Are multi-table playing a game for you?

I would like to highlight the pros and cons with multi-table playing for online poker players.
New poker players are perhaps wondering, what multi-table playing is about?
Quite simple it means you are playing more than one table at the same time.
Perhaps you are wondering, why play more tables if you normally just play one table?

Well, the most obvious reason is to make more money.
If you only play one table, you are missing out on some major profit opportunities.
It’s a known fact that most players with some experience will make more money by playing more tables.

Multi-table playing means lots of action, but also less time to make decision.
The multi-table game might not be for everyone.

What could be the downside of multi-tabling?
More tables means less focus on each table.
You could miss small details from the tables.

Playing to many tables could lead you to play less well on each table.
Some players feel that multi-tabling becomes a mechanical game and therefore don’t like it, it’s actually a matter of taste.
If the game playing start to affect your results and you start losing then you got to stop, or take a break. It's very important to closely monitor your results.  

What it all comes down to is that multi-tabling is not for everyone.

If you believe this game is for you, then start out with 2 tables, if it works out fine you can ad more. Some people are comfortable playing 4, 8 and 12 tables.
If you consider playing 8 tables or more please note this is only for a limited number of players, due to the challange it brings along. It's important to realize that the more tables you join the faster you have to analyze the situation and be able to make a fast decision in a short time frame. One other important thing is that you must be able to control your emotions, losing out on a few games can affect your emotions in a bad way. There is no question about it, poker multi-tabling is the best way to maximize profits. No matter if it’s 1 or 10 tables you prefer playing I wish you luck. You can find more helpful poker articles here.