Poker Frågesport: Strategi efter floppen

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Congratulations: Unit 3 Complete

Well done, you’ve completed unit 3 which was all about post flop strategy. That is by far the heaviest unit in this course and there was a lot of information to take in there, so well done, and don’t be afraid to revisit any of the lessons to make sure you fully understand the concepts.

Hopefully you are now starting to see the benefits of your new strategy and you are enjoying developing your game to become a winning poker player. We have completed the foundations for your strategy now and in the final 2 units we will look to build upon that with some more advanced strategies and tactics that you can add into your strategy.

If you wish, you can now take the end of Unit 3 Poker Test: Post Flop Strategy to see how you have grasped each subject.

Poker Test: Post Flop Strategy

Poker Professor - It’s time for you to take your next progress test, to see just how much of that information has sunk in.

You have now completed the first three units of the How to Win at Poker Course and the foundations of your new winning poker strategy are complete.

We have looked at how to to play after the flop, on the turn and on the river. We have added important tools to our strategy by learning how to make decisions using Poker Maths and added various poker bet types into our repertoire.

It’s now time for your next progress test, to again see how much of the information you have learned in this unit has sunk in. As usual don’t be intimidated, there is no pressure and you can resit the test as many times as you like. It’s purpose is really to show you if there are any areas that you need to revisit, or whether you are ready to move onto the next unit.

There are 16 questions to answer covering all of the main subjects covered in Unit 3. You’ll have a total of 20 minutes to complete the test and we’ll provide you with an instant grade and feedback as soon as you click submit at the end of the exam.

Good Luck!

This quiz must be completed in 20 minutes.Click here to start the quiz