This isn’t the first time the “Oracle of Omaha” has offered a lucrative prize with the March Madness tournament, but the odds of winning Buffett’s prize are in theory a bit easier. Last year, Buffett offered a $1 billion prize for anyone who had a “perfect bracket,” wherein he or she correctly predicted the winner of all of the tournament’s 63 games. FiveThirtyEight said there was a 1 in 1,610,543,269 chance of getting a perfect bracket last year.

With Buffett’s new prize, employees only need to predict the first two rounds, or 48 games out of 63, correctly.

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