# Quiz of the Week: FL - River Play

• Bronze
Joined: 30.09.2008
Tuesday is also known as Quizday, so here we are with another quiz. This time, all our silver ranked members are supposed to get a part of the action, and the topic is River Play.

Do you know how to adjust yourself on the river according to your opponents, the pot, your position and other such factors? Do you know when to increase the pot or when to simply step away and prevent future losses? If so, then go ahead and take this silver rank quiz:

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• 13 replies
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
25/26 I liked bet/3-bet more in hand 3.

Also in hand 10 the suit is missing.
• Bronze
Joined: 16.05.2008
You have achieved a total of 22 out of 26 possible points. This corresponds to 85 %!
• Bronze
Joined: 02.03.2008
23/26. I answered check/call at hand 3. I don't understand why check-raise or bet/3bet are better options than check/call.
"he will bet everything that he would call a bet with, but he will also bet some hands that he would fold, so we sometimes win an additional bet." Yes, this is true. But after we check-raise I think he will fold his busted draws and his pairs and he will only call with better hands. A check-raise on the river looks very strong. It is almost never a bluff. And he isn't a loose player, he plays 24/16.
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
He's probably not folding pairs though, folding on the river is hard for a lot of people
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005
You have achieved a total of 26 out of 26 possible points. This corresponds to 100 %!

Question 10 needs to be corrected but by the answer it can only be the .

@Yoghi: ...., especially if you show weakness.
• Black
Joined: 16.10.2007
21/26, I liked the quiz but a couple of questions are meh imo.

Question 2:

We beat QT+KK from his range, nothing else plays it this way, there are a mountain of aces in his range and every hand except those 2 beats us now. If he raises A8o+, A3s+ (possibly raises more) then our equity is 27%. I couldn't bring myself to c/f but betting here is like making money into paper aeroplanes, lighting them on fire then sending them on the way to this semi-fish (i know, I stole this ).

Apart from this these quizzes are great to test our post flop skills, keep it up!
• Bronze
Joined: 03.10.2007
i got the same as terror. not bad for a nl nub
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
Gratz, this time you're the first NL player who comes in here bragging about their scores.
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005
21/26, I liked the quiz but a couple of questions are meh imo.

Question 2:

We beat QT+KK from his range, nothing else plays it this way, there are a mountain of aces in his range and every hand except those 2 beats us now. If he raises A8o+, A3s+ (possibly raises more) then our equity is 27%. I couldn't bring myself to c/f but betting here is like making money into paper aeroplanes, lighting them on fire then sending them on the way to this semi-fish (i know, I stole this ).

Apart from this these quizzes are great to test our post flop skills, keep it up!
All plays are isolated -EV. But bet/fold is less -EV as bet/call or check/call.
He can call more hands that we beat than that he may bluff with.
• Black
Joined: 16.10.2007
Again the analysis of the question says he will call with hands "like" KK or QT, these are the only hands that play this way until the river.

What does he beat if he calls the river with either of those hands? A pure 3 street bluff and nothing else, flush draw arrives on the turn he loses to A/J, why would he even call a bet on the river? Imo we are never ahead here, I just couldn't bring myself to bet.
• Black
Joined: 10.09.2007
KQ?
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005