For all fans of March Madness--yes, we're talking about basketball! Six years ago Andrew Clark began developing his own objective, statistics-based approach to picking the winner of the NCAA basketball tournament. The results: He has correctly chosen four of the last six champions using only one "sheet of integrity." In Bracketeering, Clark reveals his secrets by sharing a set of simple rules for each round of the tournament to help even the most casual of basketball fans pick their brackets and beat the so-called "experts" in their office pools. For readers who want to go deeper into the math behind Clark's rules, he tells them where to go find the information and how to use it effectively. “Andrew Clark writes from a fan's perspective while offering expert advice . . . don't make a pick until you read Bracketeering.” --Larry Johnson, host of WEII’s "Mustard and Johnson" (bookconscious)
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