The holidays are upon us and many of us are busy currently shopping for gifts for friends and loved ones. As much as we might like spending on others, it’s probably safe to say most of us are looking for bargains as we shop, hoping to find what seems to be the right price for an item before making each purchase.
Sound poker strategy also often involves “finding the right price,” such as when we try to measure pot odds correctly to justify calling an opponent’s raise. Or when we size our own bets just right to achieve a desired response. Or in a broader sense such as when we think about bankroll management and finding the right games and stakes at which to play, smartly measuring our risks versus the rewards we are hoping to gain when taking a seat at the table.
Speaking of the finding the right price, the week has ended meaning it’s time for another installment of “The Weekly PokerNews Strategy Quiz” for which there’s no cost at all other than the couple of minutes it will take to play along.
Once again our quiz this week features eight questions derived from recent articles appearing in the Strategy section here at PokerNews. Getting six or more correct out of the eight means you’ll earn a passing grade, and if you happen to get any wrong you’ll get a note explaining the correct choice.
Whether you’ve read the articles or not, you may well be able to work out solutions to these. In any case, you can always look back through the week’s articles to double-check.
Ready? Go for it. And not only is the quiz free, you’re not even expected to tip.