How many tables do you need to play? There is no exact answer to this question. All people are different and for each this number is purely individual. The popular opinion is that the more tables you play, the less your expectation from one table. For most, this is not entirely true. Playing one or two tables is often quite boring, a player can start playing much looser than necessary. Do not forget that the maximum profit from one table is not equal to the maximum profit total. For example, if a player has an expectation of $ 20 per hour on four tables, and on eight tables $ 8 per hour, then it is more profitable for him to play eight tables rather than four.A problem for a novice multitable can also be the conditions in which he plays. More tables mean more stress on the brain and less time to make a decision. Playing from the laptop on the couch, spending a lot of time hovering over the desired button, fatigue quickly sets in, and there is very little time left to make decisions.Therefore, when planning to multitable, you need to equip your workplace with a comfortable chair and a monitor with a large diagonal, as well as acquire auxiliary software. First, you need to purchase a program for collecting statistics. The most popular representatives of such software are HoldemManager and PokerTracker.hi im quite new here. i just wondered how many tables people feel is a good number?
i play 2 normally on 2 screens , sometimes 3 or 4 but rarely. i find that more than 3 or 4 everything starts going wrong!
does it depend in the game as i hear people m.t 8 to even 16(or more) tables cash! but i normally play double or nothing sit an goes an mtts. will this make a difference does anyone think? as the double or nothings are 6 man decision making comes round quickly
thanks for any opinions!!
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