Good Luck With That Bracket

If you just do the math, the odds of getting an absolutely perfect March Madness bracket are 1 in 9.2 quintillion, which is a “9” and a “2” -- with 17 zeroes.

So … no … you’re not going to get all of these picks right, even if you’ve actually been watching college basketball all season.

Here’s a rundown of things more likely to happen to you than filling out that perfect bracket:

  • Being injured by a toilet: 1-in-10,000 odds
  • Being struck by lightning in the next year: 1-in-700,000
  • Becoming a billionaire: 1-in-785,000
  • Becoming President of the United States: 1-in-10-million
  • Winning the Powerball jackpot: 1-in-292-million

If that’s not enough, you also have better odds -- at 1-in-4.2-quintillion -- of sinking a hole-in-one, getting a five-card royal flush in poker and winning $1 million in the lottery all in the same day.

So … good luck with that bracket? (BroBible)


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