>Mr. Anderson proposed this Condorcet example -
>> 46: A, (B & C tied)
>> 6: B, A, C
>> 4: B, C, A
>> 44: C, B, A
>which produces A>C>B>A -- a circular tie.
>Subj: [EM] Condorcet Tie Breaker Instant Runoffs
>Date: Sun, Mar 31, 1996 2:52 AM EDT,
>B loses by having the lowest number of first choice votes (10).
>Thus, A beats C 52 to 48.
This Demorep1 circular-tie-breaker shouldn't be called Condorcet.
The real Condorcet doesn't care about first choice votes.