I'm curious, how do the basic rules of bankroll management apply to multi-table play?
For example, I'm about to join a new poker site where I will be play 5cent/10cent NLH. Because I know the players there are EXTREMELY aggressive and truly awful, I'm planning on buying in for 20x the table max buy-in ($20), so I'll be buying in for $400.
If I play multiple tables at the same time, is it necessary for me to multipy my buy-in even more? Initially I thought to myself, it makes sense that I would need to increase my bank roll to play at the max buy-in at multiple tables seeing as how I can lose my money quicker, but following the basic ideas of bank-roll management the more tables I play, the more money I will make (assuming I'm an above-average player that wins at least 60% of the time).
Is there any general consensus on the need for an expanded bank roll depending on the number of tables played at once on average?