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02-13-2013, 12:02 AM
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The thing is, randomness is typically most prevalent in single elimination settings.

Unlike a round-robin prelim, anybody can win/lose 1 game in a one-and-done setting, upsets royally skew brackets, and the 'luck of the draw' typically plays a huge factor....especially at this level.

Like CoolForumNamePending said, when an already small sample size is arbitrarily broken down into subsets, 1 single game can cause huge statistical deviations.

If we're attempting an in-depth look at the OG, it's important to view the tournament holistically. We get an incomplete and altered picture if we don't.

Last edited by Zine: 02-13-2013 at 02:06 AM.
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