The quiz answers :
We can open raise
because it is part of the open raise range at this position (cuttoff).
We can raise on the flop because villain showed weakness and we don't have showdown value, what we have is a backdoor flush draw, so the best decision is to try to take the pot right now.
The best decision on the river is to raise for value, because we have a strong hand and villain defended his big blind, so his range is wide, he can have 8x, 9x or pocket pairs that he does not 3-bet preflop .
On the bubble, we have to put the pressure because we have the biggest stack at the table, so at 3 lefts for ITM we have to raise 72s, we can even shove this hand preflop.
Otherwise, we have to C-bet and continue to put pressure on the other streets.
villain check, he showed weakness so we can C-bet for value and if he calls we can check back the turn for pot control and bet small the river for value.
I prefer 3-bet 240 x 3 or 240 x 3.5, I don't prefer 3-bet shove because I have good depth which is +50bb deep.
we have gutshot draw, backdoor flush draw and the possibility of hitting a pair or more, so we have good equity
and the best decision is to play aggressive, raise the flop or check-raise the flop is a good decision. If villain calls, we can shove the turn.
We have 12 outs
We have 12 outs so we have 12 x 2 = 24% equity on the turn and 24% on the river. If we go all in we will have an equity of about 50%.
We can call the turn. Villain bets 1/2 pot on the turn, that's 3:1 odds
so we need a minimum of 25% equity.
we can 3-bet this hand on the bubble to put the pressure against the small blind.
We can float the flop to put more pressure because we have backdoor flush draw and backdoor straight draw.
On the turn, we have open ended straight draw, so the best decision is raise to put more pressure.
We bet the flop and villain called,
doesn't change anything on the turn and we have showdown value with Q high, so there's no need to double barrel.
Yes, we must raise to value the full house and hope to be called by flush or straight.
The raise size I can apply is 300 x 3.5 = 1050 or 300 x 4 = 1200
Range must have : QTo KTs+ ATs+
Range can have : Kh8h Kh9h Th8h Th9h ATo TT
Range doesn't have : KhTh AQ+ QQ+
Regarding this spot, we have
the action to eliminate is call because we have less than 20bb, so we can fold or shove.
Reagrding this spot, we have
the big blind raised 7bb and he only has 2bb left, if we shove he will surely complete 2bb, it means that we do n't have fold equity and we don't have enough equity with this hand, so the best decision is fold.
The best decision is shove
because we have good odds. Villain raises about half his stack and he has 2.8bb left and there is 5bb in the pot. In this spot we have odds of 3:1 and we can shove.
the best decision is shove because we have 14bb and it's a good enough hand to shove with our depth.
is part of our big blind defensive range, so we can call and see the flop.
We have top pair on a connected flop, I see shove or check-shove this hand is the best decision.
is part of the open range in UTG, so we have to raise 2bb or 2.1bb because we don't have a deep stack.
The effective stack is the smallest stack, so the big blind stack is 7.2bb.
We have a nut flush draw, so we can raise or shove to put pressure on our opponents.
We can exert pressure with
because there are 4 players left and we have good fold equity.