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How many March Madness brackets should you be allowed to fill out?

How many March Madness brackets should you fill out?

In case you haven't heard, it's March Madness time! Your bracket better be locked in. Or your brackets. Does it matter?

Some people think making multiple brackets for different pools is cheating. Others think it's a valid strategy. Some fall in the middle. What do you think?

There's no clear favorite in this year's NCAA tournament. Except illegal gambling.

WATCH | In the meantime, here are some numbers about March Madness gambling. There's a lot of it, and the vast majority is illegal.

What's your favorite way to fill out a March Madness bracket?

WATCH | If you still haven't filled out a bracket, here are some strategies to live by, assuming your office pool will still let you submit one.

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