Ken's book How To Win Even More mentions trying to accumulate your target in each round. I know there is also information available about the odds of winning consecutive hands or 3 out of 4 etc... Considering an elimination tournament with re-entry allowed in the first round, might it be a reasonable strategy to play for a lock in round 1A and 1B? Play aggressively and then correlate but shoot for a lock during end play. I wouldn't do this if I had no re-entry. But my odds of busting out twice would be less. Thanks.