Test Your Luck versus the Science Bloggers

Dave Munger of Cognitive Daily has started an NCAA tournament pool for the ScienceBlogs community. If all of those links were confusing, go here to get the details. If you have no idea what the NCAA basketball tournament is, you should definitely participate -- in these types of things, the less you know, the better you do.

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I know nothing - last time I played I won some money and did much better than people who actually watch the games and know the teams.