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Discussion: 40+ Bracket

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Sept. 27, 2012
twotwo
Men's 50
23 posts
40+ Bracket
Just wondering why Team braves are scheduled for 4 games in the RR portion.
Sept. 27, 2012
Jawood
Men's 50
798 posts
Probably so you don't have to play the same 2 other teams every game in your 3 team bracket.
Sept. 27, 2012
twotwo
Men's 50
23 posts
sorry to disappoint you...I play in a 33 team bracket and coach in a 17 team bracket...3 team brackets aren't my idea.
Sept. 28, 2012
TommyC
16 posts
That is weird, if they do not play those two pool games on the 6th, all the teams would only play 2 pool games. Both J.K., Inc and Magic Unforgiven have 3 pools games scheduled which is who you are playing in your 3rd and 4th game.
Sept. 28, 2012
DaveDowell
Men's 60
1067 posts
Re-read the 'Format" Section of the 40-Platinum Division ... The three Major+ teams play a full internal round robin (1v2, 2v3, 3v1) to seed their Double Elimination Bracket ... The 'crossover games don't count for them, but do for the 50-Majors ... The 40-Majors play a 2-game seeding set to seed a three-game-guarantee bracket ... All that happened is the Braves play both of their seeding games on Saturday and the other two teams play one each on Friday and Saturday ... The Braves, in effect, play an 'exhibition' game (for them) on Friday for their 4th game ... Pretty simple structure, really.
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