises behind you. What do you
do?

You fold.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 0.50/1.00 (NL100), yet suddenly


nothing seems to work anymore: you have one losing session after the other. What is the
critical bankroll mark at which you need to move back down a limit?

$300

Finish the sentence: Even the best poker player in the world can't be successful in the long
run if...

he plays in limits beyond his bankroll.

You raised before the flop. An opponent raises behind you. What is the smallest pocket pair
you can continue playing with?

A pair of tens.

On the flop –
no-one raised before the flop. On the flop you have a flush draw. A player
before you bets. What do you do?

You go all-in.

You've worked hard and had some success. You're not a great poker player, but you are good.
Then things get out of hand one evening and you're suddenly broke by the next morning.
What happened?

You didn't use good bankroll management.

Before the flop -you're in the blinds and are confronted with a blind steal. You hold two
Tens. What do you do?

You go all-in.

Before the flop -you're playing NL20 (0.10/0.20). Two players have entered the game before
you, but haven't raised. If you raised, how much would it be?

$1.20

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. Once you have 25 big
blinds or more, you leave the table. Is this statement correct?

Yes.

You want to move up to the limit NL4. How much money do you need to have in your poker
balance?

$100

Two players call before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth should you
raise?

6 big blinds


You're on the flop and bet. Your bet is a value bet if...

opponents with weaker cards call.

You're in middle position before the flop and hold King Queen, both hearts. All players
before you fold. What do you do?

You fold

What kind of playing style is sure to generate losses on the lower limits?

Playing too many hands.

If you suffer losses over an extended period of time, you have to move down a limit when...

you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit.

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. With much money do you sit down at the
table?

$2.00

In order to play profitable SSS, there need to be at least 7 opponents at your table. Is this
statement correct?

Yes.

You're in late position before the flop and hold a Five and a Four, both hearts. All players
before you fold. What do you do?

You raise.

You're in late position and hold a pair of Queens. One player before you raises, then another
player re-raises. What do you do?

You fold.

You raise before the flop with two Queens. Two opponents call. The flop brings two Nines
and a Seven. You bet. The first opponent folds, the second raises your bet. What do you do?

You fold

Which of the following plays doesn't come under the category "pot control"?

You bet on the turn and go all-in on the river.

When does slowplay make sense?

When your opponents are playing in aggressive mode.


You have $90 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this
amount?

NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).

Sometimes it doesn't quite work out right away, so you'd be better off moving down a limit.
What's the rule in this scenario?

Move down when you have 25 buy-ins for the next lower limit in your balance.

You raise before the flop with Ace King and two opponents call. The flop arrives with King,
Queen, and Nine in different suits. The first opponent bets, the second opponent raises. What
do you do?

You fold.

You raised to $0.40 before the flop. An opponent raises to $0.80 behind you. If you were to
re-raise, how much would you re-raise to?

You would go all-in.

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. When do you leave the
table?

When you have 25 big blinds or more.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 0.15/0.25 (NL25), then suddenly you
get hit by a downswing: you have one losing session after the other. What is the critical
bankroll mark at which you need to move back down to 0.05/0.10 (NL10), where the big
blind is $0.10?

$60

Before the flop -you're in late position with Ace Ten. What do you do when no-one has
raised before you?

You raise.

Before the flop you have an ace and a five of diamonds in your hand (A5s). Your hand is not
listed in the starting hands chart. How do you play with A5s?

You do not invest any more money in it.

YouareplayingNL10,thereforethebigblindis$0.10. Twoplayershavelimpedbefore you
and you want to raise. How much do you raise to if two players before you have called the big
blind?

$0.60


You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet. When
do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.

You are in late position and hold an ace and a king (AK) before the flop. What do you do if
there has been a raise and a re-raise before you?

You fold.

You raised before the flop with a pair of nines (99), and another player re-raises you. Your
original raise was $0.40 and you have $1.20 left. What do you do?

You fold.

Downswings can put your bankroll in danger. How do you protect yourself?

