Here is where you make some killer money and a stable income, but you CAN’T multi-table until you are continuously winning one Sit&Go at a time. Sit&Go’s are far easier to multi-table then cash games because you don’t have to watch every portion of action to weigh your opponents. Almost every popular poker site allows their players to multi-table, Full Tilt Poker and Poker Stars are again my favourites here. When you begin multi-tabling you need to start out with trying two-tabling. In the beginning, most people will continuously be engaged, and at times can be tiresome. If you think you are making awful decisions, try to start Sit&Go’s at different blind levels, such as the middle stage. Once it reaches the middle stage (4-6x blind increases), then start another Sit&Go. Now, you have two tournaments running at different levels, and if you are following my strategies, you would be folding most of the hands in the second Sit&Go, and will be easier to make decisions in the first one.
What strategy adjustments do you need to make when multi-tabling? Here it is wise to reduce the number of bluffs. When you really get good a great piece of advice would be to start four tournaments, and then wait for them to reach middle level, and then start another four. There will be different focal points on each stage in the Sit&Go’s and will help you manage all the games better.