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If online poker cash games are your cup of tea, then chances are you use Table Ninja, an MTT tool and cash game tool that makes playing a high-volume of windows on major sites like PokerStars a breeze. Keeping up with PokerStars' recently policy change, Table Ninja officials removed the 24-table cap for cash games that previously existed. Now, players can use Table Ninja on as many tables as they'd like. PokerStars allows users to open more than 24 tables under certain circumstances, so it only made sense for Table Ninja to follow suit.
Table Ninja employs a series of hotkeys that allows users to bounce around the virtual felts painlessly and effectively. In recent days, two new ones were added, the first of which opens the "Waiting on Tables" window. If this window is unfamiliar to you, it allows you to track currently wait-listed tables.
There's also a brand new hotkey to "Apply Active Layout." If you're not quite sure what this hotkey will do, we'll let Table Ninja officials explain: "PokerStars allows players to create table layouts that can be saved and automatically applied. This feature allows the user to set a convenient hotkey that forces scattered tables back to their saved positions."
Rather than dragging tables around or using a layout that might seem a bit foreign to you because windows are scattered about, one click will zap all open tables back to their original positions.
Also brand new to Table Ninja is a faster repeat rate for gamepad buttons. Gamepad users will now be able to perform functions like setting bet amounts much quicker than ever before given the tweak to the repeat rate.
Sit and go players who use Table Ninja will rejoice at two key features that were added with them in mind. The first adds an extra two sit and go searchers to the sit and go opener, while the second adds the ability to accept or reject sit and go registration based on the colors that players are marked with.
Finally, there's an option to "Automatically select info tab for tournaments," which should be welcome news for tournament players on sites like PokerStars. Table Ninja officials told PokerSoftware, "PokerStars eliminated its refresh button for the info tab, requiring a new feature. This will allow tournament players to focus on the game rather than setting up their tabs."
Time is money in poker. The faster you can get set up to play, the more games you'll be able to load and, assuming you're a winning player, the higher your bottom line will be. So, using Table Ninja is a must in order to be efficient when you log in and play.
Three different versions of Table Ninja are available: the standard Table Ninja for PokerStars, TableNinjaPP for PartyPoker, and TableNinjaFT for Full Tilt. The latter is about to undergo extensive retooling after the forthcoming re-launch of Full Tilt Poker, which will likely occur in October or November. Each version runs $59.99.
All three versions of Table Ninja are part of the Recommended Program here on PokerSoftware. As such, we recommend Table Ninja for all players who play multiple tables at a time and would like more game play options.
Visit TableNinja.com for details today.
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