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Single Elimination and Double Elimination

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Single Elimination and Double Elimination
Tournament

Single Elimination Tournament
This type of tournament works best if you have a large number of teams and a short time frame.

the easiest to organize.

a team loses one time they are out of the tournament.

Also known as the “Knock-Out ” system

Double Elimination Tournament
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Advantage:                            
this method is the simplest and most expedient way to determine a winner it can accommodate numerous entries and limited time and facilities
 
Disadvantage:                      
the best team may lose in an early round because of an “off day”, so the rightful winner may not be determined. many teams are eliminated in early play.

Total # of Games
G = N – 1
whereas:
N = Total # of teams
G = Total # of Games

Formula:

Total # of Bye/s
B = nP² - N
whereas:
N = Total # of teams
B = Total # of Bye/s
nP² = nearest power of 2

Byes are teams that have an advantage over other teams because they are only play after one game is over and they are determine by draw lots.

There's a bye if the # of entries or teams dot not belong to the number of power of two(nP²)

BYE
One of the fairest type of tournament
a team or player must lose two times.
There is a winner's bracket and a loser's bracket, everyone starts in the winner's bracket.
Double Elimination Tournament

Advantage:                           
 each entrant is guaranteed at least two games it produces a more valid winner than does the single elimination method
 
Disadvantage:                      
some teams are eliminated after playing only two games

Double Elimination Tournament

Formula:
Total # of Games
G = 2( N – 1 )
whereas:
N = Total # of teams
G = Total # of Games

Total # of Bye/s
B = nP² - N
whereas:
N = Total # of teams
B = Total # of Bye/s
nP² = nearest power of 2
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