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How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby anatoly8 » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:31 pm

OK I am new to poker and wouldnt expect to be able to do this from day one.

But

I have started to multitable 2 tables and find this to be usefull as I am able to play more hands in a shorter space of time so this aids my learning.

I thought Id give 3 tables ago and OMG!!

I was all over the place!!
http://www.casinobellini.com/ca/video_poker_rules.html
How do you manage to make a decision in the time given? Im talking post flop here.

How you count your outs? Make discounts for the flop, size up your opponent calculate pot / implied odds.. comapre all that against the odds of making it??? and all in about 15 seconds maybe less because 2 tables spring to life at once.

An insite into how all this effects your game.. and thus the stratagy you use would be interesting.

I assume that the key to multitabling is to remove all margional hands from your starting hands in order to make future decisions easier.. and quicker.
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Re: How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby Phuturist » Fri Aug 26, 2011 4:37 pm

Depends, or you could purchase software to assist...
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Re: How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby J-ustin-lee » Fri Aug 26, 2011 5:03 pm

I think you should ask yourself is there a need to play 10 table?
Are you winning? Cause I normally play 8~10 tables but my winrate is kinda low. By playing 4~5 tables, I can think clearly and make better decision.

If you play long enough, maybe a month or so. You will get used to it. Like just by looking at the table, you know what to do. Raise,call or fold.

You can use software like pokertracker or HEM to help you.
The software will keep track of all the hands you play and than display the stat of your opponent. If you see this player is very tight and he 3-bet you, you can throw away hands like A10o :)
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Re: How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby chenghao » Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:25 pm

Those who play many tables , their decisions are usually automatic.

Occasionally , they would encounter situations where they are stumped. They would post these situations in forums for other players to dissect.

pot odds , spr , implied odds , reverse implied odds all should be instantaneous.

you should be familiar with how your hand fares against different range of hands too
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Re: How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby linkensphere » Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:15 pm

same lor starting also 2~4 tables very luan... only can single table . but after awhile will get used to it ba.

im doing 9 tables now with my 15inch sony VAIO .. very squeezy even after minimizing all the tables to the smallest size possible.
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Re: How do you guys multitabe 10 tables at once?

Postby felixleong » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:34 am

1st, get poker tracker. It will provide u will all the stats, so you can make decisions a lot easier and faster.
Then you slowly add tables, but only do so when you are 100% sure u are already profitable playing 1 to 2 tables.

Generally when u start playing many tables its very hard to improve on your game
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