Originally Posted by UncleConRon
The 45-90 player turbo sit and go's seems like a good tourney to be in. I would suggest playing one every 3rd day. About the time your do to hit the big one again. There comes a point when both should win and the another showdown with two others. You will only to propel about a third of the time. Yo could do this too. Play a 10 dollar sit and go after five 1 dollar sit and go's. Make sure you try to win the 1 dollar sit and go's and if you do figure that in the count. Since you won your no longer do for a win. So you have to delay the 10 dollar sit and go.
Yeah a 25 dollar month nine player tourney sit and go with points all month long would be cool. Something like that in the long term would be fun. Get your 100 tournaments in by end of month. Well you get the picture.
Actually I don't have a clue what you're suggesting here for OP.
OP, as far as what tournaments might be best for you... 'maybe' start out playing the STT (single table) & 'maybe' stick with that format for awhile. It's a good place to build yourself a decent foundation to work from.
Then, 'perhaps' move to other formats... ie. 45man Turbo SNG, or 18plyr. SNG (personally I always preferred the 18 & 27man 'regular' speed SNG's as I found it possible to obtain the highest ROI from them & most money as far as time/$ goes.).
In the single table SNG's, a decent player will be ITM (in the money) around 39-41% of the time. Any ROI above 0% is decent although in the lowest buyins it will be possible to maintain a higher winning percentage (with higher ROI) than it will be as you move up in buyins (at higher levels, +1% is good... in micro/low more like +10 to +15%)