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It's like a personalised reverse stepover


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A system where contestants that do not advance due to failing to meet the qualifying standard (beating a set time or score, or in this case winning the match) is called repechage. What you are aiming to create is called a full repechage bracket ("full" because all losing contestants have a chance to eventually return to the main competition in some way). ...


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I can think of a few decent options for this bracket layout. For a simplistic approach, you could simply label them First Round, Second Round, Third Round... Final and leave it at that. Not very elegant, but serves the purpose of providing a label. Another option could be to base the loser's bracket labels on the round from the winner's bracket they are ...


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