# Best way to draw tournament bracket in Android

I need to draw a tournament bracket in Android.I found an example that shows what I need:Example

My first idea was to programmatically create and fill a TableLayout.

I need to draw a tournament bracket in Android.I found an example that shows what I need:Example

My first idea was to programmatically create and fill a TableLayout.

What is a term for a videogame that, while labeled "Free to Play", is impossible (or extremely slow/tedious) to progress in without spending money on in-game content?Edit: Freemium is a decent answer, but I'm looking for something with more of a negative connotation.

What preposition should I use, in or on?For example:

67 people took part in/on the tournament.

What is the difference between tournament, competition and match?Differences and relationships:

So, match is a different animal (you can not call a match neither a tournament nor competition).

Is the tournament open for "anyone" or "everyone"?Usually a tournament would be "open to everyone" or "open to anyone".

When referring to tournaments that involve darts, what is the preferred term in American English?Is it a darts tournament or a dart tournament?

The article is about a tennis tournament.A typical tennis tournament is single-elimination -- if you lose one match, you are out of the tournament.

It's also been noted that the Triwizard Tournament probably did not continue after 1994.This is putting aside the "triwizard" assumption, of course.

Why is Master Roshi included?Are they not stronger than Master Roshi and Tien?

Hawk loses once in the arm wrestling tournament and over and over we hear it is double elimination.The double elimination did not apply to the final match.

A doubly regular tournament is a tournament such that every two vertices have $j$ common out-neighbours.How can we prove such a tournament is $2j+1$-regular?

This is a somewhat vague question, but I'm interested in ways to create a strong tournament from one or more smaller tournaments.Obviously, the disjoint union of two tournaments is a new tournament, but more interestingly, the idea of a transitive blowup of a tournament has been studied.

For $n\ge3$ let $a(n)$ be the minimum number of Hamiltonian paths in a strong (i., strongly connected) tournament of order $n.

Let $T$ be a tournament with $n$ vertices (i., between every pair of vertices there exists an edge in exactly one direction.

From a structural standpoint, if you are the best player in the field, is it harder to win a tournament like the Master's or harder to win a tournament like Wimbledon?The mathematics

More generally, how does a tournament's structure affect the likelihood that the best player will win?

Let a Chess Tournament has $n$ participants.And any two players play one game against each other.

In a tournament, say we have n teams and that we know all probabilities of a team i beating a team j.This tournament is somewhat like a single-elimination tournament but instead of brackets we have that each round has only one match.

The probability of team A winning any game is 1/2.The first team to win two games in a row or three games wins the tournament.

At each iteration, a player has a probability $p = 1/3$ to get a victory.The first player to reach 4 victories wins the entire tournament.

Consider a poker tournament with $N = 10000$ players.The $N$ players are ranked (randomly) from $1$ to $N$ and have uniform equity: for each $k \in \{1, \ldots, N\}$, each player has probability $1/N$ to finish the tournament in $k$-th position.