After a long break from poker I returned to the game 3/4 months ago. I've been studying quite a bit and playing about 3k hands per week at 10NL with a current win rate of 7bb/100. I normally play on 4 tables which is comfortable but leaves little time for any serious analysis while in a hand. There would seem to be an obvious trade off between playing 1 or 2 tables vs 4 when learning new skill sets.

By playing more tables you create more volume for review and study but you aren't able to implement strategies very well in real time.

By playing fewer tables you have more time for analysis in game but less material to review and study off table.

Which approach would you say is best when my goal is to learn and implement basic strategies like range vs range, combos and bet sizing?

By playing more tables you create more volume for review and study but you aren't able to implement strategies very well in real time.

By playing fewer tables you have more time for analysis in game but less material to review and study off table.

Which approach would you say is best when my goal is to learn and implement basic strategies like range vs range, combos and bet sizing?

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