You move down a limit when your losses get too big.

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. When do you leave the
table?

When you have 25 big blinds or more.

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet. When
do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.

What do you call a hand that is made up of three of a kind and a pair?

Full-house

You are in late position. Everyone folded in front of you. The three players behind you have
1000, 1200 and 800 chips respectively. The Big Blind is 100 chips. Are you confronted with a
Push-or-Fold decision?

Yes

In a tournament you primarily want to?

Survive

You're in early position before the flop and hold Ace Queen. One player before you calls.
What do you do?

You fold

You have $120 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this
amount?


NL4 (The big blind is $0.04).

You're in late position and hold a pair of Queens. One player before you raises, then another
player re-raises. What do you do?

You fold.

You raise before the flop with two Queens. Two opponents call. The flop brings two Nines
and a Seven. You bet. The first opponent folds, the second raises your bet. What do you do?

You raise again.

All players before you fold before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth do
you raise?

4 big blinds

Sometimes it doesn't quite work out right away, so you'd be better off moving down a limit.
What's the rule in this scenario?

Move down when you have 25 buy-ins for the next lower limit in your balance.

You're on the flop and bet. Your bet is a value bet if...

opponents with weaker cards call.

Two players call before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth should you
raise?

6 big blinds

Which of the following plays doesn't come under the category "pot control"?

You bet on the turn and go all-in on the river.

You've got two pair on the flop. An opponent bets. In what case should you raise
immediately?

If strong draws are likely.

You can burn through quite a bit of money when bluffing. When does it make sense to bluff,
if at all?

When your hand could still improve.

You want to move up a limit. Which of the following guidelines is correct?

You need to have at least 25 buy-ins (for the higher limit) in your balance.


You have $90 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this
amount?

NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).

You raise before the flop with Ace King. An opponent calls. The flop comes with Four, Nine
and Two in different suits. You bet. Your opponent calls. The turn brings a second Four.
What do you do?

You check and decide to fold any further bets.

An opponent ahead of you raised to $0.40 before the flop. If you would re-raise, how much
would you re-raise to?

You would go all-in.

In which situation is a player able to raise

if at least one opponent already made a bet

You're in middle position before the flop and hold a King Queen, both of different suits. One
player before you calls. What do you do?

You fold

A bet can only be a value bet if...

your opponent possibly holds a weaker card.

You are in the Big Blind. The player in the Small Blind raises after all others folded. You
both have just over 14 Big Blinds und you hold a pair of nines. What do you do?

Move all-in

Yourboyfriend's/girlfriend's birthdayis comingup and you want to buyan expensive
present.Youdecidetoearnalittleextrabyplayinginlimits beyond yourbankrollandendup
broke. Now all you can afford are some flowers and a new pair of socks. What have you
learned?

Never forget the importance of bankroll management!

What does the entry QQ in the Starting-Hands-Chart stand for?

For two queens

You and your opponent both have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in the Small Blind
with a pair of eights. Everyone foldd in front of you. What do you do?

Raise


All players have more than 24 Big Blinds. There was one raise in front of you and one player
called the raise. If you raise again, to how many Big Blinds do you raise?

To 16 Big Blinds

What determines your style of play in a tournament?

The chip counts

If you are in the Cutoff, which positiongroup are you in?

In late position

Which poker hand has the higher rank: a pair of jacks or a pair of tens?

a pair of jacks

You raised before the flop and hit top pair with queen kicker. It's your turn and you want to
bet. When do go directly all-in?

When a bet would be more than half of the chips left in your stack

You hold an ace and a king as your starting cards. The flop is two sixes and an ace. What do
you have to watch out for now?

That you cannot allow the pair of sixes in your calculation because any player can use it
and even allows for three of a kind.

You raise before the flop with Ace Queen. The flop arrives with 8, 7, and 5 in different suits.
What do you do?

You bet, when you have only one opponent.

When does a bluff make sense?

If it makes your opponents give up.

