Posted 23 June 2005 - 05:57 AM
Im not sure i understand the question. Either you are asking if, from a hypothetical standpoint, playing 4 tables of 25$max is more profitable than 1 table of $50max, or you are asking if the $25max level is easie to beat than the $50max level. Ill answer both:To determine the level of greatest profitability, we need to look at your bb/100 and multiply it by how many hands you are seeing per hour. Since you are playing more hands when you multitable at the lower limit, we need only take your bb/100, express it as a dollar value at each limit, and then multiply the $25max rate by the proportional increase in hands per hour. i.e. if you are making 1bb/100 at 25max and 1bb/100 at 50max, you are indifferent to playing 2 tables at the lower limit or 1 table at the higher limit. If you can handle more than 2 tables and maintain this rate at 25max, play there. I assure you both levels are crushable, though. A friend of mine beats $50max for ~9bb/100 4 tabling (over ~10k hands). He beats $25max for more (but not enough more that it is profitable to stay at that level) and $100 max for less. Each level plays differently, and you will have to adapt to each.