Some precincts determined who they'd choose for the most powerful job in the world in the same way school children decide who gets to play first or how referees choose who gets the ball.
Sanders and Clinton ran in a dead heat throughout the state and in cases where there was a tie, the decision was left up to chance.
Clinton came out victorious after she won six precincts that way.
In the end, it was a narrow victory for Clinton in what is being called the closest Democratic race in Iowa caucus history. She took 49.9 percent of the votes, while Sanders took 49.6 percent.
She won 22 delegates to Sanders' 21.