Super Bowl Pool Rules



Everyone chooses a square and puts their name in it. Once the squares are all purchased, the numbers are drawn randomly by a computer. Each grid of squares will have 2 numbers. It ends up looking like this after the numbers are drawn except names will be filling up all of the squares.

Let's pretend that the 49ers and the Broncos are in the Super Bowl. Lets say the score at the end of the 1st quarter is Denver 10, SF 7. Then Tod wins $100 for the 1st quarter score because the Bronco's score ends with a zero and the 49er's score ends with a seven.

Lets say the half ends and it's Denver 24, SF 14. Then Joe wins $100 for the 2nd quarter score because the Bronco's score ends with a four and the 49er's score also ends with a four.

Lets say at the end of the 3rd quarter its Denver 24, SF 21. Then Jack wins $100 for the 3rd quarter score because the Bronco's score ends with a four and the 49er's score ends with a one.

If the final score of the game is Denver 35, SF 28 then Jane wins the $325 for the final score because the Bronco's score ends with a five and the 49er's score ends with a eight. Get it?