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Select one table count(*) from multiple tables MySQL

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Select from one table count(*) from two tables MySQL
SELECT *, 
(SELECT COUNT(postid) FROM posts where user = 4) AS counter,
(SELECT COUNT(revid) FROM reviews where userid = 4) AS counters
FROM users where usid = 4 LIMIT 1
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