Originally Posted by naruto_miu
Your the person I was talking about the supernova man, how did you set it up? Is your poker game like ABC, since your more card realiant more the anything, btw congrats on doing your thing.
tell me all about the set up you got going, plz and ty, I don't think i'll move up to 24 tables at a time, not quite yet, but one day i'll try it out, for now just want to mess around with 12
Originally Posted by NineLions
Still hoping for an action vid of 24 cascaded tables
As Ninlions says, I was gonna try and do a video, but everytime I try to compress the video in Camtasia the thing just dies.
I'll give it 1 last try.
Anyways, if a post hasn't already been done about multi tabling effectively (not sure if Chuck has done one?), then I may do one when I get back from my hols next week.
In a nutshell, I have a 17" laptop and I can play 20 tables easily, and upto 24 if I desire.
To multi table effectively you need to use AHK scripts, which are basically small programs that you load up that enable you to shortcut your poker tasks either by the click of a mouse or the press of a key. For example, I use a betpot script that has predefined bets at the click of the mouse, ratheer than using the bet slider or typing an amount in.
Then you need to look at your layout, ie how you position your tables. There are 3 methods, tiled, stack and cascade.
Lastly you need to have a stats tracker, like HEM or PT3 etc.
I try to play a simple game, but I'm not nitty at all even when 20 tabling. My FR stats are around 14/11/2, which is TAG I would say for FR. Multitabling doesn't allow ou to make extravagant plays, thats not what MT about. It's about $/hr and imo rakeback or FPP's.
Anyhows, if no one knows of a recent strat thread on multi tabling then let me know. If there isn't one then as I said I may do one next week.