Quiz for lesson "Average Pre-flop Ranges: Nit"

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QUESTION 1:

How many hands does a nit play on average?

10%
12%
14%
16%

QUESTION 2:

What percentage of his hands does a nit raise from the button?

16%
23%
35%
40%

QUESTION 3:

Which statement about nits is correct?

A nit open raises fewer hands in the SB than in the CO.
Compared to the TAG a nit is characterised by not broadening his open raise range from UTG through the CO.
Against raises before them, nits call more hands than they 3-bet.
On average, nits only defend their big blind in 10% of all cases.

QUESTION 4:

You raise out of UTG and a nit in MP is 3-betting. What is his range?

QQ+, AK
KK+
JJ+, AK, AQs, T9s
99+, AQ+, AJs

QUESTION 5:

Which hand would a nit prefer not to open raise?

87s
A9o
22
JTo

QUESTION 6:

Which hand does an average nit in the BB call against raises before him?

87s
JJ
ATo
KQo

QUESTION 7:

You raise out of MP and a nit in the CO calls you.

Assumption 1: When the nit raises on the flop, you can assume that he always has a set.

Assumption 2: When you have QQ and see a 753 flop, you are only behind against a set.

Assumption 3: When you do not have a pair on the flop, you are almost always behind and can only win the pot by bluffing.

Assumption 4: On a J97 flop, he cannot have a top set.

Assumption 5: When you have AQ and see an Axx flop, you dominate all the Ax hands he would call with.

Assumptions 2 and 3 are correct.
Assumptions 3 and 4 are correct.
Assumptions 1, 4 and 5 are correct.
All assumptions are correct.
All assumptions are incorrect.

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