Calling all opinions of multi-table players
Preferably Iím looking for feedback by those who multi-table cash games.
Single table vs. Multi-Table
So many times people will post a ďwhat would you do in this situationĒ thread. They post their hand history, generally of a losing hand, and ask the question; what did I do wrong?
Iíve noticed a pattern that all the answers are actually questions. EG:
- What happened before the flop?
- What happened in the previous hand?
- Whatís your opponentsí table image?
- Whatís your chip stack compared to your opponentsí?
For those of you that multi table, aside from the PAHUD software, how can you keep track of answering questions like this?
I played my first multi table session tonight (4 tables .01/.02). Granted 4 tables isnít a lot compared to videos Iíve seen and other threads Iíve read but there was no way I could keep records on other players. 1 or 2 may have stuck out but thatís it.
Iím only assuming that multi tables can be summed up with 1 approach, pure solid mathematical poker. Am I right in saying that?
For those that do multi table, successfully, whatís your approach to a session?
Thanks for taking the time to read, look forward to your feedback.
Iím getting onto that Camtech video software and will be posting a video of my own session for analysis later on.
Thanks all & have fun at the tables.