We all strive to become "good" poker players. That's a relative term, of course, since a player who rates as "good" in one game might actually be one of the poorer players at another table full of even better players. In any event, whatever game we're in, we often recognize some players to be the "good" ones, doing the things that enable them to win consistently — if we are good enough ourselves to pick them out, that is!
This installment of "The Weekly PokerNews Strategy Quiz" asks eight questions that highlight what good players tend to do at the tables. A few of these present no-limit hold'em situations where you're asked what a good player would be "likely" (or "least likely"). While every situation is different — i.e., with any scenario we can always say "it depends" — one of the choices should stand out as the play the good player would typically make (or avoid).
Get six of the eight correct earns you a passing grade, and if you happen to miss any you'll see an explanation of the right response.
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