Table of Interest: A New Table Management Tool

Date: 2009-12-12
Author: Jayme Lyttle

Online poker players are always looking for the next best tool to help them with their sessions.  Most of the time, poker players look for tools that will help them increase their volume or help manage the volume they currently play.  The decision-making process is generally the easy part at the tables; managing the tables is the hard part.  Most mass multi-tablers choose to stack their tables instead of tiling them these days.  In the not too distant past, players preferred to tile their tables because they felt they could pay more detailed attention to what was happening on each table, but that trend is long gone.

Stacking tables allows players to keep their mouse in generally the same position and complete their actions faster.  Players now realize that to play really higher volume, stacking the tables is the way to go.  The only problem is there aren’t many tools that allow you to stack tables and have the luxury of removing one to pay closer attention to the action.  Thanks to a brand new software program, stacking and removing tables from our table layout just got much easier.

Table of Interest was development by well-known “Thois” in the poker forums.  The program allows you to play with your tables stacked, but also keep an eye on what’s going on at your other tables where you are involved in a hand.  You will have a main stack of tables and when a table requires action, it will automatically remove itself to one of the other defined positions.  Once the hand is over on each table, the program will automatically load them back into your main stack.  Table of Interest supports all game formats, so whether you play sit and gos, cash game, or tournaments, you can definitely benefit from this program.

The program is very easy to set up and operate.  Once you download and launch the program, you will need to set it up the first time you use it.  Using the graphical user interface, you will need to define where you want your main stack of tables to be located and how you want your Table of Interest grid to be laid out.  The grid portion is where the tables requiring action will load.  By increasing or decreasing the value in the grid options, you choose how many rows and columns you would like to use.

You can then select your table background color and visualize your setup.  Once finished, choose “Run” and you are ready to start opening tables.  There are also several tabs where you can further customize the program if you wish.  For example, if you want to set up an auto-fold hotkey, you just open the Options tab and assign the hotkey you want to perform the action.  The settings are very straightforward, so you shouldn’t have any trouble changing the different settings and options:

Table of Interest’s license fee is $35 and includes free updates, so you get plenty of value for the small license fee you pay.  Table of Interest is a really useful tool, so give it a shot.  If you are a player who doesn’t use any software tools at the tables, this is a great one to start with.  If you have any problems, questions, or concerns, please make a post in the AHK forum and we will be there to help.

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