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It's down to four. Pick the winners in the fourth round of our 32-pizza joint tourney.

Round 4: Ultimate Vegas Pizza Bracket

March 27th, 2017

It's down to four. Pick the winners in the fourth round of our 32-pizza joint tourney.

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