I think you have to understand that playing Ring games is completely different to 1-table tournaments and yet even more different to Multi Tables.
When i'm playing multis the best thing to do is to take advantage of the long level/low blinds. How?
Using them to create the loose-calling machine image.
I usually min-raise almost every single hand and when that one chance comes along where I have the nuts and I make a mediocre bet, someone re-raises me, I push all in. Hopefully they call.
The secret to playing fake/loose is to be consistent even when you have the nuts. Pre-flop you should almost always raise minimum but if you have one of the top 4 hands, you can go ahead and raise the pot.
Once you've made a considerable chip stack, you can ease off on the raising, look to change ur gameplay, limp in with awsome cards a few times to get people guessing.
Once you are in the top %10 of runners, just sit back and wait for other people to get knocked out. If you chip down due to blinds, make it back up playing conservatively.
Finaly table when everyone has lots of chips you should look to create that loose/calling machine image again. Being aggressive but also passive at the same time (Learning how to fold top pair).
Hope this helps