so if a YEC ALT got into Singapore on RR Day 2 or RR Day 3, and only played 2 RR matches or 1 RR match, they are still ruled out of Zhuhai rightYEC ALTs who didn´t get in are obviously allowed to play this event as well
YES,so if a YEC ALT got into Singapore on RR Day 2 or RR Day 3, and only played 2 RR matches or 1 RR match, they are still ruled out of Zhuhai right
just don´t send on third day if you don´t wanna get in for one match only, once you sent and you get in there is no way for you to play Zhuhai!but if I send for ALTs every day, and I by some chance get to play on the third day, can I still choose not to play so I would be able to play Zhuhai and have a chance for more points then I would have gained in that one YEC match? :shrug:
yes I know the rules :nerd:You used to be so proud to know the rules:
Players or Teams who got replaced during the RR rounds still have the chance to qualify for the next stage if they scored more points than her RR opponents.
Normal LEs can be seeded and can get BYEs, that is just not the case for Top 30 LEsFor QD seed order (to give BYEs), do I use rankings without considering LE status, or entry order?
Seems a bit odd that someone can swoop in at the last minute and gain a direct entry to the MD.
If they have identical picks use countback.ok, so I was thinking yesterday, totally random, and I figured this situation, don't know if it can even happen but it's worth a shot to ask h:
imagine you have 3 people who are LL and they have identical picks, SR and ISR, so you would go on TB1. But what would happen if Player A has a better TB1 then Player B, Player B then Player C and Player C then Player A? :rolls: Also imagine that only TB1 is valid or something, because the other two were w/o or ret, IDK h:
so just hypothetically, what would said manager do in that situation?
TB built in a logical way, ISR is far from being logical :shrug:That can't happen with TBs, no? One is always better than the other (or tied)
It could happen with ISRs, though.