Originally Posted by Jones422
thanks for getting back to me, so aslong as im rolled with enough buyins for a certain limit it wouldnt matter if i multitabled aslong as lets say if i did run bad i just move down stakes when i drop below buyins i require for a certain limit?
Well that logic applies regardless of whether you're multi-tabling or not. Nothing changes about that. Multi-tabling does give you another option though, in that if you add too many tables and start losing an uncomfortable amount, you can either drop back in stakes or reduce the number of tables to where you can sustain a positive winrate.
As I said, I don't consciously pad my BR for multi-tabling. Others do. So take that for whatever it's worth. If you're playing on a minimal BR as it is, as recreational and losing players often do, then you probably want to beef it up a bit first. If you're properly rolled already, and are winning at a single table, then IMO you shouldn't need any padding to start adding tables. The key though is that you're winning at a single table -- if you add tables when you're already losing, then you're virtually guaranteed to multiply your losses.