no problem) watch your opponents carefully on the table. Expand your hand range when the blinds are small. Do not make stupid bets, carefully study the options for the game. If in doubt, make a fold. Remember your mistakes and learn not to make them again and again! The main thing is luck, and enjoy playing poker! Poker is not a job, it's a vacation! good luck
One of the best things about low-entry tournaments is that you can do good things with your hands, like Ak or QQ All in so that you can make good progress in the tournament.
Do not leave any good hands with raise and bet and play in good position. with good position, you can bluff a lot and make a big stack.
Rate your opponents. I try to play passively. You need to understand that everyone has their own tactics in tournaments. I play passively, but win tournaments pretty quickly, but they (opponents) almost always make an all-in against me.
Tournament surviving is an art, you have to do big folds and play carefully in the begenning when deep stacked, especilly with medium pocket pairs 8s, 9s, 10s, Js if you get some action R/3Bet/All-in.
Try to play small pots so that you can see some flops cheaply, and muck your hand easily.
Don't fall in love with your hand, like AA and the flop is very wet 89T all same color.
playing very tight at the beginning of the tournament I know that marginal hands will appear at the beginning and to compromise your tournament more focus on the final tournament payout and always play with hands like AA, KK, QQ, (JJ AK AQo) = those hands this selected you must play with raise fold never go all in pre flop at the start of a tournament!