Perfect bracket not entered in Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge [VIDEO]
Brad Binder may find out in the next two weeks whether it's better to have entered and lost than not to have entered at all.
Lostlettermen.com reported Friday night that at least one men's basketball NCAA Tournament bracket remains perfect, and that bracket belongs to Binder.
Binder entered his bracket on Yahoo! Sports' general "Tourney Bracket You Pick 'em 2014" under the name, "Brad's Breathtaking Bracket." The bracket went through the round of 64 without an incorrect prediction - picking three No. 5 seeds to go down to No. 12 seeds as well as No. 14 Mercer's monumental upset of No. 3 Duke.
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Yahoo! Sports hosted Quicken Loans' Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge, but Binder didn't make an entry there.
But rather than expressing anger or frustration that he didn't enter for a chance to win $1 billion from Warren Buffett, Binder took to Twitter to brag about being the only one in the public spectrum with a perfectly predicted bracket.
Lost Lettermen reported that the chances of picking 32 games purely on chance is 1 in 4,294,967, (4.29 trillion). He is more than halfway to picking the entire tournament of 63 games, something that has not done in the history of ESPN's Tournament Challenge.
Perhaps, Binder understands that he is just living on borrowed time and he will have an incorrect guess in one of his remaining 31 games.
The question is whether he will be as bold on Twitter if he does end up with the perfect bracket and is not entitled to the $1 billion prize.