The Little Prince

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SINGLE ELIMINATION
A single-elimination tournament, also called an Olympic system tournament, a knockout, cup or sudden death tournament, is a type of elimination tournament where the loser of each match or bracket is immediately eliminated from winning the championship or first prize in the event.
This does not always mean that the defeated competitor will not participate further in the tournament; in some such tournaments, consolation or "classification" contests are subsequently held among those already defeated to determine the awarding of lesser places, for example, a third place playoff.
Where more than two competitors can play in each match, such as in a shootout poker tournament, players are removed when they can no longer play until one player remains from the group. This player moves on to the next round.
A simple way to describe a single-elimination tournament is that the winner of each match moves on and the loser fails to progress in the tournament.
Some advantages of single elimination tournaments are: * the participants understand them easily * they are the simplest tournaments to conduct * they are useful in determining a champion for preliminary tournaments, such as a round robin * they determine the champion in the shortest time compared with other tournaments * they can be conducted with limited facilities * they can accommodate a large number of entries * they are interesting for spectators * they are the most appropriate for a one-day event * they are economical to conduct
Some disadvantages of single elimination tournaments are: * they involve minimum participation * they place maximum emphasis on winning * the champion may not represent the best team or player...this also applies to the…...

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