## McMahon

Recommended pairing method: Strength

Pros:

- Only one game at a time (light load on players).
- The director can control number of rounds.

Cons:

- Weaker players may have no chance of winning depending on McMahon bars.
- Burden on the director to correctly choose McMahon bars and Number of rounds.

## Simultaneous McMahon

Recommended pairing method: Strength

Pros:

- Players get to play more games compared to other systems.
- The director can control number of rounds.

Cons:

- Multiple games at the same time (high load on players).
- Weaker players may have no chance of winning depending on McMahon bars.
- Burden on the director to correctly choose McMahon bars and Number of rounds.

## Round Robin

Pros:

- Easy to understand.
- Relatively short.
- Every player has a chance to win.

Cons:

- Maximum number of players is capped at 10
- Multiple games at the same time.

## Swiss

Recommended pairing method: Strength

Pros:

- Every player has a chance to win.
- Only one game at a time.

Cons:

- Relatively larger number of rounds.

## Single Elimination & Double Elimination

Recommended pairing method: Slide or Slaughter

Pros:

- Every player has a chance to win.
- Only one game at a time.

Cons:

- Players donâ€™t get to play the whole tournament.
- Very uneven games.
- Relatively larger number of rounds.