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25 NSFW Black Guys Analyze Warren Buffett’s $1 Billion Bracket Offer

 

March Madness just got a lot more interesting. On Tuesday, Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway announced plans to team with Dan Gilbert and Quicken Loans to offer a $1 billion prize for anyone who fills out a perfect bracket for the 2014 men’s NCAA basketball tournament.

That’s a billion with a “B.” Really. More details to be posted here.

Winners can take the prize money in 40 annual installments of $25 million or a $500 million lump sum. If somehow more than one entry beats the 9.2 quintillion to 1 odds, the prize will be split.

“Millions of people play brackets every March, so why not take a shot at becoming $1 billion richer for doing so,” Buffett said. “While there is no simple path to success, it sure doesn’t get much easier than filling out a bracket online.”

Of course, Twitter went crazy over this. The best quick takes in sports are straight ahead:

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