Poker Office: “Tommy_Ho”

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Today we’re featuring Tommy_Ho‘s set up, a member of TwoPlusTwo. And what a beautiful poker office it is! Featured below are 3 variations of his set-up, “Grinding”, “Comfy”, and “Real Comfy”

Set-up:

Gateway DX4831-1e with Windows 7 64-bit.

Monitors: (2) DELL UltraSharp 2007WFP 20.1-inch LCD Monitor, (1) Dell UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC 30-inch Monitor

Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD5750 1GB DDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express for more info on setting up multiple monitors check out How to Set-Up Multiple Monitors

Keyboard: Logitech G11 (programmed for tournament play) (Updated version: Logitech G15)

Mouse: Razer Mamba (7 button mouse)

Also – Belkin n52te Tournament Edition SpeedPad (Programmed for cash games)

Software used: Table Ninja, Pokertracker 3.


How I use my set up:

If I am 16 tabling or less I will tile all 16 tables. When I exceed 16 tables I will stack them. I can play up to 40 SNGs/MTTs at a time.

I will keep the Pokerstars Lobby on the left monitor, I will stack/tile tables on the 30″ middle monitor and if I need to take tables out of the stack, they will be displayed on the far right monitor (table ninja)

I also use software called ULTRAMON to stretch the background picture over all 3 monitors.

There is a LCD mounted above my 30″ monitor that is connected to DTV so I can watch NFL ticket!  That TV is also a 4th monitor that runs off another computer which is used for NetFlix, iTunes, and watching CardRunners Videos.

I also use a program called Synergy which lets me use the same mouse and keyboard for the TV/Monitor (it’s like I have 4 displays)

Since black Friday, I have been playing on Bodog & Carbon poker with my set-up. I keep Carbons Lobby on the left monitor and Bodog on the right monitor and stack each site on the middle monitor. (I split the 30″ monitor in two – one side are Bodog tables and other side are Carbon tables)