If you're protecting your cards, what action are you performing?

You're making it as expensive as possible for players to see the upcoming community
cards.

If you have 20 buy-ins for a certain limit, you can move up to this limit. Is this correct?

No, you need 25 buy-ins.

In the round before the flop, 9 players have to act behind you. Which position are you in?

In early position


You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. Things are going well and you've won
some money. When is it time to leave the table?

When you have more than $2.50 (25 Big Blinds).

You are in the Big Blind. The player in the Small Blind raises after all others folded. You
both have just over 14 Big Blinds und you hold a king and a queen (KQ). What do you do?

Move all-in

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in late position with an
ace and a queen. Two players entered the hand in front of you but didn't raise. What do you
do?

Raise to 6 Big Blinds

Youareplaying NL10 with$0.10 Big Blinds. Two opponents have called ahead of you and
you want to raise. You raise to...

$0.60

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in the Small Blind
with an ace and a jack. Everyone folded in front of you. What do you do?

Raise

Can you always win in poker?

No

You and your opponents have between 14 and 24 Big Blinds. You are in middle position
with a pair of jacks. There was one raise in front of you. What do you do?

Move all-in

In order to play a certain limit, you need a bankroll consisting of at least 300 big bets of this
limit. Is this statement correct?

Yes

You are in late position. Everyone folded in front of you. The two players behind you have
1500 and 800 chips respectively. The Big Blind is 100 chips. Are you confronted with a Pushor-
Fold decision?

It depends on your chip stack

You are holding a pair of sixes (66) in middle position and all players before you fold.
You would therefore be the first to enter the pot. What do you do?


You fold.

It is pre-flop and there was a raise and re-raise ahead of you. What is the smallest pocket pair
you can continue playing with here?

A pair of kings.

You are in early position with pocket tens before the flop. What do you do when no one
raises ahead of you?

You fold.

Youhave made your waytothe$2 buy-in limit. Then it suddenlydoesn't workfor you
anymore. When should you move down in limits to $1 buy-in?

With a bankroll of $36

You want to move up to a higher limit. To do this, your bankroll needs to have reached a
certain size. How many buy-ins of a specific limit do you need to have in your account in
order to move up to that limit?

30 buy-ins.

Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Youhave $2.45. Before you, an
opponent has raised to $0.40 and you want to re-raise. How much do you raise to?

$1.20

You have $300 in your poker account. What is the highest limit you can afford to play?

0.25/0.50 NL50

You are in late position with pocket eights before the flop. What do you do when no one
raises ahead of you?

You raise.

Sometimes there are phases where things aren't going well and you need to move down to a
lower limit. When is it absolutely necessary to move down?

When you only have 30 buy-ins of the next lower limit left.

Let's assume that you have successfully worked your way up the limits and are now a good,
but not yet excellent poker player. One evening, however, things aren't going your way and by
the next morning you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You did not use good bankroll management.


You are in late position and hold two eights (88) before the flop. What do you do if all
players before you have folded?

You raise.

What is the general rule for moving down a limit, in the case of things not going well? You
need to move down a limit when...

... you only have 30 buy-ins of the next lowest limit left.

Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Howmuch moneydo you need to sit
down at the table?

$2.00

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn and you want to bet.
When do you directly push all-in?

When the required bet size would be more than half of your stack.

You play NL10 with $0.10 Big Blinds. It is before the flop and three opponents called ahead
of you. You want to raise, and raise to...

$0.70

You can quickly start losing money if you are playing at a table which does not have enough
players. What is the minimum amount of players required for a table in order for you to be
able to play profitable SSS there?

You are in late position with AK before the flop. What do you do when two players raise
ahead of you?

You fold.

You need at least 7 opponents at a table to play the Short Stack Strategy (SSS) profitably. Is
this true?

Yes.

You want to move up to the next limit. How many buy-ins do you have to have in your
account before you can play the next limit?

30 buy-ins

You are in late position with pocket jacks before the flop. A player raises before you. What
do you do?


