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OMAHA, Neb. — Berkshire Hathaway employees will have a chance to win as much as $2 million a year for life in their office pool for the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
But the contest is only open to the roughly 375,000 employees of Warren Buffett's Omaha, Nebraska-based conglomerate.
To win $1 million a year for life, employees have to guess the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men's basketball tournament correctly.
Buffett says that he'll double the prize to $2 million a year for life if either Nebraska or Creighton win the entire tournament.
But upsets are common, so the big prizes may be safe.
Berkshire also offers a $100,000 prize for the bracket that remains perfect the longest.
If more than one person ties in the contest the prize will be split.
Last fall, after Donald Trump accused Warren Buffett of taking a "massive deduction" on his taxes during a presidential debate, Buffett responded by issuing a press release saying he had never used the deduction Trump referred to. Time