As the title suggests, I'd like to know how common it is to win a long poker tournament (e.g. the main event) without performing any major suckouts. Major suckouts -per my definition- are the ones that:
Involve going all-in, or calling an all-in with less than 10 big blinds left.
Having less than 33% equity to win the pot (after the action is complete).
The reason for the question is that in case making suckouts is very common (for winners), so it's good to expect that they will likely happen to you during the play (if you are to win). Otherwise, an added confidence will be there to support the claim that playing "perfect" game will likely lead to winning.