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    Default KJ UTG vs. Mix of Players

    By the way, has anyone else ever taken this test? Donkey Test

    2. 5/10 NL. 9 handed. A good mix of aggressive and passive players, 3 poor players and 4 pros. 2 players are new to the table and have only played a few hands. You're UTG with:
    You may choose only one

    Fold

    Call

    Raise

    Raise 1/3, fold 1/3, call 1/3

    Raise 50%, fold 50%

    Raise 80%, call 20%
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    Fold.

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    I have taken that before, a friend emailed it to me. Quite a few of those question were, well... donkey-ish. :)

    EDIT: BTW, I'm a nit, I fold.
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    fold fold fold

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    But I want you guys to tell us why you would fold! (Or not fold)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quesofromage View Post
    But I want you guys to tell us why you would fold! (Or not fold)
    Because it's a marginal hand and you're UTG. Playable in late position, but since it's UTG the decision is so easy, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    Because it's a marginal hand and you're UTG. Playable in late position, but since it's UTG the decision is so easy, IMO.
    Tim gets a cookie then.

    Here you go, Tim.

    Tim: (**crunch crunch.**)


    So if any of you other guys want a cookie, that's how you get one.

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    Being new to the table could help in your benefit. You could come in raising and get probably the whole table to fold unless they have a better hand than you. But you being new to the table would they take a chance?
    ​Breezy

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    I got 96 in that test. Ick. I should probably pay the 10 dollars and get the full breakdown but I won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bambini View Post
    I got 96 in that test. Ick. I should probably pay the 10 dollars and get the full breakdown but I won't.
    Just ignore it for a while and you'll get an offer to get the complete report for only $4,98-...

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