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Tie break #5 is IMPOSSIBLE to happen Sharron!

May 27 2012 at 5:30 PM
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Anonymous 

 

if you apply the 4 max to Goals For on tie breaker #5, it's impossible to not be a tie also! If GD4 is tied (tie breaker #3), and goals allowed are also tied (tie breaker #4), then it's mathematically impossible to not have a tie on most goals (tie breaker #5) if you apply the 4max per game rule! This is when, i.e. tie breaker 5, the GF4 should not apply at this point and let the team with the most goals for (no limits) go through as opposed to shoot out.

Please explain how I am wrong on this.

Round Robin Scoring
Wins(3) Ties(1)
Points for each win: 3
Points for each penalty kick win: 3
Points for each forfeit win: 3
Points for each tie: 1

Tie Breaker #1
Head to Head
Head to Head

Tie Breaker #2
Most Wins
Points for each win: 1
Points for each penalty kick win: 1
Points for each forfeit win: 1

Tie Breaker #3
Net Goal Differential
Points for Score Differential: 1 Up to: 4

Tie Breaker #4
Least Goals Against
Penalty for score allowed: 1

Tie Breaker #5
Most Goals
Points scored: 1 Up to: 4

Tie Breaker #6
Shootout

 
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  1. So skip it and go to shootout. Sheeesh! - Anonymous on May 27, 5:36 PM
    1. Since when shootout is better than most goals scored all others being equal? - Anonymous on May 27, 7:27 PM
      1. He OP - give us some cases where to prove your point - Anonymous on May 27, 10:43 PM
     
  2. Everyone plays by the same rules - Do you think your team is at a disadvantage? - Anonymous on May 27, 8:44 PM
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