you do know what single elimination means, right?
ANason21 wrote:kylej83 wrote:kylej83 wrote:ANason21 wrote:kylej83 wrote:Not that Wikipedia is authoritative...
In a single-elimination tournament, only the top-ranked competitors in a fixture progress; in 2-competitor games, only the winner progresses. All other competitors are eliminated. This ensures a winner is decided with the minimum number of fixtures. However, most competitors will be eliminated after relatively few matches; a single bad or unlucky performance can nullify many preceding excellent ones. Some single-elimination tournaments such as NBA use a multiple-game format, in which teams would play each other more than one game (e.g. best-of-seven series in NBA) in order to determine who is the winner of this round. Other knockout formats provide a "second chance" for some or all losers.
That's not even from wikipedia. That's from 8tournaments.com. Who the fuck has heard of them?
It just got edited out though
Odd, there's not a single source cited in that article. You guys are goofs.
Maybe in Canada they define the word "single" differently than in the States.
kjdadada wrote:jmwalsh8888 wrote:lol anason just loves to argue
I read it on the internet it has to be true!
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