Nuts Poker League Final - Strategy
In a little over a month I will be playing in The Nuts Poker League National Final. For those of you who don't know what that is here is their website: http://www.thenutspokerleague.com
and here is the information on the Final: http://www.thenutspokerleague.com/go/national-finals
As you can see blinds are 30 levels long starting at 25/50 starting with 10,000 chips. 20 people out of what looks about 100 listed players cash (1/5th of the field? Seems a lot to me?) and top prize is £2400 - quite a bit to me.
This is by far the biggest live tourney I've played in, both players wise and prize wise. Usually live I play £25-£30 at a card room with 20-40 players. Also 30 minute blind levels and 200 BB's starting stack seems quite deep. Seems quite intimidating to me.
Now, I know people may say "You've made it this far, you're more than capable" but I made it to the Regional Final playing at a Venue League against a very soft field who'd be at home asking "What's position?"
So, my question is, what strategies and tips can people give on this kind of tournament? What adjustments should I make as a mainly online player? Has anyone actually played in one of these?
Any and all tips and opinions welcome!