What's the point of 24 Tabling Regular tables?

    • MickyCee93
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      When you can get nearly just as many hands done playing 4 tables of zoom/fast poker.

      24 Tabling regular tables is about 1200-1600 hands/hour

      While 4 Zoom tables is about 1000 hands/hour

      I guess if your 24 tables include some Zoom poker tables you can get 2000+ but that would be pretty hard.
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    • rompas
      rompas
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      Hi,

      i guess if the important things is just to get volume zoom is a faster way to achive more hands,

      if you play regular tables you will have more info at players faster and you can use that info and take advantage to get a higher winrate, so i would guess thats the reason,
    • Naidonis
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      Also regular tables are considered softer
    • MickyCee93
      MickyCee93
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      Originally posted by rompas
      Hi,

      i guess if the important things is just to get volume zoom is a faster way to achive more hands,

      if you play regular tables you will have more info at players faster and you can use that info and take advantage to get a higher winrate, so i would guess thats the reason,
      True. I don't have a HUD so that's why I play Zoom
    • Tomaloc
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      Originally posted by MickyCee93
      True. I don't have a HUD so that's why I play Zoom
      i thought it should go the opposite way :P
    • MickyCee93
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      Originally posted by Tomaloc
      Originally posted by MickyCee93
      True. I don't have a HUD so that's why I play Zoom
      i thought it should go the opposite way :P
      hmm I just think that regulars are less likely to have reads on me if I play Zoom. I dunno.