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Sorry folks for my ignorance. What does a "6(2)->1" format mean?
6 players, 2 games vs each player....top guy advances...
And tiebreaks are not used, correct?
they are only used if first and second are tied in points....
I thought a "+" symbol indicated that tiebreaks were used. Therefore, if the top two players are tied in points, then both advance if tiebreaks are not used... I think.
hmmm...yeah...im sure theres something in the tournament help & support...
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