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  16-Apr-14, 06:01   #21
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xdomagojx 

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Posted by av1966:
How many games are you comfortable multi-tabling ?

For me 2-4 tables is in my comfort zone for making good decisions(so i think)

I start getting a little anxious at 5+ and notice I'm more likely to get all-in where I otherwise wouldn't with 2-4.

Maybe a monitor that's bigger than 13" would help? Smile Smile Big Smile Big Smile


There is a russian on pokerstars playing 60+ SNGS at once Big Smile He is actually a losing player but earns himself enough for salary each month duo rakeback as supernova. (there is video of him playing on youtube) - also worth mentioning he stacks tables as he plays on laptop Big Smile
I personally belive 24 is max for individual to be profitable and there is so few players that can do it.

A good screen is a must even for 6 tables. I can multitable comfy up to 18 on 24" but i recommend bigger than that. I'm most comftorable with 6-8 (with 6 i'm most profitable if i add 2 more winrate suffers significantly but rake is higher so depends when and what i'm after)

     
  16-Apr-14, 06:40   #22
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pochui 

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Posted by yout85:
So... my challenge:

I will register in 50 $1.50 9 man SnG's and 50 $1.50 18 man SnG's (standard, not turbo... for obvious reasons)
I will play until I am in no more games... with the aim of:
a) Making a profit.... and
b) Being in 50 or more tournaments at a time at some point

I'll do it this weekend...

sounds great, will be fun to watch (not sure about railing though Big Smile ) how it unfolds. cheers

     
  16-Apr-14, 07:04   #23
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BeMyATMplz 
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Why non-turbos over turbos? I don't see anything about "obvious reasons" about this choosing,turbos are alot easier to grind properly tha turbos (much more postflop play in non-turbos).
On the other hand,the games are much softer, so it probably evens out the lower edge.
I have holidays next week so I might do the same at $3.50 18 man turbos, might be able to get up to 50 tables there during primetime.

     
  16-Apr-14, 07:10   #24
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schmoyster 
Joined: Jul '09
Location: Russian Federation
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Posted by yout85:
I will register in 50 $1.50 9 man SnG's and 50 $1.50 18 man SnG's (standard, not turbo... for obvious reasons)
I will play until I am in no more games... with the aim of:
a) Making a profit.... and
b) Being in 50 or more tournaments at a time at some point

I'll do it this weekend...


And the next challenge will be 60 tables of rush/zoom poker Blink

     
  16-Apr-14, 08:37   #25
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yout85 
Joined: May '12
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Posted by BeMyATMplz:
Why non-turbos over turbos?


In a turbo SnG, you will get around 1 hand every 45 seconds... in the non turbo ones, it's more like 1 hand every minute, or 1 minute 15 seconds... Playing in 50 at a time, with the reduced time bank, it would be very tough not to keep timing out if they were all turbos.


Does anyone know the best way to record this, for way of proof?

     
  16-Apr-14, 22:57   #26
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
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50 tables at once, turbo in a screen monitor like 15 inches for me it will be just a headache
and nothing more, not to mention the obvious that it will be just a waste of money,
since i wont be able to keep track of all the tables. Smile
yout85 has a point with turbo Smile

     
  16-Apr-14, 23:09   #27
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BeMyATMplz 
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Turbos are alot easier to play though, especially if you don't want your edge to suffer.
If you know the proper ranges it's very easy to act very quickly, because there is alot less postflop play. Non turbos have postflop play, thus varying decisions that are often not standard and need much more clicking.
So if played correctly and as optimal as possible with many tables, turbo are by far the way to go

     
  20-Apr-14, 08:14   #28
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BeMyATMplz 
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Posted by BeMyATMplz:
I have holidays next week so I might do the same at $3.50 18 man turbos, might be able to get up to 50 tables there during primetime.


Tomorrow's the day, unless I have an unexpected huge hangover tomorrow Big Smile

     
  20-Apr-14, 12:59   #29
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ddblt1970 
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I wonder how much time you have to think about a hand when you are playing 50 tables at once.

I start to play bad as soon as I start more than 16. (6max DON)

     
  20-Apr-14, 13:33   #30
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Theapple 

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Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
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im quite confident when multi tabling, i can multi table up to one table at a time, without losing focus. i can stay at that table for multiple hands too.

i think that makes me good multitable player.

     
  20-Apr-14, 17:26   #31
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teknoboy 
Joined: Nov '09
Location: Poland
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 50
It depends.

If You are using software, such as poker tracker, You can feel much better comfort playing more than 4 tables, but IMO if You don't - dont make a feeling - " more tables - more money "

More rake - that is sure.


My experience is when I am playing 4 or more tables (no hud); I am getting too predictable, and also facing tough decisions with lack of time, making mistakes more often also. It's best for me to play one or two tables at once, and get some focus on my opponents style of playing.

If You are patient, and You dont get bored quickly, You can sit to ONE short handed table, make a 2 hours relaxing mp3, then focus only on this 5 guys, and you will see the difference.

Notice, that live playing is always one table obviously Cool

IMO I dont have nothing against 20 tabling, but only with HUD!

Secondly, try ZOOM playing it's like at least 250 hands for hour on 6max table.



PS I think it's Nanonoko siting here Big Smile Cool but - it doesn't count that much - he is japanese Cool

     
  10-May-14, 11:25   #32
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BeMyATMplz 
Joined: Feb '11
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Dunno why but I feel like multitabling hard right now, so I'll make a session regging all $3.50 18/45 man SNGs that come up within the next hour or so, loading up games right now, username on stars same as here obv. Blink

Edited by BeMyATMplz (Saturday, May 10, 2014 @ 11:33 GMT)


     
  10-May-14, 13:17   #33
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Twistyoursou 

Joined: Jan '14
Location: Portugal
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I'e only gotten to 4 tables. However, i play on a laptop screen, maybe on a monitor I could manage more...

     
  10-May-14, 17:27   #34
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Heskor 
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 2688
Yeah some players just play huge amount of tables and their main goals is not to lose money Or just a steady break even line. For them a good day is a break even day. They rake back and it call earn you a good sum per year if you can handle those huge amount of tables and can break even. People reasonably cannot play a lot of tables and still think of making post rake back profit.

Anyway good luck still stuck at 4 tables here. Cant do much or will lose money!!

     
  10-May-14, 18:37   #35
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xgcsnippy 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Canada
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Sometimes I load up 2 sit n goes on 2 different sites making 4 total, i tend to usually play only one

     
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