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An Aussie poker pro - young kid who looked impressive winning a wsop event recently.

Anyways, I saw him playing SEVEN nh limit tables at once on fulltilt the other day. How the hell could he manage that? 2 tables keeps me busy enough. How many can you do?
 
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+rep for the first person who digs out that old video of that guy (I forget his name) playing 20-something SnGs at the same time.

Seven isn't that uncommon - I probably couldn't do it myself at NL ring (especially 6-max tables), but a lot of people can. It comes with practice and gradually increasing the number of tables you play - six months or so ago I'd have never thought I'd be able to play 6 SnGs at once, but I tried it the other day and got on fine (except I picked a bad time to run good and ended up HU on 5 tables at once - then it got a little too much for me, ended up with 1,2,2,2,2,x for the session and I'm sure I could have won a couple more of the HUs if they'd had more of my attention).
 
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That isn't actually the one i was looking for (the one I'm thinking of is on Stars and has 'Eye of the Tiger' playing in the background', but +rep anyway 'cos I'm nice.
 
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I played against him the other night in the Hendon Mob league - he had average chips but was playing very very tight, almost as though he wasnt going to let anyone get the bounty on him :p
 
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An Aussie poker pro - young kid who looked impressive winning a WSOP event recently.

Anyways, I saw him playing SEVEN nh limit tables at once on fulltilt the other day. How the hell could he manage that?
The answer is, he can't. Like many of the pro's, he does OK in tournaments and is just average in the ring games. I've been tracking him at FTP and so far I'm not impressed. Maybe he'd do better sticking to 1 or 2 tables.
 
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The answer is, he can't. Like many of the pro's, he does OK in tournaments and is just average in the ring games. I've been tracking him at FTP and so far I'm not impressed. Maybe he'd do better sticking to 1 or 2 tables.

Hey Four Dogs,

PM me his stats if possible.

He would find your assertion about cash v ring funny as he made all of his money on cash games (killed 5/10 NLHE) before last years Aussie Millions where he final tabled for about $80K.

He is a bit of a wundekind turning $100 into about $350K in about 18 months but he wants to be the best so keeps taking shots at higher levels and that is where he has been losing some cash.

But 7 tabling is not too exciting these days with many young pros 10-12 tabling consistently.
 
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