Asking for Quick Tips in a game of patience? Lol.
"You're only as good as your competition"
If you're playing b-grade people, they usually won't wisen up to your style. Though you already said the best tip for that. Display a good bluff from time to time , especially if you win one. But if you lose , I'll still show that I was bluffing
. But only if I see the person sweating it a little bit. (It's a dangerous tactic , but I usually do this once I've a considerable chip lead.)
"It's all about Timing"
Position , Position , Position. Raising out of position is a big flaw that I see often. At the same time you have to remember to raise enough to get all the bottom stragglers out.
"Good , Doesn't mean the Best"
I've heard hundreds of champions say this phrase in different ways. Knowing when to fold a good hand , is something developed over time but essential to tournament play. If someone's raising you and you think you have the best hand , take a step outta your hand and think about it. But once you do that , make sure you slow your overall play to compensate there after.