How does a double elimination bracket work?

As the Smash community continues to grow at a record rate, many TOs have been caught biting off more than they can chew, often overloading their own tournaments with multiple games and events without the appropriate preparations. This creates a logistical mess and an unpleasant experience for attendees. Before even thinking about hosting a multi-game tournament, TOs should learn how to manage time for a one-game tournament: these are simple and mostly boil down to analyzing the time required to complete each isolated event.

In the first of this two-part article, I'll discuss how to manage time specifically for a double-elimination bracket. This is the most common format at Smash tournaments, or at least the most common endgame format when preceded by round robin pools (we'll talk about how to estimate time required for round robin pools in the next article). A double-elimination bracket offers two chances for players to lose before being eliminated; while this sounds great taken at...

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I'm trying to figure out how to best handle a double elimination bracket. When I did my single elimination I did it like so

double rounds = Math.Round(Math.Log(totalfighters, 2)); double bye = Math.Pow(2, rounds) - totalfighters;

I basically had to figure out how many rounds and how many byes are needed, and then coded up how I would distribute the matches. On my match model I have the following:

Match { int fighter1 int fighter2 int winner }

I've been racking my brains as to how I can use the code above (if possible) to generate a double elimination bracket. My main issue with the double eimination is generating the Loser's bracket properly. Been trying to use the following format:

But I'm stuck on generating the loser's bracket.

Any thoughts? Or should I just compeltely ignore my algorithm for the single...

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The NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament is held each year from May through June and features 64 college baseball teams in the United States, …

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How does a double-elimination tournament work?

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Scores, official bracket for the 2016 NCAA DI Baseball Championship and College World Series.

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2016 DI College Baseball Bracket | |

Scores, official bracket for the 2016 NCAA DI Baseball Championship and...

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