Odpovědi kvíz

Odpovědi na PokerStrategy kvíz :
You raised before the flop and hit top pair with jack kicker. One opponent bets ahead of you. What do you do?
odpověď : You go all-in.

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

How many buy-ins of a limit do you need to move to this limit?
odpověď : 30 buy-ins

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. With much money do you sit down at the table?
odpověď : $2.00

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?
odpověď : You would go all-in.

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

You're playing a ring game with 8 other players. One of them leaves the table. What do you do?
odpověď : You keep playing, but leave if another opponent gets up from his seat.

You have pocket tens and one opponent raises ahead of you before the flop. What do you do?
odpověď : You fold.

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

You play 0.50/1.00 (NL100). Suddenly you hit a downswing and start losing money. At which point do you have to move down to the 0.25/0.50 limit (NL50)?
odpověď : When you have $300 or less.

Good bankroll management protects you against which danger?
odpověď : Going bankrupt when you suffer losses over an extended period of time.

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

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...
odpověď : $0.70

If you suffer losses over an extended period of time, you have to move down a limit when...
odpověď : you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit.

You have $300 in your poker account. What is the highest limit you can afford to play?
odpověď : 0.25/0.50 NL50

You are in middle position with pocket eights before the flop. What do you do when no one has raised ahead of you?
odpověď : You fold

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?
odpověď : When a bet would be more than half of the chips left in your stack.

You are in middle position with pocket nines before the flop. What do you do when no one raises ahead of you?
odpověď : You raise.

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?
odpověď : 7

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?
odpověď : You didn't use good bankroll management.

You didn't raise before the flop, then you hit a flush draw. What do you do?
odpověď : You check and fold to any bet.

Your boyfriend's/girlfriend's birthday is coming up and you want to buy an 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?
odpověď : Never forget the importance of bankroll management!

An opponent ahead of you raised to $0.40 before the flop. If you would re-raise, how much would you re-raise to?
odpověď : You would go all-in.

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

One opponent raises ahead of you before the flop. What is the smallest pocket pair you can continue playing with?
odpověď : A pair of jacks.

You play 0.25/0.50 (NL50) with $0.50 Big Blinds. With how much money do you sit down at the table?
odpověď : $10.00

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

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

The least profitable opponent for you when you play the short stack strategy is...
odpověď : a player who is also playing the short stack strategy.

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

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?
odpověď : Yes.

In order to play a certain limit, you need at least 30 buy-ins of that limit in your account. Is this true?
odpověď : Yes.

You raised before the flop and hit a flush draw. It's your turn. What do you do?
odpověď : You bet.

You play NL10 with $0.10 Big Blinds. Everyone has folded ahead of you and you want to raise before the flop. You raise to...
odpověď : $0.40

It is before the flop and an opponent has raised ahead of you. Another opponent re-raises him and it is your turn to act. You have pocket queens, what do you do?
odpověď : You fold.

You are in late position with AK before the flop. What do you do when exactly one opponent raises ahead of you?
odpověď : You go all-in.

Things are going well and you've won some money. You leave the table as soon as you have more than 30 Big Blinds. Is this true?
odpověď : No, you leave when you have 25 Big Blinds or more.

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)?
odpověď : When you have $150 or less.

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

You play 0.05/0.10 (NL10) with $0.10 Big Blinds. With much money do you sit down at the table?
odpověď : $2.00

Downswings can put your bankroll in danger. How do you protect yourself?
odpověď : You move down a limit when your losses get too big.

You are in late position with pocket jacks before the flop. A player raises before you. What do you do?
odpověď : You go all-in.

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?
odpověď : yes

You play 0.10/0.25 (NL25). Suddenly you hit a downswing and start losing money. At which point do you have to move back down to 0.05/0.10 NL (NL10)?
odpověď : $60

You are playing NL10 with $0.10 Big Blinds. Two opponents have called ahead of you and you want to raise. You raise to...
odpověď : $0,60

Your bankroll management tells you when to move up or down a limit. Why do you sometimes have to move back down a limit?
odpověď : Because otherwise you run the danger of losing your entire bankroll.

You always sit down with $2.50 at a 0.05/0.10 (NL10) table with $0.10 Big Blinds. Is this true?
odpověď : No, you would sit down with $2.00

What kind of opponents do you prefer when you play the short stack strategy?
odpověď : Opponents with a lot of money at the table (big stacks).

You didn't raise before the flop, then you hit a flush draw. What do you do?
odpověď : You check and fold to any bet.

You are in early position with AQ before the flop. What do you do when no one raises ahead of you?
odpověď : You fold

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?
odpověď : 30 buy-ins

You raised before the flop but didn't hit anything. It is your turn. When will you certainly bet here?
odpověď : When you have exactly one opponent.

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

It is before the flop and an opponent has raised ahead of you. Another opponent re-raises him and it is your turn to act. You have pocket queens, what do you do?
odpověď : You fold.

You have $50 in your poker account. What is the highest level you can afford to play?
odpověď : 0.05/0.10 NL10

Sometimes things don't go your way and you have to move down a limit. When do you move down at the absolute latest?
odpověď : When you only have 30 buy-ins for the next lowest limit.

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?
odpověď : A pair of kings.

Finish the sentence: Even the best poker player in the world can't be successful in the long run if...
odpověď : he plays in limits beyond his bankroll.

You have made some money in poker and moved up several limits. You're now considering 0.50/1.00 (NL100) $1 Big Blind games. How much do you have to have in your account before you can play at this limit?
odpověď : $600

You did not raise before the flop and hold an overpair on the flop. How big does it have to be for you to go all-in on the flop?
odpověď : There is no overpair with which you did not raise pre-flop but go all-in on the flop.

All players have about 17 big blinds in their stacks. You are in the cut-off position. With which pairs would you attempt a blind steal?
odpověď : With a pair of nines or higher.

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