|Earl of Norfolk|
|Wed Dec 3 2008 2:23PM | edited: 2:34:06 | MsgID: 10438203|
The information is already there, sort of. It always gives the number of players in a tournament, for example "Ten player all play all." If there are ten players and you are one of them, you'll have nine opponents. "All play alls" are actually double round-robins, so you simply multiply the number of opponents (9 in the previous example) times two (9x2=18) to get the number of games you'll have to play.
The info is there, you just have to read it (and do a little math)!