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Poker Academy 104
"Poker has a language all its own. Enter the Poker Academy and see how fluent you are in this interesting dialect."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In a hand, 'free roll' and 'free card' mean the same thing.
You are playing in a No-Limit Hold'em tournament and you hold pocket Aces on the button. UTG bets three times the big blind and three other players call the bet. When it's your turn you raise 20 times the big blind. When it gets back to UTG he says to you, "I guess it's only going to be me and you, I'm all in." Everyone else folds and you call. What is the play you made called?
Which of the following terms in synonymous with 'going on a rush'?
In poker parlance what is a 'scare card'?
It's the same as a free card.
A weak card in your hand along with an Ace, also known as Ace rag.
It's the Ace of Spades also known as the death card.
A card that freezes action because it could potentially beat you.
If you are watching a Texas Hold'em show on TV and the commentator says, "the river is a blank", what does he mean?
A blank is just like a counterfeit card.
A blank is any Deuce.
A blank is a card that seems to help no one.
A blank is just like a scare card.
If a player accuses another player of 'slow rolling', what does it mean?
It means moving slowly for no apparent reason when betting.
It means the same as slow playing.
It means slowly showing the winning hand.
It means the same as smooth calling.
In Texas Hold'em, if your hand has been 'counterfeited' what has happened?
You bet improperly so your hand is dead.
A marked card has been discovered and your hand is dead.
A card has come that makes you less likely to win the hand outright.
You accidentally flipped one of your cards over and your hand is dead.
A 'ragged flop' in Texas Hold'em is a flop that has the potential for making very strong hands, such as straights, flushes, and full houses.
What does it mean to 'jam a pot'?
Push all in or raise the maximum.
To bet out of turn and thereby have the bet declared invalid.
To slowly build the pot to get maximum value.
To raise the minimum so as to disguise the strength of your hand.
What does it mean if you have 'the clock called on you' or 'you are put on the clock'?
You have to sit out a certain amount of time as a penalty.
You have left the table and have to return immediately.
A round has ended and you can no longer play your hand.
You have 60 seconds to act or your hand is dead.
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Compiled Jun 28 12