You go all-in.

You raised with pocket nines before the flop. An opponent raises behind you. What do you
do?

You fold.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 0.50/1.00 (NL100), yet suddenly
nothing seems to work anymore: you have one losing session after the other. What is the
critical bankroll mark at which you need to move back down a limit?

$300

Finish the sentence: Even the best poker player in the world can't be successful in the long
run if...

he plays in limits beyond his bankroll.

You raised before the flop. An opponent raises behind you. What is the smallest pocket pair
you can continue playing with?

A pair of tens.

On the flop –
no-one raised before the flop. On the flop you have a flush draw. A player
before you bets. What do you do?

You go all-in.

You've worked hard and had some success. You're not a great poker player, but you are good.
Then things get out of hand one evening and you're suddenly broke by the next morning.
What happened?

You didn't use good bankroll management.

Before the flop -you're in the blinds and are confronted with a blind steal. You hold two
Tens. What do you do?

You go all-in.

Before the flop -you're playing NL20 (0.10/0.20). Two players have entered the game
before you, but haven't raised. If you raised, how much would it be?

$1.20

Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. Once you have 25 big
blinds or more, you leave the table. Is this statement correct?

Yes.


You want to move up to the limit NL4. How much money do you need to have in your poker
balance?

$100

Two players call before the flop. You want to raise. How many big blinds worth should you
raise?

6 big blinds

You're on the flop and bet. Your bet is a value bet if...

opponents with weaker cards call.

You're in middle position before the flop and hold King Queen, both hearts. All players
before you fold. What do you do?

You fold

What kind of playing style is sure to generate losses on the lower limits?

Playing too many hands.

If you suffer losses over an extended period of time, you have to move down a limit when...

you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit.

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. With much money do you sit down at the
table?

$2.00

In order to play profitable SSS, there need to be at least 7 opponents at your table. Is this
statement correct?

Yes.

You're in late position before the flop and hold a Five and a Four, both hearts. All players
before you fold. What do you do?

You raise.

You're in late position and hold a pair of Queens. One player before you raises, then another
player re-raises. What do you do?

You fold.

You raise before the flop with two Queens. Two opponents call. The flop brings two Nines
and a Seven. You bet. The first opponent folds, the second raises your bet. What do you do?


You fold

Which of the following plays doesn't come under the category "pot control"?

You bet on the turn and go all-in on the river.

When does slowplay make sense?

When your opponents are playing in aggressive mode.

You have $90 in your poker balance. What is the highest limit you can play at with this
amount?

NL2 (the big blind is $0.02).

Sometimes it doesn't quite work out right away, so you'd be better off moving down a limit.
What's the rule in this scenario?

Move down when you have 25 buy-ins for the next lower limit in your balance.

You're in middle position and hold Ace Two, both hearts. Two players before you call. What
do you do?

You fold.

You are in late position and hold an ace and a queen (AQ) before the flop. What do you do if
a player has raised before you?

You fold.

You raised before the flop but didn't hit anything. It is your turn. When will you certainly bet
here?

When you have exactly one opponent.

Howmuchmoneydo youneedinordertoplayatthelimitNL25(0.10/0.25)?

You raised before the flop and an opponent called the raise. Both of you see a flop and your
opponent checks. What do you do?

You always bet.

Before the flop -you're playing NL10 (0.05/0.10). No-one has entered the game before you.
If you raised, how much would it be?

$0.40



On the flop –
you raised before the flop. On the flop you hold a top-pair with Queen as
kicker. The players before you check. What do you do?

You bet approx. 2/3 of the pot.

It's Friday evening and you want to play some poker. You open a table, and after about two
hours, you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You didn't use good bankroll management.

You have raised before the flop. Two players called, and you hit a gutshot on the flop. Both
opponents check. What do you do?

You check.

You are holding a pair of Kings (KK). You raise before the flop and another player re-raises.
How do you react?

You raise.

