(Quiz) Let’s Play a Final Table with $173,000 Up Top

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Ernest Gorham|Poker Strategy|Dec 10, 2019


Thursday January 01, 1970

(Quiz) Let’s Play a Final Table with $173,000 Up Top


Thursday January 01, 1970

(Quiz) Let’s Play a Final Table with $173,000 Up Top

Ernest Gorham|Poker Strategy|Dec 10, 2019

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Fortunes are won and lost at final tables, so it’s crucial you play well when you’re lucky enough to make one.
To help you practice and improve your chances at a big pay day, you’re about to be presented with 10 situations from a $10,000 buy-in final table. You will be taking the seat of Nick Petrangelo as he plays under the screen name oivens22.
Pick the best possible play for each situation, then check out the answers and explanations at the end of the quiz to see how Nick played each hand.
Good luck!

Payout Details

5 places paid in this $10,000 tournament, and we’re picking up the action just after the money bubble burst.
The payouts are as follows:
1st – $173,000
2nd – $102,000
3rd – $65,000 
4th – $40,000
5th – $25,000

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Let us know how you did in the comments below! Or, share your result on Twitter/Facebook.
How’d the Tournament End?
Don’t worry, I’m not gonna leave you wondering. Here’s a short video in which Nick analyzes the final few hands of this tournament:
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That’s a Texas-sized U-L, Nicky P.
Review the answers and explanations for the quiz here!

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Ernest Gorham
California bred writer and poker player you can now find frequenting the London MTT scene.

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