Huh no need to get cranky, peace. But i thought you were comparing the system as a whole vs double elimination. Instead you rip apart and seperate the 2nd stage of the event and compare only that against double elimination. That is a bit messed up way of thinking.

Could you quote where I appear to be comparing only the 2nd stage of the event? Be specific.

While 6 people got eliminated on their first match, 26 other people had multiple chances and each player had 3 chances to get up to knockouts.

"3 chances" would suggest that a player would reach knockouts after already losing twice, and winning on their third chance. This only happened once in the entire event.

So it is like people had multiple chances to prove their decks strength to rise to do 4 more matches.

Actually, only 2 people played 4 matches in the knockout round. 8 people played 1 match. A more reasonable statistic is 2, as that is close to the average of matches played per person in the knockout round.

I gather your problem is getting eliminated in those final 4 matches.

I've already stated my problem pretty clearly. Don't try to make this a personal issue just to make me look bad. Do you see my saying that you're only arguing against me because you won? Nope. And I would expect you to maintain the same level of conduct.

In double elimination your deck might be one of the strongest yet meet a counter on the first match, which means you have to win like 9 more matches to rise up to the final which increases the chances that you will meet another counter tremendously.

The chances of that one of the strongest decks will be eliminated in World Cup is larger than the chance that it will be eliminated in Double Elimination. This seems obvious, but I suppose I could write out the match behind this if I really have to.

Meanwhile a worse yet luckily matched deck could go much further than you on the winners bracket easily. A terrible deck could win 1-2 matches while your awesomesauce deck loses by accident on the first. Now you get to win at least what ? 3 more wins to catch up ? The rule of "No loser gets eliminated immediately" alone does not instantly make everything about double elim fair. Its fairness hugely depends on RNG.

Again, the chances that a terrible deck could go further than a strong deck is larger with World Cup.

Besides it gets frustrating for several people to do 10ish matches compared to like 7 in this system. Last tpvp was a headache. You are comparing apples with oranges by taking only some of the results into consideration.

Ok, true, a maximum of 7 matches is easier to play than 10. However, the average amount of matches per person in double elimination is 4. The average amount of matches per person in World Cup is also 4. While someone could potentially have to play more matches in Double Elimination, the average player has to play just as much in World Cup as in Double Elimination.

* World cup gives 3 chance to everyone for knockout,

Well, not really. Someone could lose twice and miss knockout. This happened 7 times.

Everyone does same amount of matches.

Only in the group stage. Focus on the entire event, hain.

Hain, you've misunderstood my posts, misunderstood my argument, and misunderstood the event.

Honestly, do you really have the better argument? Or do you just want to believe you were right?