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Pool Rules
 
Scoring:   First Round: The weight for each correct pick is 1. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Second Round: The weight for each correct pick is 2. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Sweet 16 ® : The weight for each correct pick is 4. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Elite 8 ® : The weight for each correct pick is 8. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Final Four ® : The weight for each correct pick is 16. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Championship: The weight for each correct pick is 32. The seed of the winning team is multiplied by the correct pick total.
Tiebreaker:   The total score of the Championship game.
Constitution:   Everyone here is the Mountain West Connection bracket challenge I am trying something different with the rules. For each round the points are worth 32. Round one games are worth one point, round two is two points and so on. However there is a major difference in this bracket.

The seed number that wins is multiplied by the rounds point allowance. For example in round one a three seed wins and the point allowance is one so the seed number (3) is multiplied by (1) so the total was three points. Another example is for round two when a five seed wins and the point allowance is 2, so 5 times two is ten points for the round.

Just trying something different.