Dont see an edit button. In real games I shove here, which is probably the right answer, esp if you think your all in bet will get the Ax hands to fold. I think I outsmarted myself and chose "call and shove if no A on flop."
Also, on the Rounders question, I chose just call. If my whole bankroll's on the table, and something out there beats you, I'm just calling. Who knows what the right answer was. But I scored 100.
I'm unsure what they mean by donkey, maybe I don't understand the term in general. I always thought of a donk as someone who plays too loose, has trouble folding, gets in on action just to avoid boredom, esp. in marginal situations. Under this interpretation, it's theoretically possible to be a "donk" or LAG whatever, but still make good reads and bluffs and be a winning player.
It seems like their interpretation is that a Donkey is just a loose, bad player. Is this more accurate?