One of the obstacles in playing Sit-N-Go is managing the bankroll. Most players will play tournaments to max for their bankrolls which can make them to loose all their bankroll, consequently, they begin to tilt. The fundamental rule is to have a bankroll approximately 25 to 30 times the buy-in plus usual fees.
Take wise actions within the time limit, for instance, if you wait to long you may loose all the bankroll. As much as your bankroll allows you move up or down levels to adjust accordingly. For example, if you are winning move up and if you are losing then, move down at buy-in level. You should play at a certain important money level such that the buy-in amount should be challenging but also at ease. Not being too low that the loss goes unnoticed and neither so high that it makes you tilt out of nervousness during the entire game.
It is recommended to only to multi-table when you are persistently winning at Sit-N-Go one at a time. It is easier to multi-table Sit-N-Go than cash games as you don’t have to monitor every aspect of each of your actions to beat opponent players. Almost all online poker sites allow their players to multi-table. The most popular websites are Poker Stars and Full Tilt Poker. If you are a beginner at multi-tabling then, you need to start with two-tabling. At the starting almost all players will be engaged fiercely and it can be at times very tiresome. It is wise to start four tournaments only when you get really good, then, wait for them to get to middle stage and then start another four.