You are in middle position and hold an Ace and a Jack of the same suit (AJs). Before you,
another player has raised and another player has called the raise. What do you with your AJs?

You fold.

On the flop –
you raised before the flop. On the flop you have a flush draw. A player before
you bets. What do you do?

You go all-in.

In order to move up to the limit NL25(0.10/0.25), you need at least $150. Is this correct?

Yes.

Before the flop -you're in the blinds and are confronted with a blind steal. You hold two
Sevens. What do you do?

You go all-in.

What is an overpair?

A pair that is higher than any of the community cards.

You and four next opponents see the flop. You have a gutshot, so a weak straight draw.
Someone bets and you can call the raise if the pot has a certain size. How big does the pot
have to be at least, in order for you to be able to call the bet of 1 small bet?

On the flop –
no-one raised before the flop. On the flop you have a flush draw. The players
before you check. What do you do?


You bet approx. 2/3 of the pot.

You've been playing at the limit NL50 (0.25/0.50) for a while -but then you begin losing. At
what point should you move down a limit?

When you have less than $300.

You have already earned quite a bit of money with poker, and beaten the lower limits. You
now plan on moving up to 0.50/1.00 and the big bet is $1.00. How much money do you need
in your account in order to move up to this limit?

$300

Before the flop -you're in middle position with Ace Queen. What do you do when no-one
has raised before you?

You raise.

Before the flop -you're playing NL10 (0.05/0.10). One player has entered the game before
you, but hasn't raised. If you raised, how much would it be?

$0.50

Before the flop -a player in middle position has raised. You hold two Tens. What do you do?

You fold

They say that in poker, position is everything. Since this is actually the case, when being in
pre-flop, you play...

... more hands in late position than in early position.

Things aren't going your way today. Somehow, your opponents seem to be hitting
everything. What do you do?

You take a break and decide to close the tables for the day.

Let's assume that you have successfully worked your way up the limits and are now a good,
but not yet excellent poker player. One evening, however, things aren't going your way and by
the next morning you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You did not use good bankroll management.

If you start losing money and only have 300 big bets of the next lower limit left, you need to
move down to a limit. Is this statement correct?

Yes


You are holding a pair of eights (88) before the flop. You are in middle position. Everyone
before you folds and it is your turn. What do you do?

You fold.

There were no pre-flop raises and you see the flop, together with two other players. You have
hit a gutshot and are the first to act. What do you do?

You check.

Manyplayers makethe samekeymistake: theyplaytoo manyhands, and playthem too
passively. This helps you, since you have an excellent strategy. What kind of strategy do you
follow?

You play few, but strong hands and play them aggressively.

The most important tool of a poker player that enjoys longterm success is called bankroll
management: it allows you to continuously move up the limits without endangering your
bankroll. It does so by telling with which account balance ...

... you can move up to a higher limit, or need to move down to a lower one

You are holding a ten and a nine of the same suit (T9s) in late position. All players before
you fold and you would be the first to enter the pot. What do you do?

You raise.

Youhaveabankrollof$200.Whatis thehighestlimit youcanplaywiththisbankroll?

0.25/0.50, where $0.50 is the Big Bet

As of which position do you raise with an Ace and Jack of different suits (AJo), if no player
has raised in front of you?

As of middle position.

You are in middle position and hold an Ace and a Jack of the same suit (AJs). Before you,
another player has raised and another player has called the raise. What do you with your AJs?

You fold.

You are holding a pair of Kings (KK). You raise before the flop and another player re-raises.
How do you react?

You raise.

You raised before the flop and two players called your raise. On the flop you hit top pair.
Another player bets before you and it is your turn. What do you do?

You call.


You are holding an ace and a nine of the same suit (A9s) in middle position. It is pre-flop
and an opponents raises before you. What is the least number of players needed to call
this raise, for you to also be able to call?

You always fold.

You call a raise on the flop while holding two Eights. There's just you and the opponent on
the flop. The flop arrives with Four, Seven, and Two in different suits. The other player bets.
What do you do?

