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Pre-Flop Range Quiz

In this quiz, we will test your knowledge of pre-flop ranges from various positions vs. range charts. The range charts have calculated the optimal hands to play from each position to give the best chance of having the best hand at showdown. This doesn't mean you will win every hand but it sets you up much better for a successful session.

1 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino the table is mostly loose-passive recreational players and one player who seems to know the game pretty well. You have J♠10♣ UTG and the action is on you, do you?

2 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino, 2 of the 8 other players at your table are regulars you have played with before (one OMC, one Loose Passive player). You have J♠10♠ UTG and the action is on you, do you?

3 / 10

You are in a $1/$2 game at your local casino it is early in the day so you have several retirees in the game who you assume are OMSs and a couple of Rec players. You have A5 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

4 / 10

You are at your monthly home game with your buddies, $0.50/$1. You have 88 UTG and action is on you, do you?

5 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino, it is mostly loose passive players and so far you are the only one who has raised pre-flop in several orbits. You have 44 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

6 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino the table is mostly loose-passive recreational players and one OMC, and two new players you have no read on yet. You have J9 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

7 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino the game is mostly regulars who tend to play loose and passive. You have QJ UTG and the action is on you, do you?

8 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at an off-strip casino in Las Vegas. The table is full of tourists and a couple of them you suspect this may be their first time playing poker because the dealer needs to help explain the action to them. Most flops go multi-way if there are no raises pre-flop but usually don't go more than 3-way if there is a raise. You have A5 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

9 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at an out-of-town casino so you have never played with anyone at your table. Two players at the table don't even look old enough to be in a casino, there is one older gentleman nursing a coffee, a husband and wife who are here for a night out, and a couple of middle-aged men who seem more interested in the baseball game on the TV.  Most hands you have seen so far have gone at least 5-ways, even when you have raised to $20 pre-flop. You have A10 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

10 / 10

You are in a $1/$3 game at your local casino and 2 of the 8 other players at your table are regulars you have played with before (one OMC, one Loose Passive player). You have A7 UTG and the action is on you, do you?

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