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  1. There are several different playoff formats used in various levels of competition in sports and games

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  2. Some of the most common are the single elimination, the best-of- series, the total points series, and the round-robin tournament

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  3. A single elimination ("knockout") playoff pits the participants in one-game matches, with the loser being dropped from the competition

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  4. A double elimination format is used in most NCAA and high school baseball and softball tournaments in the United States

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  5. A total points series pairs off participants in a number of games (often two), with the winner being determined by who scores the most points over the series of games

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