You call.

You're in late position before the flop and hold a Five and a Four, both of different suits. All
players before you fold. What do you do?

You fold.

Imagine seeing yourself playing at a poker table. Your twin is sitting in early position and
raises before the flop. With what kind of hands do you think he does this?

Only with strong hands.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 1.00/2.00, yet suddenly, nothing
seems to work anymore: you have one losing session after the other. What is the critical mark
bankroll mark at which you need to move back down a limit?

$300

There were no pre-flop raises and you see the flop, together with two other players. You have
hit an OESD and are the first to act. What do you do?

You bet.

There is a common mistake that many players do in the betting rounds after the flop. What is
this particular mistake?

They play their good hands too passively.

Complete the following sentence: Even the best poker player cannot be successful in the long
run if...

... he does not have good bankroll management.

The most important tool of a poker player who enjoys longterm success is called bankroll
management: it allows you to continuously move up the limits, without endangering your
bankroll. It does so by telling with which account balance...

... you can move up to a higher limit, or need to move down to a lower one.


Things are going well for you and you manage to win some money. Once you have 25 big
blinds or more, you leave the table. Is this statement correct?

Yes

You have $50 in your poker account. What is the highest limit you can play with this
bankroll?

0.05/0.10 NL10

You are in late position and hold an ace and a queen (AQ) before the flop. What do you do if
a player has raised before you?

You fold.

You can quickly start losing money if you are playing at a table which does not have enough
players. What is the inimum amount of players required for a table in order for you to be able
to play profitable SSS there?

Thestarting hands chart tells how to playwhichstartinghands optimally. How do you play
hands that do not appear in chart?

You do not invest any more money in them.

Youraisedbeforetheflopwithapairofeights (88), andanotherplayerre-raises you.Your
original raise was $0.40 and you have $1.20 left. What do you do?

You fold

You have to move back down a limit if you suffer losses and have 30 buy-ins or less for the
next lowest limit. Is this true?

Yes.

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. Things are going well and you've won
some money. When is it time to leave the table?

When you have more than $2.50 (25 Big Blinds).

It's Friday evening and you want to play some poker. You open a table, and after about two
hours you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You didn't use good bankroll management.

You raised pre-flop and hold top pair on the flop. It is your turn. What do you do?

You bet.


Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Before you, everyone has folded and
you want to raise. How much do you raise to if no players have entered the pot so far?

$0.40

You want to move up to a higher limit. To do this, your bankroll needs to have reached a
certain size. How many buy-ins of a specific limit do you need to have in your account in
order to move up to that limit?

30 buy-ins.

There is a simple concept on which the short stack strategy is based. What is the key principle
of the short stack strategy?

You play few, yet very strong hands, and play them aggressively.

You are in late position and hold two eights (88) before the flop. What do you do if all
players before you have folded?

You raise.

You are in middle position with pocket eights before the flop. What do you do when on one
raises ahead of you?

You fold.

You have successfully fought your way up the limits to 0.50/1.00 (NL100), then suddenly
everything starts going wrong. You have one losing session after the other. What is the critical
bankroll mark at which you need to move back down to 0.25/0.50 (NL50), where the big
blind is $0.50?

$300

What is the general rule for moving down a limit, in the case of things not going well? You
need to move down a limit when...

... you only have 30 buy-ins of the next lowest limit left.

It's yourpartner's birthday.Youwanttobuyhim/heranespeciallyexpensivepresentand
therefore play several limits above those that your bankroll management allow you to. You go
broke and can once again only afford some flowers and a pair of socks. What do you learn
from this?

Never disregard your bankroll management!

You play 0.25/0.50 (NL50). Suddenly you hit a downswing and start losing money. At which
point do you have to move back down to the 0.10/0.25 limit (NL25)?

When you have $150 or less.


As a short stack player, what kind of opponents should you prefer to play against?

Players with lots of money at the table (big stacks).

You raised pre-flop but hold a trash hand on the flop. It's your turn. In which cases do you
bet?

