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Perfect Bracket Contest March Madness 2020 Promises $1 Million

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Mar/06/2020

JazzSports.ag promises $1 million to the person who gets that perfect March Madness bracket.  Eazy peazy, right?  Well, it's never been done before.

There will be a guaranteed winner, maybe just not for $1 million.

First place pays $4000, second place pays $2000, 3rd place pays $500.  The remaining top 50 receive a $10 to $25 free play. 

Remember also that there are currently future bets to win the 2020 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship along with lines for every game once each matchup is determined on Selection Sunday.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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