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Garvin Gray (2012-04-11)
I was wondering, to decide placings in tournaments on here, are tie breaks used?
Would seem obvious to use the game score to split ties, as everyone is playing best of 5.
Thibault de Vassal (2012-04-12 14:25:46)
I'm not sure... a game is a game, a round is a round, a hand is a hand (the following justifies :)) if we consider that winning 2-0 (rounds) or 3-2 is a question of luck more than the result of the full game itself (like a hand is a question of luck more than the result of a full round), the tie break would be matter of chance more than e.g. the TER that is the result of many games.
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