Texas Hold Em – Resist the Urge to Play Multiple Hands at Once -No one can play multiple tables concurrently in the bricks-and mortar casino poker world, due to both the casino rules and physical restrictions (although many table games will allow multiple hands at the same table). In the online poker world however, you can easily play at multiple tables concurrently all in different windows on your computer (each table with different game limits and types if you desire).
Some sites limit the number of poker tables you can play (but you always have the option of playing in multiple computer windows) other sites simply make the sky the limit. When you play online poker for the first time, Poker Online especially in the Texas Hold ‘Em games, you may find the game speed somewhat disconcerting. Just the simple thought of playing two games at once may seem quite overwhelming. It does not take long however, to jump into the heat of the game and begin playing at faster speeds.
As well as the obvious confusion that could ensue from playing multiple poker tables and poker hands all at once, you risk computer crashes. If you decide to try and play various different poker sites at the same time in different computer windows you could freeze your computer and crash it. Multitasking may sound like a clever idea but if you computer hardware and internet connection aren’t up-to the job you could see your poker hands being folded for you if your computer crashes or you lose connection.After you play one table at a time for a while, you begin to picture yourself playing concurrently on another table. In fact, your naughty inner gambler may crave the idea of playing multiple tables at once. Think of that situation as being comparable with deciding to repeatedly hit your toe with a sledgehammer. It will cause nothing but trouble and additional stress that you do not need when trying to concentrate on your game.