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    fddcsjxk commented  · 

    Huge agree. There's no logic in the number of rounds that Challonge forces, anyways- it's fine without there being a clear winner, but we're still expected to run a minimum number of rounds based on entrants??

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    fddcsjxk commented  · 

    Huge amounts of spam, so I doubt this will be seen. A workaround could easily be implemented that simply allows us to end Swiss brackets with any amount of rounds that we choose. I'm running a 100-person tournament that I'm happy ending with a top 10, but I can't choose to end the tournament with 6 rounds played. It wants me to have a 7th round even though I've determined all the winners I need.

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