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6 concurrent tables max

    • Bernasconi
      Bernasconi
      Bronze
      Joined: 04.08.2006 Posts: 486
      Hello 888 Poker community.

      I am wondering why the number of tables is limited at 6. I am currently playing NL2 because I want to build my BR entirely by Poker. So I have to grind a lot until I will have my money for NL5.

      The thing is that I feel pretty comfortable at playing NL2 FR but I can only play 6 tables at the same time. So I am wondering if 888 does not want me to play more and why? Should I play on other rooms at the same time?

      If I have to use another software / room to get more tables I could even stick with the competitor because most of them allow more than 6 tables. It just seems not logical for me and I would like to get an explanation for that.

      Or is it somehow possible to get a raise on this limit?
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    • 888Rep
      888Rep
      Gold
      Joined: 05.01.2015 Posts: 671
      Originally posted by Bernasconi
      Hello 888 Poker community.

      I am wondering why the number of tables is limited at 6. I am currently playing NL2 because I want to build my BR entirely by Poker. So I have to grind a lot until I will have my money for NL5.

      The thing is that I feel pretty comfortable at playing NL2 FR but I can only play 6 tables at the same time. So I am wondering if 888 does not want me to play more and why? Should I play on other rooms at the same time?

      If I have to use another software / room to get more tables I could even stick with the competitor because most of them allow more than 6 tables. It just seems not logical for me and I would like to get an explanation for that.

      Or is it somehow possible to get a raise on this limit?
      No six tables is the limit.
      The reason was a business decision by 888 management.
      Thanks!