# Pot odds quiz – Interactive, with instant feedback

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1. The pot size going into the river is \$400. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$300 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What are your pot odds?

2. The pot size going into the river is \$100. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$200 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What are your pot odds?

3. The pot size going into the river is \$300. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$150 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What are your pot odds?

4. The pot size going into the river is \$500. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$500 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What is your breakeven percentage?

5. The pot size going into the river is \$100. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$200 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What is your breakeven percentage?

6. The pot size going into the river is \$300. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$150 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What is your breakeven percentage?

7. The pot size going into the river is \$500. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$500 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What are your pot odds?

8. The pot size going into the river is \$400. You are heads up with your opponent, and you each have \$300 left in your stacks. Your opponent decides to go all-in. What is your breakeven percentage?