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{{"Poker Quiz: Early Rounds of Tournaments Early Rounds: A simple concept of low risk for high return Let's say you have $5,000 in starting chips. Questions:

  1. Blinds $25-$50. You are in early position with 8-9 offsuit. What should you do?
  2. Blinds $25-$50. You limp in an early position with 8-9 offsuit. Two payers limp. But the BB raises. There is $225 in the pot, and the big blind raises to $300. What should you do? https://git.cloudron.io/snippets/30
  3. Blinds $25-$50. You limp in an early position with 8-9 offsuit. Two payers limp. But the BB raises. There is $225 in the pot, and the big blind raises to $100. What should you do?
  4. Blinds $25-$50. You limp in a late position with 8-9 offsuit after two players limp. The BB raises to $200. The two limpers call. What should you do? http://www.pokerseri.com
  5. Blinds $25-$50. A player upfront raises to $150. Everyone folds to you in the big blind. You have pocket 2's. What should you do?
  6. Blinds $25-$50. A player upfront raises to $150. The small blind re-raises to $600. You have pocket 2's in the big blind. What should you do? http://www.casinohoki.com
  7. Blinds $25-$50. You raise in late position to $150 as the first player in the pot with pocket 2's. The big blind calls. What are you thinking? Answers:
  8. You are going to see the flop for only $50.
  9. Fold. It is too expensive to call the raise, especially with players behind you.
  10. You have to call since it is only going to cost you another $50.
  11. There is $675 in the pot, and it will cost you $150 more to call. Call and take the risk; although it would have been easier to make this call if your cards were suited.
  12. You don't fold. You call. You want your opponent to have pocket Aces, so if you hit the 2 you will win a big pot.
  13. Fold! It's too much money and the original bettor may raise again.
  14. I tried to steal with my small pair and it didn't work. I don't want to lose more chips in this hand. What range of hands does the big blind have? How much is in the pot? How much does the big blind have in chips? What will I do with a good flop--I hit my set? What about a bad flop--most likely there will be three overcards? Key Strategy In Early Rounds Your strategy is to look to play a marginal hand rather than fold a hand early in the event. Consider risking 20% of your stack for small risk, big reward plays. Here, you will use $1,000 to take these small risks."}}

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