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How to focused on the 'one' table??

By: SaziVII @ 13:24 (EDT) / 203 / Comment ( 1 )

I've started paying on multiple tables at the same time recently, I'm lasting longer in tournaments thus finding myself starting the next tourny while still involved deep at another..guess my poker skill level has improved to that kind of level.

I am however struggling to keep focused on a specific table. I mean I will doing well on the one table and just starting on the other, which requires different playing styles/approaches. But I'd find myself applying the style/approach of the one table on the other and in doing so getting myself into trouble or missing out on certain hands.

How can I mentally seperate the different table situations? Is it a matter of practice makes perfect and I just need keep at it until I get the hang of playing at more than one table at a time or is there a 'lesson' out there or some words of advice to help me get to grips quickly??




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