The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

How does Twain add complication to the plot by having the boys accept Tom's plan rather than Huck's?

The Adventures of Huck Finn

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Basically it is because Tom's plan is convoluted and long. There is a good chance they will not be successful. Huck's plan was much more straight forward and practical.