If we go back to stacking for a minute, the point of stacking isn’t that it’s necessarily the best way to get the highest possible score. The answer to “why do we stack?” is “because it reduces the number of things that need to go right for us to win.” Let’s do a basic math example. If we have a roster with nine spots on it and we need a 75th percentile outcome from each spot to have a shot at winning a large tournament (so, 25% chance of each spot “hitting”), the odds of that occurring . . .