Alright, time to clear up some things.
I made threads on TG and RU, and there I actually supplied some information which is missing here, including the fact that this is the first time I ever do something like this, so mistakes were pretty much unavoidable. While it would've been better to indeed keep the games hidden until the tournament starts, or the day before that, it also helped me realize picking them all myself wasn't exactly a smart idea either, so I will do that differently next time. However, for now I came up with a different solution: I picked 6 more games, bringing the total up to 12. There's a link at the bottom of this post to vote for the 6 games you want to see in puzzle madness 2, and the 6 games with the most votes on the 10th, a few hours before the tournament actually starts, will be picked. I included a few more types of games, like breakout and maze, to give some more variety and options for the future.
Now about the games:
While it is true I'm pretty good at most puzzle games, how well I'll actually do can vary greatly between games, and depends on my mood as well. And even if I do have an amazing score on certain games, it usually takes me dozens of games, if not hundreds of attempts before I get those. My average score will almost always be a lot lower than my best scores, so just me having a high score on a specific game isn't necessarily a reason to be against it. Also, I've never been first on any of the games I picked in any other tournament, you may be mixing up Block Out and Block Hole pwnasaurus.
Anyways, I hope you guys agree with the choices I've made for now. As said before, I'm new to this tournament stuff, so I'm still learning. Next time I'll actually ask some others to pick games as well so it may be more "fair".
The google form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc1ybYAwB2ClPquQ3jf-ZzSNTOhfpfzCVakXgVdZzMjDNkszg/viewform