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If LaSalle wins.....90% chance I will win the pool. Why am I treating this like a dot com IPO back in 1999?
How can you know with 17 games left to play there's a 90% chance you win. Is your pool 2 people? Did you hedge by taking the ML for Ole Miss?
what kind of pool are you in where a 2nd round game featuring La Salle is gonna decide if you win it or not?
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
It is an "Upset Pool" Each participant picks a team seeded 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, and 13-16. You can only pick one team from each region. So if a team you pick wins, you will get the number of points equal to their seed added to your score. HIghest score at the end wins.
I was the only person out of 60 to have all 4 of my teams win their first round games. (St. Louis, UNC, Cal, and LaSalle.) Of course in round two, allof my teams are taking the pipe. But if LaSalle wins, I will be in first by a healthy margin going into the Sweet 16.
You knew someone was going to ask this, why didn't you just say so in the original post? Almost no one does upset pools.
Coke and whores are on me!!!!
I was trying to work on my spreadsheets, keep track of the game, and fap to Amanda Marcum at the same time. Hence why I did not go into detail.
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