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Watch: Team888 Chris Moorman's Tip for Multitabling

Tags: 888poker, Chris Moorman, poker advice, poker tips
Posted on 16 April 2020 by "T".
888poker ambassador Chris Moorman is sharing one bit of useful advice regarding multi-tabling for poker players and fans alike. About Chris Moorman Born in England on July 12, 1985, Chris Moorman is known as the all-time leader in career online poker tournament earnings reaching the $14 million mark on August 2017. Currently ranked no. 9 in the England All Time Money List, the 34-year-old has [...]   Read more » Watch: Team888 Chris Moorman's Tip for Multitabling

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  16-Apr-20, 11:12   #1
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dule-vu 

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hm,so his advice in this video is not to play so many tables in same time?well,all of us know that and ofcourse its very hard to play 25 tables in same times,as he played in past and that for him 12 tables in same time is enough!dont get me wrong,but this advice isnt something special and new that we need to learn!

     
  16-Apr-20, 15:10   #2
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CALICUL 
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It is not easy to play many tables at the same time, because i don't know how to work with the keyboard when moving. Those who could do this were skilled and experienced. This professional player can only go with 12 now and and this shows that it is good to be cautious.

     
  16-Apr-20, 16:25   #3
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antonis321 

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Very nice of him to suggest not to play many tables , but only as many as you can handle , so as to make good decisions . These days you need to make your A+ game cause tournament players are tougher , if you want to go far and deep in a tournament , pr to the FT , you really have to make hard decisions , the best decisions , take your time to do so , which might no be possible if you play 20 or more tables , then time is less , pressure is more ,. Even he , a so talented and successfull poker player decided to stop playing more than 20 tables , and play 12 , as many as he is a able to play Smile

     
  17-Apr-20, 12:36   #4
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maragatero 
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I´m agree antonis321, "many as you can handle". I play 4 tables with effort when I make my s&g experience. I think that the kind of game that you are playing is a condition that allow or not the maximum multi-tabling. For example: I think that you can play more tables of cash (with similar villain skills), than S&G or tournaments. Because, in the last case, you need to considerer the stages of the game

     
  17-Apr-20, 12:57   #5
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depend what kind of games you play at that time,is that zoom,sit & go,cash tables,tournaments!its big difference from this games and how much time you need to react!but 10 tables to play in same time,isnt problem,even if this is normal cash games!ofcourse we talk when you play on laptop or computer,not on smartphone!

     
  18-Apr-20, 11:55   #6
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antonis321 

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He is a 888poker embassador , and yet he daoesn't suggest playing recklessly , play for fun , do whatever you please and makes you happy , even if you lose a tone of money , play too many tables even with no success , even if you lose one game after the other .

He suggests and advices carefull game , therefore the right bankroll management SmileHe proposes RESPONSIBLE GAMING , play with limits , play few tournament tables , watch for your best decisions , cause players nowadays are very tough and you come up very often facing hard decisions at the tables .

This is very responsible by 888poker and by Chris Moorman , especially these days with the increased online poker playing activity , due to coronavirus isolation , they don't try to exploit this situation


     
  18-Apr-20, 14:12   #7
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Yes I agree antonis321, all the good players and learning sites recommend that if you start with a downswing you have to makes two moves: down in the buy-in, and play in less tables. Maybe the second in first place, because the skill have a direct relation with the concentration capacity, and this is linked with the number of tables playing at the same time, before the average skills of the opponent (level of buy-in)

     
  18-Apr-20, 15:30   #8
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dule-vu 

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they all call in last weeks to play responsibly and especially you can see that on you tube videos,where people play slots!must say that in this time when I watch lot of this videos and in them they say lot of times this,not to spend lot money and so on and its to much for me!every players should know what he can spend and its hard to listen somebody who play 10,20 or 40 e bets per spins on slot!

     
  18-Apr-20, 16:46   #9
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CALICUL 
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I like to watch on youtube when a professional player plays 4 tables and explains some details. When he plays 12 must be very focused, so as not to lose important hands. Many of us can do this thing, but our pocket is too small for that. Anyway 3-4 is good for me.

