Quiz for lesson "SB Pre-flop Ranges"

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The open raising range from the SB is similar to the open raising range from which position?



How should your post-flop game plan not look like when you are calling a button open raise from the small blind?

You check/raise many flops to exploit high c-betting frequencies.
You check/call with the majority of your playable hands to win in one of the three following ways: 1. You check/raise the turn. 2. You float OOP to bet the river after villain checks the turn behind. 3. You realize your equity by check/calling the turn.
You only call pre-flop due to the great odds and you should only call TPGK+ on the flop and play for bluff induce.


Which of the following hands works best for a squeeze from the small blind after the cut off has open raised and the button has called?



What does your adjusted 3-bet range look like in a situation in which your opponent on the button opens with a very wide range, only folds 40% of his range to 3-bets and floats a lot on the flop?

You 3-bet a wide, depolarized range like 99+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, JTs, T9s, AJo+, KJo+.
You 3-bet a thin value range: QQ+, AQs+, KQs, AKo
You 3-bet a polarized 8% range: TT+, 33-22, AJs+, KQs, 75s+, 62s+, 52s+, 42s+, 32s, AQo+


Under which circumstances do you decrease your open raising range from the small blind?

If villain calls 35% and 3-bets 20%.
If villain folds his BB 64% of the time.
If villain calls 40% preflop, doesn't fold much to c-bets on the flop and folds a lot of his range on the turn or river.

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