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Second thoughts

Posted: March 23, 2014 at 3:56 a.m.

Warren Buffett was willing to pay $1 billion to anyone who could predict the correct winner of each game in the NCAA Tournament. In less than two days, thanks mainly to Dayton and Mercer, there were no entrants eligible for the prize.

Hey Buffett, you can breathe now It took less than two full days of play for Warren Buffett to win his bet that no entrant in a Quicken Loans contest would predict the winner of each game in the three week NCAA Tournament.

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Sports, Pages 24 on 03/23/2014

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