Sounds like you have a solid strategy already, given your results (although you never mentioned how many times you've played that tourney). I'd echo rycky's comments, but also add that you have to be prepared to fold your marginals in the early stages.
Remember that task number 1 of MTTs is survival. Although stealing the blinds and antes is essential (and profitable on a tight table), it can be easy to wind up committing too much of your stack when you ramp up the aggression. In the early game, be prepared to fold hands like A9o if you come across resistance like a reraise. You'll be better off folding and choosing a better spot than shoving and getting called by aces. Save the big risk taking for later in the tourney when the blinds are going up and everyone is forced to start jamming with any ace or face :)
I'm sure you know this already, but its a mistake I still occasionally make :)
Last edited by bambini; Jul 24th, 2012 at 05:50 PM.
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