A couple points of clarification...
Sets 1 & 2 are flat, sunny, chained
Set #3 (if necessary) is no spoils, foggy, chained
Players should join sets 1 & 2 ASAP when they are sent out and I'm leaving it up to the players when they want to play Set 3...you can join it right away or wait until it is needed.
Also, the scoring is just a way of showing how competitive a match was...the only way to win a set is to win the map.
I go through each map and the losing player is awarded a game for every round in which he outdeploys or matches his opponent. So if the winning player takes an early bonus and scores big right away you'll probably end up with a 6-1 set, but if the losing player keeps it close and pushes it into the later rounds, then you get the 6-4 and 7-5 type scores...just for fun though.
Current tourneys -- NCAA Basketball 2013-14, 2013 NFL season, 2013 FCS College Football playoffs
High rank: Captain. Place: 1,383. Points: 1,976