Originally Posted by Fou-Lu
Wait step back a step here.
Assuming we have 8 teams in total yes? So we have each team playing 10 games; where do the extra 3 games per team come from (shared over multiple teams of course, so that's. . . 1.5 average I guess)? With only 8 teams in total to play, each team would only require a total of 7 games to play against (hence the 28 total game play for the number of combinations).
Is it just round robin on it? Lets only focus on team 1.
The part that has me baffled as to how to deal with it is the remaining days beyond the permutation count for the number of teams. So with the above, we cap out on the 7th day, so I don't know how to make up the additional three days.
So the best way I can describe my conundrum here: I can easily calculate and generate the 28 required permutations. But I can't figure out how to match it to a ruleset of 4 per week for 10 weeks (which accounts for 40 games total) which is 12 above the original combination options (or 1.5x per team avg), some teams will need to play multiple other teams (up to 3x) repetition, but I don't know how to select which teams should be doing that.
Hi Just trying to create a function where I enter the number of teams, and the number of
games to play, and the function simply creates a schedule, again if I have a odd number of
teams, it gives a team the bye if needed. that's about it.