It seems to me some people are equating "I don't like [i]something[/i]" with "[i]something[/i] is unfair" -- I don't happen to think they are equivalent statements. Maybe (yet again) I just don't get it...
The World Bridge Games (formerly the Olympiad?) is pretty close to that, one national team per NBO. I haven't heard any USA (or other) players complaining it unfair that the USA only gets 1 team.
Different event, different rules. Neither "unfair".
"No other country can field more than one team in the championship, even if they are from the same zone as USA."
That is simply [b]not[/b] true, no matter how many times it gets said. It is by choice.
Maybe Zone 2 should just go to one big ...
"Europe gets 6 spots. Every Country needs to qualify through the EuroChampionships..."
That is by choice of Zone 1. There is [b]nothing[/b] stopping Zone 1 from allowing multiple teams from a single country, other than Zone 1's choice.
That is why it [b]is[/b] fair.