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Multitable play and shorthanded

    • chilitiger
      chilitiger
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.07.2008 Posts: 29
      Hi to all limit players :)

      Is it good for one beginner to play on few tables in same tame ?

      And shorthanded ? Is it good for a novice ?

      How much experience must I have to start play on few tables or shorthanded ?
  • 4 replies
    • CoreySteel
      CoreySteel
      Bronze
      Joined: 25.10.2006 Posts: 3,366
      For starters it is always good to play only one table. If you are total beginner that should be even a rule :D
      Maybe it is even better to start with FR, but don't quote me on that :)

      Beginners tends to make more mistakes on shorthanded, especially if you have to make two, or even more decisions at one time.
      Just imagine when three tables are blinking. :D Panic, panic, panic...

      I, for example, am still playing "only" 2 shorthanded table at once. I can be more focus this way, am more aware of other player moves. Yeah, maybe I don't get as much $/hour as others, but this is only way I can play my A-game.
    • chilitiger
      chilitiger
      Bronze
      Joined: 26.07.2008 Posts: 29
      Thank you, CoreySteel !

      I'm not a total beginner, but I will play on one full table for now :)

      By the way-what is FR ?
    • CoreySteel
      CoreySteel
      Bronze
      Joined: 25.10.2006 Posts: 3,366
      Full Ring = Full table :)
    • opal99
      opal99
      Black
      Joined: 05.02.2008 Posts: 8,270
      Originally posted by CoreySteel
      Just imagine when three tables are blinking. :D Panic, panic, panic...
      and now imagine 5/6 tables are blinking, 2 of them made that stupid sound where you have only 7 secs to act... this is panic :D

      chilitiger: CoreySteel is right - you should start with 1 FR table and don't add any other until you master pre-flop chart