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Since I spent a long weekend in Atlantic City, it's only fitting that I kick off my return to Hot Clicks with an amusing "gambling" story about the NCAA tournament. Max Kohll, of Omaha, Neb., tried to run a bracket pool with a $5 entry fee. Max, who has North Carolina winning it all, set up a pay structure of the winner getting half the pot, and money going to the second and third place finishers as well. There was only one problem: Max is in fifth grade, and his little venture into the world of bracket pools landed him in the principal's office.