Sweet 16 bracket challenge

Although a handful of members flirted with first weekend perfection, no one was able to correctly predict all 48 games of “March Madness”.  Needless to say Sportsbook.com’s $10,000,000 is safe for now.  That doesn’t mean you can’t still cash in on the rest of the tournament.  Up and running is Sportsbook.com’s “$10,000 Sweet 16 Bracket Challenge”.  Simply fill out the Sweet 16 bracket and if all of your picks are accurate, you could walk away with $10K.  Sure, the prize money might not be as high but this contest is much easier to accomplish perfection.  All in all there are only 15 games to predict and once again those predictions are “straight up” NOT “against the spread”.  Considering that numerous members predicted the winners of all 16 games on day one and a couple members correctly predicted the winners of all 32 games of the opening round, one can assume that someone should easily cash in on the $10K.  Hurry up and make your picks, this contest closes Thursday at 10:59 AM EST.

For all of you poker players, there is still time to win the all expense paid trip for two to see this year’s Final Four in Atlanta.  Tournaments are running daily for an opportunity to not only win some cash but an automatic bid to play in the “Sweet 16 Heads-Up Shootout”.  This one of a kind tournament will pit the 16 winners in continuous heads-up match-ups.  Just like “March Madness” the goal is to “survive and advance”. Win four consecutive heads-up match-ups and you are own your way to courtside seats at the Final Four.  As an added bonus, the 16 players that qualified for the “Sweet 16 Heads-Up Shootout” will also receive an automatic bid to the “$100,000 March Madness Freeroll” on April 2nd.  Numerous Freerolls and Sit ‘n Go’s are happening daily to qualify for this generous tournament.

With the most generous contests, the “100,000 March Madness Freeroll”, and -105 juice on Friday basketball betting; Sportsbook.com is the place to maximize your “March Madness” winnings.

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