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Congratulations to Dennis Liberatore of Worcester, Mass., who scored 67 points to win March Madnet 2014. Ruth Crame of Middleville, Mich., and Kenny Stagg of Raleigh, N.C., tied for second with 60.


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March Madnet covers the six tournament rounds over three weeks:
  • Week 1: 32 games in the first round for one-half point each and 16 games in the second round for one point each. Maximum possible score: 32.
  • Week 2: Eight games in the third round for two points each and four games in the fourth round for four points each. Maximum possible score: 32.
  • Week 3: Two games in the semifinals for four points each and one game in the finals for eight points. Maximum possible score: 16.
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