couple of big losses follow and not only does the
player stop talking about his average, he often stops
keeping records. Players want positive reinforcement,
but they need reality.
Before you decide that you should play two games at
once because you have an established track record
of winning one big bet an hour or more, you should
log enough hours at your level of choice to have reliable
statistical data, not short-term "of course this
rate will keep up" data.
A second "pro-multiplicity" argument arises
if you're impatient and tend to play too many hands
because you can't stand sitting out. A second game
lets you be choosier in your starting hand selection
because you have twice as many chances to pick up
something playable. Because playing too many starting
hands is one of the most common (and most serious)
flaws in the average player's game, this is one of
the better reasons to play multiple games.