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There are many different ways to look to calculate the odds on picking the perfect bracket. Attached is a article that lists many of the different possibilities

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(a + 5) (a - 5) = a2 - 25

The odds of winning are 10,000,000,000, to 1.

-8 (U could just have used the numbers rather than spelling it out u know)

Here are the odds in craps: 7 vs. 6 Odds: 6 to 5 7 vs. 5 Odds: 6 to 4 or 3 to 2 7 vs. 4 Odds: 6 to 3 or 2 to 1 7 vs. 3 Odds: 6 to 2 or 3 to 1 7 vs. 2 Odds: 6 to 1

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There are no documented cases of anyone ever filling out a perfect bracket. And it might not happen for a long, long time. According to DePaul math professor Jeff Bergen, the odds of someone without any basketball knowledge randomly picking teams and filling out a perfect bracket are 9.2 quintillion to one. If you have some basketball knowledge the odds are still not in your favor - 128 billion to one. In 2012, Fox Sports offered $1 million to anyone who filled out a perfect bracket. But there have been some very close calls as researchers say. P.S. There is a teen who so far has the perfect bracket. Interestingly, he happens to have autism.

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1 guy got 3 off a perfect

Gurpreet S. Sandhu successfully managed to complete a perfect bracket. He gets 100mill from Sun Times and one mill from Yahoo

In 2005, a person got 55 games correct on an ESPN bracket.

1 guy got 3 off a perfect

In 2005, a person got 55 games correct on an ESPN bracket.

Obviously, we can never get the exact odds of a pitcher pitching a perfect game. However, we can use scenarios to determine the odds of pitching a perfect game for that situation. For example, the game is taking place at 7:00 P.M at the pitcher's home stadium. The pitcher's odds of letting a man on base or committing an error each at-bat during a 27 out period is .300. The pitcher's team is guaranteed to score a run. (This is never the case, but were assuming.) The weather is perfect. The pitcher's odds of pitching a perfect game would be, according to my calculations, 0.0065712362363534280139543%. Obviously, this is only one situation. Many perfect games are much more likely to be pitched by better pitchers. I did the best I could just to give you a good idea of the odds of pitchers pitching perfect games. Now you try doing the math to see why they are so rare.

Well, the odds of finding the perfect partner are twice as good!

1 and a thousand chance.

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