Originally Posted by mrdeedreid
All these comments are great.
I've been marking the regs.
I read through Mark's $16/Hour SNG 4 part guide or whatever you want to call it from SNG Planet. The first adjustment and important one I think was tightening up early. I've seen a lot more bubbles because of it.
Which book by Colin M? I'll look up the title. Can I get it in online PDF format?
yes, mark's SnG planet articles were great for me. I also read Colin Moshman's book which was worth it's weight in gold. Beyond that, just practice. Getting a feel for just how tight I have to fold to a shove (AJ, AQ, JJ even) and how wide I have to be willing to shove (as bad as 85o sometimes).
practice was what showed me that I am not meant to be a serious multitabler.
Can I do it? yeah. I don't enjoy it nearly as much, I feel like more of a robot. I play online to sharpen my skills between live events...so I like to use SnGs in a different way than most SnG players do. I limit myself to 2-3 tables. THAT has positively affected my results more than anything else.