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A.6 - Round Robin Scoring

The final positions of players or teams in round robin competition is determined by the following sequence:

a. Winner of the most matches;

b. In a two-way tie, winner of the head-to-head match;

c. In a tie of three or more, the first tiebreaker is the net difference between the numbers of games that each of those players won and lost when they played each other. Matches played against person NOT involved in the tie are NOT counted. The player with the largest positive difference is awarded the position in question.

  1. If a two-way tie remains, the winner of the head-to-head match is awarded the higher position.
  2. If a multiple tie remains, the second tiebreaker is the net difference between the numbers of points that each player won and lost when they played each other. Matches played against persons NOT involved in the tie are NOT counted. The player with the largest positive difference is awarded the position in question.
  3. If a multiple tie still remains, the player who scored the highest average points per match is awarded the position in question. Matches played against persons NOT involved in the tie are NOT counted.