Low stakes SnG tourneys always have more luck dependency. Most pockets are held regardless of the bet. Most turbo SnG's start with low chip stacks, especially the hyper ones. You have to have more "luck" after the deal at these to win. It's harder to be consistent or to even track your success at SnG's because of the donking and calling without great cards pre-flop. Try higher stakes, like the $10 and up buy ins for a more professional experience.
I've been beating the $30 stakes for awhile and I have to tell you they aren't much better.. The players are so gambly it gets a bit frustrating when the cards don't fall in your favor. If you get KK the first hand of a tournament it isn't uncommon for a medium ace to reraise you and you can literally just push all in and get a call, it's ridiculous. Obviously folding a pair is out of the question then.
[quotethis is quite relative, I believe that the call will be good only against very aggressive opponents , because 30bbs is very deep to go all in with middle pair already in pre -flop .][/quote]
Agreed. Stack size matters too. To me anyways, some people would rather risk their tournament life on a pair of 5's