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How are subsequent rounds in multi-round tournaments seeded; is it round one score & tiebreaker or does rating firgure in and if so is it pre-tournament or current.
By rating same as the first round.
Is this still true?
So after round 1 again the players get seeded according to their rating, and not according to their place in the first round?
Thats odd.. to me it seems that if you win the first round you should get seeded higher.
Does the seeding take into account players that advanced in your first round bracket? I would hope you didn't have to play the same player in the 2nd round just because the rating sort put you in the same bracket
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