Position as a Tournament Strategy?
Here's the situation:
10,000 starting chips
30 minute blinds (45 min. blinds final table)
*This is my first large tournament! (308 entries/ 2days)
They say you need to have a strategy of some kind when entering a tournament. This is my thought. With levels at 30 minutes there is no reason at all to get froggy. So I am thinking a good way to approach this tournament is to only play three or four positions. Cutoff, button, small blind, and big blind. Mostly the button on and only with decent cards. I am planning on only playing A's, K's, Q's in all other positions. I figure with big stacks and lots of time I have atleast 3-4 hours to build chips with out playing alot.
Am I out of my mind or does this sound like a good solid approach?
Any input you guys can give me I would greatly appreciate. Whether I am right or wrong I would like to know. Thanks everyone!