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  • Poker hand chart

    Does anyone know where i can find the hand chart that tells you when to 3 bet and raise/call with pocket pairs ect and from what position?

    I need it to pass the cash quiz im game having difficulty with the question like you have pocket 88s under the gun and the cut off raises whats your move?

    so you have to answer call re raise or fold but i cant find no hand chart on this, does anyone have any idea what im talking about?

  • #2
    Hi mike2198!

    There is no set chart for this that I know of, as it's mostly going to be player dependant.

    If I'm UTG with 88, then I can't 3-bet, as I'd have already made an opening raise with them. The cutoff would then be the player having to decide whether to 3-bet or fold.

    John (JWK24)

    6 Time Bracelet Winner


    • #3
      ok cool i gave you a bad example of one of the questions in the quiz so where do i learn when to raise or fold, i mean i think i raise and fold perfectly fine but the quiz obviously thinks otherwise so surely there's something out there that tells me whats the correct strategy


      • #4
        Hi mike,

        Perhaps you would like to have a look at this Thread. Enjoy!

        2 Time Bracelet Winner


        • #5
          this is brilliant cheers


          • #6
            Hey Mike,

            I made a reply to your question, but decided to make my own thread to post it because it got a bit lengthy. It can be found here:



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