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The winner of this match then plays a player who drops from the second round of W bracket due to a loss there; the player is placed in the bracket at the letter/number corresponding to the match in W bracket where they lost.
(In the images at right, Champ lost at W-A and dropped into L-A.) Further L bracket rounds alternate between these two match setups: two players who survived earlier L bracket rounds play, and the winner of that faces someone dropping from W bracket.
Major areas of tournament activity in the United States are centered around Southern California, the Maryland/Virginia area, New York, and Indiana, though most states enjoy an active tournament calendar year round.
This section highlights matches in a double elimination bracket that are of special importance to participants: Sets played at the beginning of the tournament are typically 'best 2 of out 3', while sets played towards the end of the tournament (eg.
Winners Semis, Losers Quarters, Grand Finals, etc.) are usually 'best 3 out of 5'.
These prices vary by region and tournament size, and differ for each type of event being entered: most bi-weekly events in Southern California charge for singles and total for a team, while similarly-sized east coast United States tournaments usually charge a higher amount.
Entry fees go into a "pot" for an event and are awarded to the winners of that event in pre-announced amounts, usually a percentage of the pot (common payout amounts are 60% for first, 30% for second, 10% for third).
Because half the remaining players are eliminated during each round of the bracket, the total number of rounds is based on the base-2 logarithm of the entrant count (rounded upwards).