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If I could add more monitors to my setup or actually buy two high res ones I'd probably try playing on 24-32 tables once or twice just for the kick of it. But I am not much of a grinder, nor somebody who will ever be interested in playing poker on such a massive scale. Yeah 3-4 tables I can look after, I can manage - I probably would not have problems with anything up to 8-12 with HUD but it definitely wouldn't make me feel easy and relaxed which defeats all purpose of recreational gambling in the first place.

     
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Posted by bowie1984:
If I could add more monitors to my setup or actually buy two high res ones I'd probably try playing on 24-32 tables once or twice just for the kick of it. But I am not much of a grinder, nor somebody who will ever be interested in playing poker on such a massive scale. Yeah 3-4 tables I can look after, I can manage - I probably would not have problems with anything up to 8-12 with HUD but it definitely wouldn't make me feel easy and relaxed which defeats all purpose of recreational gambling in the first place.


G'day mate

I understand completely. I used to play 12 tables at a time regularly until one day I realized I just was not having any fun. I was almost always able to keep up and rarely had to worry about being timed out. However, it was just not enjoyable to me anymore, it had just become another long grinding session. It had become work not enjoyable play.
The very next session I dropped back to 10 tables and then to 8 table for a long time that is were I stayed. The last time I multi tabled I only played 4 tables and I really enjoyed that session. The pace was very relaxed for me and I was able to easily watch all 4 tables at once and keep track of all the action. It was just a very enjoyable session of poker and it was even profitable. I played for almost 9 hours st8 and I only felt like I had been playing for a couple hours.
I think I will mostly be playing 4 table during this challenge but there might be some days when I play a couple more. Only time will tell.
Wishing you all the best
be cool

Ronin Cool

     
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Posted by bowie1984:
If I could add more monitors to my setup or actually buy two high res ones I'd probably try playing on 24-32 tables once or twice just for the kick of it. But I am not much of a grinder, nor somebody who will ever be interested in playing poker on such a massive scale. Yeah 3-4 tables I can look after, I can manage - I probably would not have problems with anything up to 8-12 with HUD but it definitely wouldn't make me feel easy and relaxed which defeats all purpose of recreational gambling in the first place.

I think its almoust imposible to make profit with more than 24 tables... and ofcourse you must have hud for more than 4 tables for sure.... I have simple hud (jivaro) that helps me little, and I think I could make profitable sessions with 8 tables, but for more I doubt I could pull it off... and I want to play relaxed, thats why I play 4 tables Blink

     
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make it to 1000 then paly 30/60 SNG on PS, well at least thats my goal Blink

     
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