Originally Posted by rock0001
i cannot really understand how someone can be playing more than 2 tables HU. even playing 2 tables was unconfortable for me. ( i just played one or two times this way). the amount of hu stt you should play in my opinion is 1, and when you feel confortable by playing them, try playing 2 at the same time. if you feel unconfortable stick to just once. its not really worth it multitabling hu, because you wont have almost any time to analyze the hands, and it wont be profitable for you either.
It's all about how fast you can make accurate decisions. And the more games you've played and the more situations you know how to play, the faster you can play.
Imagine if I showed you a brand new game of poker that you weren't that familiar with. You'd struggle to make decisions on just one table. But someone who has played for years, has seen 100s of thousands, maybe over a million hands in the game, they can probably play three or four tables faster than you can play one (and far better).
That's an example of the main variable here - experience. Of course, even some great players (Olivier Busquet, the biggest winner ever in HUSNGs) only single table most of the time. But there are others who can win at the highest levels while playing 4+ tables too in HUSNGs. High level focus and a ton of experience in so many situations allows people to do that.