Pool Play Tiebreakers

2 Game Tournaments
3-Team Pool Tiebreakers

 

All 3 teams tie at 1-1

1.  Rank the teams according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Least points allowed in the game that each team lost; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     d.  Draw team names out of a hat

4-Team Pool Tiebreakers

 

Scenario 1:  All 4 teams tie at 1-1

1.  Rank the teams according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2, 3, or 4 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2, 3, or 4 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Least points allowed in the game that each team lost; if 2, 3, or 4 teams are still tied, then:

     d.  Draw team names out of a hat

Scenario 2:  2 teams tie at 2-0, 2 teams tie at 0-2

1.  The two 2-0 teams and two 0-2 teams will be ranked according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if both 2-0 or 0-2 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if both 2-0 or 0-2 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Coin flip

Scenario 3:  1 team finishes 2-0, 2 teams tie at 1-1, 1 team finishes 0-2

1.  The team finishing 2-0 is the pool's official 1st place finisher and the team finishing 0-2 is the pool's official 4th place finisher.

2.  The two 1-1 teams will be ranked according to the following:

     a.  Head-to-Head; if the two teams did not play each other, then:

     b.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if both teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Least total points allowed; if both teams are still tied, then:

     d.  Least points allowed in the game that each team lost; if both teams are still tied, then:

     e.  Coin flip

5-Team Pool Tiebreakers

 

Scenario 1:  All 5 teams tie at 1-1

1.  Rank the teams according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2, 3, 4, or 5 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2, 3, 4, or 5 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Least points allowed in the game that each team lost; if 2, 3, 4, or 5 teams are still tied, then:

     d.  Draw team names out of a hat

Scenario 2:  2 teams tie at 2-0, 1 team finishes at 1-1, 2 teams tie at 0-2

1.  The team finishing 1-1 is the pool's official 3rd place finisher.

2.  The two 2-0 teams and two 0-2 teams will be ranked according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if both 2-0 or 0-2 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if both 2-0 or 0-2 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Coin flip

Scenario 3:  1 team finishes at 2-0, 3 teams tie at 1-1, 1 team finishes at 0-2

1.  The team finishing 2-0 is the pool's official 1st place finisher and the team finishing 0-2 is the pool's official 5th place finisher.

2.  Initially rank the three 1-1 teams as 2nd place, 3rd place, and 4th place according to the following:

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2 or 3 teams still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Least points allowed in the game that each team lost; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     d.  Draw team names out of a hat

3.  To determine the pool's official 4th place finisher, apply the following:

     a.  Head-to-Head between the 3rd and 4th place initial ranked teams; if teams did not play each other, then:

     b.  Re-apply step 2, meaning the initial 4th place ranked team officially finishes in 4th place.

4.  To determine the pool's official 2nd and 3rd place finishers, apply the following:

     a.  Head-to-Head between the step 3 winner and 2nd place initial ranked team; if teams did not play each other, then:

     b.  Re-apply step 2, meaning the initial 2nd place ranked team officially finishes in 2nd place and the step 3 winner
           officially finishes in 3rd place.

3 Game Tournaments
4-Team Pool Tiebreakers

 

Scenario 1:  1 team finishes 3-0, 3 teams tie at 1-2

1.  The team finishing 3-0 is the pool's official 1st place finisher.

2.  Rank the three 1-2 teams according to the following (head-to-head will not apply because each team beat the other in a cyclical format - A beat B, B beat C, C beat A):

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Draw team names out of a hat

Scenario 2: 3 teams tie at 2-1, 1 team finishes 0-3

1.  The team finishing 0-3 is the pool's official 4th place finisher.

2.  Rank the three 2-1 teams according to the following (head-to-head will not apply because each team beat the other in a cyclical format - A beat B, B beat C, C beat A):

     a.  Greatest total point differential (max +/- 15 per game); if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     b.  Least total points allowed; if 2 or 3 teams are still tied, then:

     c.  Draw team names out of a hat

Scenario 3:  2 teams tie at 2-1, 2 teams tie at 1-2

1.  Rank the two 2-1 teams according to the following:

      a.  Head-to-head

2.  Rank the two 1-2 teams according to the following:

      a.  Head-to-head