Here is an actual hand of online poker that puts you to the test with pocket Aces.
You are going to be dealt pocket Aces. Your opponent is me. You have never played poker against me, so you don't have any clue about how I play the game.
You will be asked one question. This is an actual hand of poker.
Full Tilt Poker
$150 Buy-in no limit tournament
It is the second level. The blinds are $20-$40. You have $5,000. You are in the small blind.
I am under the gun with $3,500. The cards are dealt and I limp. A player in the middle position limps. It is folded to you in the small blind. You find Ad-Ah.
You raise to $210. I call and the other player folds. It is heads-up. The pot is $500.
(You should be thinking about the different hands I need to call your raise.)
The flop is Qc-10d-10s. You bet $223, and I call. The pot is $946.
(You should be thinking about the hands I might have to call your bet.)
The turn is 8c. You bet $500.
I raise to $1,200. What should you do with your pocket Aces?
Thursday, April 16, 2009
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