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8-30-2010 @ 2:28PM
The brackets to these sorts of tourneys don't look like a typical NFL, soccer or NCAA bracket and can be somewhat confusing.... but I'll try :pIt seems it was double elimination and there were 8 teams. 2 of the teams are going to be flawless and remain in the "winner's bracket" where they will compete against each other and be given their first loss.In the meantime everyone who has lost once now goes into the losers bracket where they battle it out and get eliminated upon their second loss. (Evil Geniuses would've been in the losers bracket). The winners of the losers bracket would then play against the team that has one loss from the winner's bracket. Then the team that wins out of that matchup plays the (presumably undefeated team) that is holding the winner's bracket. This is where they would have to overcome a 2 win deficit because they have one loss already and the winner's bracket team hasn't had any. http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTUhrnhCkAwOUDlBr6sbweOneZ6ueBp1CPtVt54aTvCbfUbKBc&t=1&usg=__sHd97PLUMYC6GE-oZ2GAxZc0Rwk=
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