Where is your game weakest?
As a low buy-in tournament player, I think I have two significant weaknesses which are related and can be described as one weakness. Sometimes when I get a nice starting hand, I just totally stop thinking about playing well and stop analyzing situations. I just decide that my two cards were best to start, and they are going to stay that way. And I also don't respect other players enough. When a hand progresses and is screaming at me that I'm not good anymore, I decide that this is a $3 donkament and this donk has nothing, even though it's clear he does.
For example: (hmm, well this hand isn't in my HH, so I will have to describe it)
This is in the $3 KO tourney on FT this morning. Early. I pick up AsQs around the cutoff. Open with a 3X raise, Button and SB call. Flop is K88, with 2 spades. Since I'm not acting last, I don't check for the draw, but try to win the pot there with about a 1/2 pot bet. SB calls. Turn is another spade. I sit on that and check behind. River is another spade. SB leads out with bet of about 1/2 pot (it was 420 chips, I recall). I raise to 1000, he pushes all-in, and I call. (Btw, starting stacks were 3K is how we have this many chips to throw around this early). SB has K8 for the boat.
Now, I don't know, maybe raising his river bet was ok, but I don't know what he's calling with unless it's Qs. So there may not be enough times he's gonna call a raise for there to be a point to it. So flat calling may have been wise. But once he goes all-in, what the hell do I think I'm facing that I could win? Again, the guy going agro with Qs is my only hope. So why donk out there? Because I convince myself he's the donk and not me. And I hate when I do that.
I don't do it all the time. There are times I play well for an entire tourney. But when I do this I get so disappointed in myself. And that, friends, is my biggest weakness.