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The Weekly PokerNews Strategy Quiz: Playing in Position

10-01-2016 35376 responses Top results

No-limit hold'em players well know the importance of position. In fact, in many cases — whether in a cash game or a tournament — having position on an opponent can be more advantageous than getting dealt a better hand or having more chips.

Today's installment of "The Weekly PokerNews Strategy" quiz features eight multiple-choice questions about position in poker. Get six or more correct and you'll earn a passing grade, and if you guess wrong on any you'll see an explanation of the right response.

After you're done, check the "Top results" to see your position relative to others who took the quiz. Log in to your PokerNews account beforehand and your username will appear on the list. If you don't have an account, you can click here to create one.

Question 1

Having position on an opponent is advantageous because the player in position can...

Question 2

The most favorable position postflop is...

Question 3

When a player in middle or late position opens with a raise preflop, that player is sometimes said to be trying to __________________ in order to enjoy position postflop.

Question 4

Where is the “hijack” seat located?

Question 5

From which position do players tend to win the least amount of money in no-limit hold'em?

Question 6

For a player playing from out of position postflop, which would be a strategy used to try to control the size of the pot?

Question 7

The term “relative position” refers to a player’s position relative to...

Question 8

When playing hands from under the gun, you will always be out of position after the flop.

What do you think?