Super Bowl Betting Squares

If you are an avid sports fan, you must certainly have heard about the Super Bowl because it is such a popular game in the United States and the world at large. Super Bowl is an annual championship game in the National Football League (NFL) which has served as the final game of every NFL season since 1966. From the year 2004, Super Bowl is played on the first Sunday in February and this is a huge day in America for American Football lovers. This game is played by the winners of the NFL’s American Football Conference and National Football Conference championships
The Super Bowl is just a 60 minute game but it offers so much joy and opportunities to the fans. One of the opportunity that are brought about by this game are gambling whereby punters will be betting on the various outcomes of the match for a chance to win, the other exciting thing is called the Super Bowl squares, the Super Bowl squares allows you to make money through the Super Bowl game without having to wager the game in the traditional sense.
What is the Super Bowl Squares?
When playing the Super Bowl Squares, the objective is to have your numbers picked at certain intervals like at the end of a quarter, half, or game. The quarterly winnings are some of the most common method in Super Bowl Squares but some pools score based on every point scored in the game. In order for you to win, you must have squares that matches up to the score of the last digit of each team at the end of every quarter and the final score.
One of the things which makes this contest great is the fact that you do not have to be a football fan to win this contest as it is a lucky game as there is no perfect science to picking a square.
How to play the Super Bowl Squares?
Super Bowl squares is a pool consisting of 10 vertical columns and 10 horizontal rows thatched together and numbered from zero to nine. One Super Bowl team gets the columns and the other gets the rows. Each of the 100 squares inside is purchased individually. A punter can purchase as many squares as they wish and they add their name in one of the 100 boxes on the 10 x 10 square.
Before making the purchase, punters will be made aware of a per-square buy-in price, for the purposes of learning, we will use $2 as an example and what this would automatically mean is that the total pot would be worth $200. Some Super Bowl square games break down each quarter evenly, giving up to four bettors $50 each.
Below is a very good example which best explains Super Bowl Squares;
In a Super Bowl match between Cleveland Browns vs New England Patriots whereby the Patriots have a 13-8 lead over Browns at the end of the First Quarter, the NFL square operator would find the side of the grid associated with the Patriots, use the column with the 0 and cross-match it with the other side of the grid associated with the Browns. Super Bowl Squares payouts are quite rewarding due to the fact that only one winner can be associated with each cross-section, please note that the more squares that are bought, the greater the payout for the winner.
At the end of every quarter in this match, the person whose square corresponds with the intersection of the second digit of each team’s score wins a prize. If it happens that a square is un-owned, many people usually roll over the money to the next quarter