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Old 07-18-2012, 05:15 PM   #67
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Default Re: S.Q.T. (stupid question thread)

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Originally Posted by August View Post
SQ about draws. Have I understood the draw system correctly?

#1 & #2 are on different halfs.
#3 & #4 are drawn to #1 & #2's halfs.
#5 to #8 are drawn to #1 to #4's quarters.
#9 to #16 are drawn to #1 to #8's eighths.
#17 to #32 are drawn to #1 to #16's sixteenths. I remember also reading somewhere #25 to #32 are drawn to #1 to #8 and's sixteenths and #17 to #24 are drawn to #9 to #16's sixteenths.

And, if a seeded player withdraws, #n takes the place of #n-1 in the draw with #33 taking the place of #32.
By the time it reaches the bolded part, I believe it gets totally random. I could be wrong though. But the rest of its seems correct.
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