When you have exactly one opponent.

Youareplaying NL10 with$0.10 Big Blinds. Two opponents have called ahead of you and
you want to raise. You raise to...

$0.60

You raised with pocket nines before the flop. An opponent raises behind you. What do you
do?

You fold.

You are in late position with pocket queens before the flop. What do you do when two
players raise ahead of you?

You fold.

Youareplaying0.05/0.10(NL10)withabigblindof$0.10. Thingsaregoingwellfor you
and you manage to win some money. When do you leave the table?

When you have $2.50 (25 big blinds) or more.

You raised before the flop and hit top pair with queen kicker. Now it's your turn. What do
you do?

You bet.

Sometimes, there are phases in which you record losses over the course of several sessions.
Your bankroll management tells you as of when to move back down a limit. Why is it
important to move down?

Because otherwise there is a very high possibility of losing your entire bankroll.

You are in middle position and hold two nines (99) before the flop. What do you do if all
players before you have folded?

You raise.

Thingsaren'tgoing yourwaytoday.Somehow youropponents seemtobehittingeverything.
What do you do?

You take a break and decide to close the tables for the day.


You are in early position with pocket tens before the flop. What do you do when no one
raises ahead of you?

You fold.

You are in late position and hold two jacks (JJ) before the flop. What do you do if a player
has raised before you?

You raise.

Before the flop -you're playing NL20 (0.10/0.20). One player has entered the game before
you, but hasn't raised. If you raised, how much would it be?

$1.00

If you start losing moneyand onlyhave30 buy-ins ofthe next lower limit left, you need to
move down to a limit. Is this statement correct?

Yes.

Youareplaying0.25/0.50(NL50), withabigblindof$0.50.Howmuchmoneydo youneed
to sit down at the table?

$10.00

You raised before the flop and two players called your raise. On the flop, they both check.
What do you do?

you bet

you and four opponents see the flop. You have a gutshot, so a weak straight draw. Someone
bets and you can call the bet if the pot has a certain size. What is the minimum pot size which
you need in order for you to be able to call the bet of 1 small bet?

10 small bets

Not everyone that plays poker is a long-term winner. When a poker player goes broke, it is
usually because...

the player used bad bankroll managment.

Your opponent has an advantage if he acts after you in a betting round. Is this statement
correct?

Yes.

How many big bets of a limit do you need in order to play this limit?

300 Big Bets


You have already earned quite a bit of money with poker, and beaten the lower limits. You
now plan on moving up to 0.50/1.00 and the big bet is $1.00. How much money do you need
in your account in order to move up to this limit?

$300

You are holding an Ace and a Queen of the same suit (AQs) in late position and it is pre-flop.
An opponents raises before you and two other players call the raise. What do you do?

You raise.

You have an advantage if you act before your opponent in a betting round. Is this statement
correct?

Yes.

There is simple rule on how to proceed with the best hand as of the flop. If you can safely
assume that you are currently holding the best hand, what should you do?

Play aggressively and try to get money into the pot.

If you start losing money and only have 300 big bets of the next lower limit left, you need to
move down to a limit. Is this statement correct?

Yes

You are in middle position and hold an Ace and a Jack of the same suit (AJs). Before you,
another player has raised and another player has called the raise. What do you with your AJs?

You fold.

A pair of nines can be a good but also a bad hand pre-flop. In the starting hand chart you can
determine how to play it the most profitably. What do you do with 99, if you are sitting in mid
position and all players before you have folded?

You raise.

Howmanybuy-ins ofalimitdo youneedinordertomoveuptothislimit?

At least 30 buy-ins.

What is a kicker?

The highest card of your hand, not being involved into any pairs or higher.

Youhavesuccessfullyfought yourwayupthelimitsto0.50/1.00,thensuddenly,everything
starts going bad: you have one losing session after the other. What is the critical bankroll
mark at which you need to move down to 0.25/0.50, where the big bet is $0.50?


