I also believe that you could win every tournament if you had perfect information, no matter how bad your cards were, and never had a hand at all. The only prerequisite is for you to be intelligent, and use the information to analyze how your opponents act with a given set of cards, and how to bet against them.
I mean, if a decent player is able to have a general idea of your opponents style of play even when you only see them show maybe 5% of their hands, imagine if you could see their hole cards every time? My take is that you could basically be the perfect bluffer, taking down pots by bluffing even when you have absolutely nothing, just because you know that even if your opponents have a hand, you know if you can push them off of it by betting how much, as well as when your 'nothing' is better than their nothing, every step of the way! Unless you really are a superbly astonishing idiot, and don't even have the most pedestrian understanding of any poker concepts at all, you should win the tourney every time.
My two cents, T.