RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

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RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Demi. » Sat Oct 03, 2009 3:59 am

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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by ppizzapie » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:05 am

Uhm...discrepancies in the match descriptions and the table?

*crosses fingers that the match descriptions are the right ones*
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Demi. » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:06 am

They're the wrong ones.

Table is correct.

And for once...I can't really complain.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by ppizzapie » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:07 am

Nooooo

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Suigintou ;_;
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Chocola » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:10 am

Lol...
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Kairi » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:11 am

ppizzapie wrote:Nooooo

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Suigintou ;_;
I feel the same. T__T Giiiiiiiiiin. Yay for Misuzu though.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by ithekro » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:16 am

I guess that is what happens when 500 - 600 of your voters are on a major holiday.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by minhtam1638 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:16 am

yeah, my fault about the discrepancies for the first few minutes...
ithekro wrote:I guess that is what happens when 500 - 600 of your voters are on a major holiday.
Korea only makes up about 250... unless i'm missing a country...
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by ithekro » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:22 am

Hmm I was confused with China's 600...but still Round 1 was 3,174 vote low to 4,054 votes high.

Round 2 is considerably less. A high of 2,632 shows a drop off.

Are we sure South Korea is the only one with this holiday?
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by minhtam1638 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:23 am

ithekro wrote:Hmm I was confused with China's 600...but still Round 1 was 3,174 vote low to 4,054 votes high.

Round 2 is considerably less. A high of 2,632 shows a drop off.
Could be because the other half of the bracket is inactive until Next Monday?
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Motoyama » Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:04 am

Rin :<
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Game8910 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:50 am

i like the results but.....

what the shit!??? my fantasy score is going to die so badly
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by CrimsonFallingStar » Sat Oct 03, 2009 6:32 am

yeah, my fantasy predictions are toast too. I really should've just gone with who I wanted to win the round, because I can't say I've been unhappy with a single result in the double elimination so far.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by amdrag » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:03 am

Let's do it again, ladies and germs...

Shana def. Rin 1524-1108
So yeah, remember what we said about Shana being vulnerable? If that's the case, Shana has to wish she's vulnerable all tournament. Lower turnout certainly helped, as she had to deal with less anti-voting. She also has to love the Kyou/'Gin result, as I think the Mercury Lamp would have a much better chance of powering up to knock her off. As for Rin, she now has to deal with the Taiga/Shinku winner. Taiga did pretty well against a powerful Yuki, and the dolls haven't been nearly as strong as many thought, so it looks like it'll be a tough fight with the Palmtop Tiger.

Kyou def. Suigintou 1550-1026
This may not be proof of a "Rozen Mafia" in Korea, but it's pretty strong circumstantial evidence. Mathematically, this isn't an upset... but I'll be damned if it doesn't feel like it. Kyou's looked very good against the dolls, but now she faces the Flame Haze. I'll say this for the third time in a row, but I think Kyou's finally going down this round. As for Suigintou, this has to hurt. She does get a pretty good draw, as I like her over either Fate or Nanoha. Then she'll get either Rin, Taiga or Shinku, and even though Shinku beat her this season, I like her against any of those three. It's certainly not the death kneel it could've been, but it's not a good omen.

Hinagiku upsets Tomoyo 1360-1255
I don't think this changes much in the grand scheme of the tourney, as I think these girls are 2a and 2b behind Shana. I'd take either in the losers' bracket over the Desu/Mikuru winner, and I'd take either over Yuki in a hard-fought winners' semi before losing to Shana. I do believe these two will meet again, and it will be the same result, but keep in mind I did finish last in this fantasy round.

Yuki upsets Haruhi 1429-1119
This result means that ISML is coming into line with the rest of the world when it comes to Melancholy battles. I'm a Haruhi diehard, but Yuki at full strength is more dangerous in these contests than Haruhi, and that could be bad news for 'Giku. I think Hinagiku will win, but it wouldn't shock me if she lost. As for the Brigade Leader, she's the favorite against either Kagami or Holo... but then there's the matter of Tomoyo. I think it ends with Tomoyo, but a Top-8 finish after The Arc Which Shall Not Be Named is nothing to sneeze at.


And the Bald Line for Monday:

KAGAMI +125 over Holo
SUISEISEKI +150 over Mikuru
FATE +225 over Nanoha
TAIGA +75 over Shinku
VIKINGS +6 over Packers
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Eater-of-All » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:41 am

Can't say I'm unhappy with these results. 10/12 of my votes went through, so rather I should be getting drunk and joyfully dance the night away. But then, the vote totals are kinda meh....
amdrag wrote:Lower turnout certainly helped, as she had to deal with less anti-voting.
Yeah definitely. I'd predicted Shana to lose at ~1800 against Rin's ~1850, but apparently somebody mass murdered the voters to ensure that that won't happen.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Demi. » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:47 am

Eater-of-All wrote:
Yeah definitely. I'd predicted Shana to lose at ~1800 against Rin's ~1850, but apparently somebody mass murdered the voters to ensure that that won't happen.
Sounds like a Shanafan-like thing to do.
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by HinaSukiSuki » Sat Oct 03, 2009 7:48 am

Hina-chan win X33
It's getting to look like amdrag's original DE predictions, but Hina-chan was the lowest scoring Winner of the Q-Finals, so I have doubts about her winning the Data-Interface.
Let's hope Yuki turns back to how she was during Diamond and that our pink haired princess can pull the upset X33

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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by maglor » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:27 am

HinaSukiSuki wrote:Hina-chan win X33
It's getting to look like amdrag's original DE predictions, but Hina-chan was the lowest scoring Winner of the Q-Finals, so I have doubts about her winning the Data-Interface.
Let's hope Yuki turns back to how she was during Diamond and that our pink haired princess can pull the upset X33

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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by HinaSukiSuki » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:40 am

Ah well~ Hina is out of the dismal 11th place shadow from last year, which is way more befitting for the likes of her. If it ends up as a Shana v. Hina match, I wouldn't want either to win anyways, since Shana was my No. 1 before Hina came in X33
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Re: RESULTS - Double Elimination 2

Post by Chocola » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:48 am

Well, I like others have said, Yuki is now a force to be reckoned with. She was weak in Diamond, but she's back, baby.
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