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However, there are some sites that make a selection of questions and hand them to poker professionals to answer. I want to praise Erik both for creating such a fine effect and for outrageous customer service when I received a defective gimmick! The odds of being able to double up are good when you hit a set because the chip leader will probably try to bully you and your double up will be a small percentage of their stack. If you can spread five cards with your fingers, you can do this trick. This is a great trick, as well. Be sure you know How to Bluff in Poker. Asking them to recall what the other four cards were seems like an easy feat.

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Resets in a matter of seconds. Bonus handling and routine ideas. Subscriptions Top Inventors 1. Today, when you order "The Poker Test 2.

You can spend it on anything you like at Penguin, just like cash. Just complete your order as normal, and within seconds you'll get an email with your gift certificate. The Poker Test 2. Questions about this product. Have a question about this product? Customer Reviews showing 1 - 10 of Showing the Most Helpful Newest. Erik is the bomb in customer service!! I want to praise Erik both for creating such a fine effect and for outrageous customer service when I received a defective gimmick!

His email replies were prompt and genuinely concerned. I couldn't be happier and I will use the effect very often. Thanks so much again, Erik for meeting all my expectations. Did this review help you? I am a very unpracticed beginner so I love magic where the magic is built into the trick.

I was doing this in 15 minutes and fooling a very difficult audience my partners in business. Erik Casey hit it out of the park! But,as Erik would confirm: Greg Wilson was a huge help on how to present.

I loved seeing the Bible verse from The Gospel of Matthew on the box. Good job Erik in honoring Christ! This has to be one of my top 3 bits of magic and I have spent thousands and thousands on them this year.

It blows most everything I have bought out of the water. It is that good! What a bargain compared to some of the more expensive things I've purchased. Am I allowed to give 7 stars? Rarely does a trick come along that blends a perfect presentation and a great amount of Wow! Casey's fantastic Poker Test is one that will boggle the minds of even the most difficult spectator. The gimmicks included with the DVD, and a very well produced one at that do all of the work for you.

If you can spread five cards with your fingers, you can do this trick. Great for beginners, fantastic for an intermediate such as myself, and even better for the experts looking to slay audiences table hopping. Fits perfectly into my strolling set. It's a great opener and closer.

All in all, this is an instant classic and the gimmick could be easily rung in and out of play. Do you want to respond to this review? This is one neat opening trick. It is quick, visual, and engages the spectators without having them touch anything. It also resets easily, making it a great table-hopping ice-breaker. The trick is well-made, with a short, to the point, instructional DVD.

Fast shipping from Penguin makes this a "no brainer". This particular trick is great. It's basically self working do it is super easy to do and anyone can do it. That is not to say however that a seasoned pro wouldn't like this trick. It's super-visual and looks great. The gimmick is super well made and works like a charm.

However after a few uses I could see how the gimmick could get a bit worn but that is expected. Also not examinable by spectators and it is possible for them to figure out the secret just from a regular performance, though this is low probability. All in all I have to recommend this trick. This is a great effect for an opener or in the middle of your routine. The amazement of this effect is wonderful. I do not recommend showing the cards under six feet for there is a slight angle problem.

You have 15 cards in the deck that make you a winner, and 31 that knock you out of the tournament. This is a case of outs being more important than pot odds. An early position player with more chips than you raises to and you have pocket Twos in late position.

If you call or move all-in and get called, what hand do you hope your opponent holds? If you make a play with a small pocket pair you must be the aggressor, not the caller. When you make a move you can win if your opponents fold, but if you call you can only win with the best hand at the showdown.

The reason you might move all-in is the same as explained above about being the aggressor. In this situation I recommend moving all-in. Finally, how do you play pocket Aces or Kings from early position in the short stack example used in the last two hands? Most players instantly say they should move all-in. The answer depends on how aggressive the table has been.

You want to get all-in against one or two opponents if possible. For these reasons, limping may be the best play, but you have to learn about your opponents as you play so you can make the best decision. Very easy to set up and start playing. Are you kidding with this test? Also folding 99 to a button raise but an aggressive player when you have 20 big blinds behind is just bad play.

Awful play to fold A-K with 6 big blinds? Just as an update I did fix a few correct answers and explanations to more accurately reflect what I would do in those scenarios. Please log in again. The login page will open in a new window. After logging in you can close it and return to this page. Where would you like your FREE poker course sent? Your email address will never be sold or shared with anyone. What do you do? What should you do? Raise the size of the pot.

How do you play the same situation as the last question if you have Ace-King? Share the quiz to show your results! Just tell us who you are to view your results! Download now and improve my game for free. Share your results Facebook. Advanced tournament poker test answers in text format.

Poker Tournament Quiz Answer 1 One of the big things that separate professional tournament players from amateurs is the pros get their money in as a clear favorite more often than the amateurs.

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