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question for sandtrap - Tue Jul 31, 2012, 11:32 AM
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holdemace486's Avatar
Since: Nov 2011
Posts: 1,760
Hi there I do not know if you will answer me, but am hoping you will take the time to answer me.

I know and have watched you progress on here with great stats and a mountain graph that seems to go one way, the up direction.

I have noticed a few times and know you do not use a hud.

I also know you multitable, and can play lots of tables at once.

How?

Do you have a huge television and tile the tables?

Do you cascade your tables?

How on earth do you get a read on a table with so many tables?

Or do you just stick to a solid game plan for all these tables?



I can just about manage two tables, and still get acurate reads, any more than this and I start to struggle,

Do you have some hidden tip for this?
 
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Tue Jul 31, 2012, 03:07 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Hmmm don't know if I should, you rarely listen to advice
But I will since I'm a nice guy...LOL

I have a 26" screen on my desk and I tile my tables
I have notes on players (colored circles), for those I don't have I'll play ABC poker. If something needs my attention, I'll move the table aside and pay attention, then write some notes.

What I also do, is watch all my losing and winning hands after my session. If more notes need to be written, then I'll open up the folder on player notes and add it to the existing or if needed, I'll create a new player notes

As for hidden tips...... Just ONE for now
Learn to play ABC poker before becoming fancy with your plays and before opening more tables than you can handle. Learn the basics
 
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Tue Jul 31, 2012, 04:03 PM
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Since: Nov 2011
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Thank you very much, and i wil remember that for when i do improve.

 

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