How do these winning player regs adjust when playing a bazillion tables?
Just a quick question really, and this is taken from a post I saw spacegravy make when he was doing his prop bet about how people was beginning to call him lighter or spite call him for example and said he would just "adjust"
The thing is, like spacegravy there are players who will play 15 - 30 + tables at times and are winning players.
I see quotes from these players including the spacegravy quote about how they will widen their range or add ranges to their hands against particular players and so on.
When I've played like 10 tables + I've really started to struggle in actually realising what a range of hands someone might be calling of or shoving with, you kind of lose that ability maybe even as low as 6 tables because you just can't watch the action and watch everyones play because of the constant needed action to take your turn. (espically in turbos) You have split second decisions to make and it's even quite tough at times looking at your stack, who raised, the hud and so on to see if it's a profitable call or not.
What really baffles me, to me this seems quite difficult to do at 10 tables plus let alone being able to actually think what someone's range will be, in fact it's kind of impossible to know someone's range unless it's reg filled but this isn't the case all the time purely based on the fact you cant watch action on other tables, it's just is impossible to know their ranges and so forth so my question really is, how the hell can someone widen or tighten up their range against other players who they think might start shoving a lot wider etc..
Is this purely based on HUD stats or what?
Thank in advance.