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Thu Jun 27, 2013, 04:21 PM
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Since: May 2013
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like to play sit & go multi-table because use the time is short.And i can many choose games.

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Thu Jun 27, 2013, 08:27 PM
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Fri Jun 28, 2013, 11:33 PM
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As an American, I'm stuck in play chip action. My game of choice is the 27-player SNG game. I have played three games at one time, which is the maximum number of tables on the net version. I could do it, but found it less enjoyable. The reason: I miss the player interaction via chat. I've returned to one table and am both more profitable and finding the action more enjoyable.

When I could play cash, before Black Friday, I played four ring game tables at one time. Since nobody ever talks in the real money games, I had no trouble keeping track of the action. The only reason I didn't do the SNG games is my bankroll was measured in pennies, not in hundreds of dollars.

My suggestion: Try playing two games at one time. Sign-up for the second game after the first round has ended. You'll find the delay worthwhile as you'll be in Round 3 in one game and Round 1 in the next.

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