Two years ago, billionaire Warren Buffett, through his company Berkshire Hathaway, teamed up with Quicken Loans to offer $1 billion to anyone who could successfully pick every game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. What he's doing this year isn't as inclusive - but it's still pretty awesome.
In 2016, Buffett, according to Mashable, will pay $1 million per year for life to anyone who can successfully predict the first two rounds of the tournament. The catch? He's only offering the deal to employees of companies he owns.
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If you're feeling left out - don't worry. According to Mashable, the odds of picking the first two rounds correctly are 1 in 281.5 trillion.
Buffett's money is probably safe - but hey, you never know.