     
  18-Apr-20, 16:52   #10
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Playing more than four tables at once may be profitable but it's just not fun. You can't t really play the game, see the opponents etc.
You just play by some rules you prefer. Nothing to do with real poker

     
  19-Apr-20, 13:26   #11
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antonis321 

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If sb has ready solutions for many hands in specific positions , check/bet/3bet/4bet tactics and strategies for specific situations , a very good shove-fold chart , he is in '' auto A+ game mode '' , he's decisions most of the time are being made automatically , without even thinking . So , this specific kind of player can play many tables at the same time . He doesn't need a lot of time for every tableor good hand to think and make the best decision , he knows most of the times , the mistakes are minimised a lot . So he might be able to play 6 , 10 , 20 !!! maybe more ???? tables at the same time , as long as he 's in the good mood , not tired and without tilt Smile

But a player who doesn't have these qualifications , he struggles a lot on the felt , the worst player he is the more decisions he finds a very hard time to make , so he needs time , he needs to think a lot , he can't play many tables simultaneously .

     
  19-Apr-20, 17:26   #12
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CALICUL 
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I never won when i played more than four tables. My concentration is very low at the moment and i make mistakes one after another. Experienced players play in a different style that i didn't learn. Sometimes it is good to learn skills and then you will succeed more to won.

     
  19-Apr-20, 19:08   #13
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when you want to earn as much as you can points for playing and when you want to be first for platinum star as poker stars had,they you need to play lot of cash tables in same time!you cant collect something like this,if you play only two or three tables in same time!dont understand why is hard to play more then 5 tables!its not zoom poker,where hands come in one or two seconds when you fold!

     
  19-Apr-20, 23:23   #14
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maragatero 
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Me too CALICUL! I´m not a good player, only an average recreational who can make some bucks in sits of low buy-in. But, includes the micro buy-in where I could play in a loose way, I can´t play in more than four tables. I can´t follow the playing of my best referents on S&G and MTTS, when they play 12 tables or more, I feel that they aren´t playing their best play

     
  20-Apr-20, 17:55   #15
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CALICUL 
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You're right. I told you a year ago or something like that about an Asian from China who plays
at 41 tables in the same time. The poker room was different but their software was very good and i could see this by name search. It's crazy but there was something else... like home games.

     
  21-Apr-20, 01:44   #16
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maragatero 
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Yes, maybe true, but is absolutely crazy! If he is a winner, he is created the make money machine! But forget the "pleasure" of playing, or the refined strategy. And, obviously, he couldn´t play +40 tables if he hasn´t several software to support these moves. Perhaps he hasn´t a bot software, but he need an administrator of the tables

     
  21-Apr-20, 18:27   #17
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CALICUL 
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I think that player was on several monitors and he was helped by friends... Those games were not tournaments. He plays SNGs from 9 players to 90. Incredible. I don't know if it was profitable but it could certainly be a bot. It's sad and not legal in my opinion.

     
  22-Apr-20, 05:15   #18
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antonis321 

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I cannot play satisfactory more than two serious games , or two games and one two freerolls (cause then for the freerolls I don't pay much attention , maybe none at all , I focus on the real money buy in tables Smile) . If I play more than two I start making great mistakes , it's a matter of time to lose tlling the truth . I need to study the game , a better shove/fold chart . Telling the truth maybe nit even two normal games at the same time , maybe only one , LOL Big Smile

     
  22-Apr-20, 15:29   #19
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maragatero 
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Yes antonis321, I understand to you because I couldn´t play in two tables for a long time. But it is just a matter of practicing. And, of course, you have to have an automatic game A playing. You can´t have any doubts. If you can play that, you don´t need to pay attention to all the little "tells" like the time that any players use to do a move.

     
  22-Apr-20, 19:19   #20
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CALICUL 
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Players who have only two tables can achieve more, than others who play many. You can't have a good chance, if you play all the good cards. The time comes when players lose and that means can lose the same in many games, where they play.


     
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