You often hear the advice to play a style that is the "opposite" of how others are playing. That is, if the table is playing very loose, you should tighten up. Or if there are a bunch of rocks around the table folding all the time, open up your game and play a little more loose and aggressive.
Today's installment of The Weekly PokerNews Quiz deals in opposites, with eight multiple choice questions about four pairs of poker terms that in many contexts are antonyms.
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