The 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event played out in dramatic fashion this week, providing players and fans one of the more entertaining final tables in recent memory.
As it happened, all eight of the final table eliminations came in hands involving preflop all-in confrontations. Of course the decisions made in these hands were only the final ones of countless others made by the players dating back to July. But thanks to how these hands ended, many will be among the most memorable of the final table.
Relive the eight knockout hands from this year's November Nine while testing your knowledge of preflop percentages in hold'em with the eight multiple-choice questions below — one for each of the eliminations. Get six correct and pass the quiz, and if you happen to miss any you'll see an explanation of the correct response.
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