TUCSONWEEKLY - Sep 14 - Whitney Linscott's friends once bet her she couldn't get 1,000 Tinder matches in a single night. 1,069 matches later, she had won the bet and realized that there was a problem. She teamed up with Shannon White and launched Bracket, a new dating app. Each day, the user starts off with 16 potential matches based on age, geographic location and gender preference. Users then ask two potential matches silly icebreaker questions generated by Bracket and eliminate the less interesting choice, moving the other pick to the next round. At the end of all the brackets, users end up with one match, and a chat unlocks between two people. Only one connection can be made each day.