Very interesting posts.
I usually play 4 tables max as if I raise or 3-bet I like to see what their reaction time is, is it snap call or re-raise or a slower thinking player, and even if I'm not in the hand I like to see what showdowns happen, which is not easy when cascaded or stacked. Are you not bothered watching opponents @EL_HEFAZO?
@Bing__ When I start up I usually wait a couple of levels before starting the next one, 2-3 levels each table before I have 4, then I'm not usuall HU on more than a couple at a time, how about others?
A lot of poker zombies in this topic! I like that and I hope you move up in stakes, I'm patiently waiting...
Maybe you guys should advance your stats keeping a little and look at your ROI, depending on the number of open tables. You'd be surprised what you see there...
What about making your blog a little more interesting writing some stuff about life in SA and Chile in particular? I'd read that...
@EL_HEFAZO and others, what program/software you use for sng training/study?
Hey, @GN1991, I use Holdem Resources Calculator (HRC) to study some spots (usually bubble push/call/fold spots). You can also use the free nash ICM calculator on their site too, sadly you cant edit the ranges but at least you can have a grasp on pushing and calling ranges. I used to train with pokerstrategy ICM trainer too.