King of Carrot Flowers wrote:How large do you plan on the field being?
mlaird wrote:Also, this tournament is definitely going to need staffers. One should remember that there is precedent for Loyola Academy paying pretty handsome sums for a day's worth of reading.
Moving Day wrote:Thanks, Matt. I wasn't sure if you still had room since you had a waitlist and Fremd is trying to firm up their field.
cornfused wrote:What's the deal with the possible side event?
Wilberbeast wrote:Must convince coach. Working on it.
Moving Day wrote:Is it possible the BG and Stevenson coaches are making plans to attend Fremd instead?
mlaird wrote:Tournament structure will be as follows (if we have 36 teams):
We will have six pools of six in the morning, where each team will play five matches. Teams will then be rebracketed for the afternoon matches based on their placement (based on record, then points per game) within their pool, with pool winners and runners-up advancing into two parallel playoff brackets (seeded 1-12 based on points per bonus, then snake drafted into pools, with seeds 1,4,5,8,9,12 in one pool and 2,3,6,7,10,11 in the other). Third place teams in their brackets will be placed in another bracket, fourth in another bracket, fifth in another, and sixth in another. Each team will play another five games, and each team in the top brackets will play one additional game for final placement against the team with the same final placement in the bracket parallel to theirs.
Gus Honeybun wrote:mlaird wrote:Tournament structure will be as follows (if we have 36 teams):
We will have six pools of six in the morning, where each team will play five matches. Teams will then be rebracketed for the afternoon matches based on their placement (based on record, then points per game) within their pool, with pool winners and runners-up advancing into two parallel playoff brackets (seeded 1-12 based on points per bonus, then snake drafted into pools, with seeds 1,4,5,8,9,12 in one pool and 2,3,6,7,10,11 in the other). Third place teams in their brackets will be placed in another bracket, fourth in another bracket, fifth in another, and sixth in another. Each team will play another five games, and each team in the top brackets will play one additional game for final placement against the team with the same final placement in the bracket parallel to theirs.
What about tiebreakers intra-bracket to determine cross-over game between paralell brackets? Will you have to resort to ppg or do you have enough packets to do a full game tiebreaker between two teams tied for a spot (and thus half-packets between a circle of death) and do you have enough to/would you want to do full packet tiebreakers for a circle of death to determine the cross-over games?
EDIT: LIST apparently has 15 packets, so really just your choice vis-a-vis circle of death matters given this information.
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