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/Oct/2012

Trying out 2NL fullring

By: NZbro286 @ 17:21 (EDT) / 482 / Comment ( 0 )

Ive just been doing a little bit of multitabling on 2NL the last couple of days. I downloaded the free trial of Hold'em manager and have been on 4 tables for a couple of hours. Ive played around 500 hands and im up around $2. Now I have built my bankroll up to $21.10

Im gonna keep on going on fullring for the moment as it seems to be working quite well for me. I don't know how the pros do 24 tables at once! 4 is quite comfortable but I don't think I could do any more than 10 without losing all of my focus.

That was my biggest win of the session

 

I think I shouldve got far more value from this hand! I had hands going on all 3 of my tables so I played it far too cautiously on the turn and river.

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