Each regular is ready to play 12-15 tables at the same time. When a regular opens as many tables as he can afford, his behavior is comparable to that of a greedy player who drives as many heifers as his barn can hold onto a public pasture. This player obviously gains an advantage in the competition with other players, because he produces more dollars per hour.Obviously, the ideal situation for him arises when all the money remains in the system, and the system itself grows steadily. The room will put an end to this part of the dispute between poker liberals and socialists.Playing at several tables is a step to the next poker level, if you played “losing” on one table, then you should not expect a miracle to happen and you will play “plus” on two or three tables - such a maneuver will only lead to an increase the amount of money lost. If you feel pretty confident when playing at one table, then, in fact, you should try yourself at several at the same time.