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    Marcus Sprow

    While it is true that the odds are indeed long for getting a perfect bracket, the odds are not quite what you stated. That would only be true if each game had an equal chance of going one way or the other (a coin flip, if you will). That is decidedly not the case. This is why we have seeding, and why there are such things as “upsets.” It is much more likely that a 1 seed will beat a 16 seed than the reverse, so you have to give weight to that. It’s impossible to truly calculate odds when human factors are considered, though. Any player could have a bad day or an outstanding on, throwing the whole thing off. In any event, it’s more fun than buying a lottery ticket!


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