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    The previous poster left this Feature Request pretty sparse, so let me add a little more.
    I organize Go Tournaments, and we usually use SOS (Sum of Opponent's Scores), aka Buckholz, and then SOSOS (Sum of Opponent's SOS), then SODOS (Sum of Defeated Opponent's scores), aka Sonneborn-Berger, as tiebreakers.
    I would like to be able to use them here, so as to have an instant published version of the tournament brackets, but will likely not be able to use them for official tournaments if these tiebreakers aren't added.

    Hope you can add them.

    For more information on available Swiss system tiebreakers:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tie-breaking_in_Swiss_system_tournaments
    Tiebreakers used in Go Tournaments:
    http://senseis.xmp.net/?Tiebreaker

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