You could use a quality of points system. Here is an example of it in action:
Suppose we had a table as in the Golden Dragon Division and suppose for some reason all players with equal points were tied by previous tiebreak considerations:
Obsilium, Mazy, Viking, Varanas
First we settle the tie between Spite and suprass. They drew each other, so we need to see how they do against the next bracket. Spite got two wins and two draws against the group of Obsilium, Mazy, Viking and Varanas, while suprass got two wins and one draw (losing to me). Therefore, SpiteAndMalice is the champion under this system, while suprass goes to 2nd place.
Now we settle the tie between the large bracket. We can see that Obsilium and Viking did the best against SpiteAndMalice, while Obsilium also beat suprass, unlike Viking. So Obsilium is in third and Viking is in fourth. Mazy and Varanas both lost to the top two finishers and myself, so we look at their results against Viking. Viking drew Varanas and Mazy, so it comes down to their individual result, putting Mazy in fifth and Varanas in sixth.
Finally, to settle between gary and Trigz, we note that Trigz was the only player to beat SpiteAndMalice, so Trigz is in seventh, placing gary in eighth. The rest of the positions remained the same.
For the Red Dragon Division, the tiebreaks visualized by the system would be
worto03 (beat michigogo)
Dekronos (lost to michigogo, beat MattyRasker and Contraminus)
SlipperyJim(lost to michigogo, beat MattyRasker, but lost to ContraMinus)
stubar over MrTwister, as stubar beat michigogo.
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