$150

You are in middle position and hold a pair of fives pre-flop. Before you, another player has
raised and another player has called the raise. What do you with your 55?

You call.

Let's assume that you have successfully worked your way up the limits and are now a good,
but not yet excellent poker player. One evening, however, things aren't going your way and by
the next morning you have lost all of your money. What was the reason?

You did not use good bankroll management.

You are holding a pair of Kings (KK). You raise before the flop and another player re-raises.
How do you react?

You raise.

Sometimes there are phases in which you record losses over the course of several sessions.
Your bankroll management tells you when to start moving back down a limit. Why is it
important to move down?

Because otherwise there is a very high possibility of losing your entire bankroll.

There were no pre-flop raises and you see the flop, together with two other players. You have
hit an OESD and are the first to act. What do you do?

You bet.

Pre-flop is the phase,

when there are still no cards on the board.

What kind of playing style is sure to generate losses on the lower limits?

Playing too many hands.

In order to play a certain limit, you need a bankroll consisting of at least 30 buy-ins of that
limit. Is this statement correct?

Yes.

Youareplaying NL10, thereforethebig blind is $0.10. Before you, everyone has folded and
you want to raise. How much do you raise to if no players have entered the pot so far?

$0.40

You can lose a lot of money in a short amount of time when you don't have enough
opponents at the table. At least how many other players must be at the table for you to be able
to play profitably?


Before the flop -you're in middle position with Ace Jack. What do you do when no-one has
raised before you?

You fold.

You're playing at the limit NL20 (0.10/0.20) and just won. At what point should you leave
the table?

When you have more than $5.00

In order to move up to the limit NL50(0.25/0.50), you need at least $150. Is this correct?

Yes.

You have already earned quite a bit of money with poker, and beaten the lower limits. Now
you plan on moving up to 0.50/1.00 (NL100) where the big blind is $1.00. How much money
do you need in your account in order to move up to this limit?

$600

You're playing at the limit NL10 (0.05/0.10) and just won. At what point should you leave
the table?

When you have more than $2.50

You raised before the flop and several opponents called your raise. You did not hit anything
though. What is the maximum amount of opponents against which you can bet a worthless
hand and, therefore, bluff?

Two opponents at the most.

If you look at the Starting Hands Chart, you can see in which position to play the most hands
pre-flop. From what position do you play the most hands?

Late position.

Who or what tells you that you have enough money to move up to a higher limit?

Your bankroll management

Before the flop -a player in early position has raised. You hold Ace Queen. What do you
do?

You fold.

Before the flop -you're playing NL10 (0.05/0.10). Two players have entered the game before
you, but haven't raised. If you raised, how much would it be?


$0.60

What is the general rule for moving down a limit, in the case things do'nt go well? You need
to move down a limit when..

.... you only have 300 big bets of the next lower limit left.

You have $350 in your poker account. What is the highest limit you can play with this
bankroll?

0.50/1.00

What's Bankroll Management good for?

It tells you when you can move up a limit, as well as when you should move down a limit.

You're in middle position before the flop and hold King Queen, both hearts. One player
before you calls. What do you do?

You fold.

Howmuchmoneydo youneedinordertoplayatthelimitNL20(0.10/0.20)?

$120

Before the flop -you're in middle position with King Queen. What do you do when no-one
has raised before you?

You fold.

Before the flop -a player in middle position has raised. You hold two Jacks. What do you
do?

You go all-in

You can recognize a bad player by...

... is unwillingness to give up a hand.

You want to move up to a higher limit. For this, your bankroll needs to have reached a certain
size. How many big bets of a specific limit do you need to have in your account in order to
move up to that limit?


300 Big Bets

You are holding a pair of queens (QQ). You raise before the flop and another player re-raises.
How do you react?

You raise.

You have hit a flushdraw on the flop and there is only one opponent left in the hand. He bets
and you raise his bet. However, he isn't done yet, and raises once again. What do you do with
your flushdraw?

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