It’s Saturday again and time for another round of “The Weekly PokerNews Strategy Quiz” featuring questions derived from recent articles appearing in the Strategy section here at PokerNews.
We’re fresh from covering the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, and the live reporting team is already down in Melbourne at the 2016 Aussie Millions to help bring you updates and results from another couple of weeks’ worth of exciting tournament action.
As each of those tournaments approach the bursting of the cash bubble, they are played “hand-for-hand” meaning each table left in the event completes a single hand before dealing the next one. The pace of play necessarily slows down when that happens, then usually speeds up afterwards once the money is finally reached.
Speaking of slowing things down, closely examining hand histories can be a great way to discuss all sorts of strategy-related issues, and in fact this week’s set of articles include several examples to prove that very point. Over the last week we’ve featured a number of detailed discussions of specific no-limit hold’em tournament hands, and this week’s set of questions all come from those hand analyses.
Get 7 (or more) out of 10 questions correct and you pass the quiz, and if you happen to miss one you’ll get an explanation of the correct choice.
Ready? As the tournament director might say to dealers during hand-for-hand play when it’s time to deal another hand, “you may proceed....”