New England Patriots
6 3 7 1 5 8 2 4 9 0
Atlanta Falcons
7
SRS
6.4%
JC
11.5%
CDV
15.1%
ERS
4.5%
DLR
2.0%
JC
2.8%
cmh
2.0%
RAW
8.7%
DKH
3.4%
CDV
19.9%
1
MM
1.9%
DKH
3.4%
H
MWS
4.5%
ER
1.3%
TAN
0.6%
CDV
0.8%
bza
0.6%
CDV
2.6%
CyS
1.0%
SSN
6.1%
5
JC
0.8%
JC
1.5%
DWW
2.0%
TAN
0.6%
cmh
0.2%
RAW
0.3%
Me
0.2%
CDV
1.1%
ADN
0.4%
SW
2.7%
0
DLR
8.6%
amk
15.2%
TAN
19.9%
DJS
6.1%
RAW
2.7%
SW
3.7%
MWS
2.7%
DKH
11.6%
MJT
4.5%
CDV
26.1%
1
6
amk
2.7%
TAN
4.9%
cmh
6.4%
JC
1.9%
SRS
0.8%
DJS
1.2%
SW
0.8%
AFL
3.7%
DLR
1.4%
CDV
8.6%
3
TAN
4.9%
MJT
8.7%
RAW
11.5%
CDV
3.4%
SW
1.5%
MWS
2.1%
DKH
1.5%
BHS
6.6%
BHS
2.5%
bza
15.2%
9
cmh
1.4%
RAW
2.5%
CyS
3.4%
CDV
1.0%
ERS
0.4%
DLR
0.6%
DJS
0.4%
MM
1.9%
CDV
0.7%
AB
4.5%
4
JN
3.7%
JN
6.6%
JN
8.7%
JN
2.6%
JN
1.1%
MGB
1.6%
MGB
1.1%
MGB
5.0%
MGB
1.9%
MGB
11.6%
2
JC
0.8%
CDV
1.5%
cmh
2.0%
MWS
0.6%
DKH
0.2%
SW
0.3%
AFL
0.2%
bza
1.1%
ERS
0.4%
ADN
2.7%
8
CDV
1.2%
CDV
2.1%
ER
2.8%
bza
0.8%
DLR
0.3%
JC
0.5%
MJT
0.3%
MWS
1.6%
F
AB
0.6%
3
SRS
3.7%

Chances of Winning

All squares have been picked, and numbers have been chosen!

Gray numbers in the squares above show the chance of that square winning AT LEAST ONCE during the game with the numbers that have been chosen. The numbers below show how likely it is that each user will win AT LEAST ONCE during the game with the numbers that have been chosen.

But remember... Anything can happen!

Initials Number of Squares Total Chance of Winning Something
CDV 13 60.3%
TAN 5 28.3%
RAW 5 23.6%
JN 5 20.8%
MGB 5 19.8%
DKH 5 18.9%
JC 7 18.6%
amk 2 17.5%
bza 4 17.3%
MJT 3 13.1%
DLR 5 12.5%
cmh 5 11.6%
MWS 5 10.9%
SRS 3 10.7%
BHS 2 8.9%
SW 5 8.8%
DJS 3 7.5%
SSN 1 6.1%
ERS 3 5.3%
AB 2 5.1%
CyS 2 4.3%
ER 2 4.1%
AFL 2 3.9%
MM 2 3.7%
ADN 2 3.1%
DWW 1 2.0%
Me 1 0.2%

Winners

Game scores will be added here as the game is played. If you can't figure it out on the grid, check here to see if you're a winner!

First Quarter Halftime Third Quarter Final
Score Winner Score Winner Score Winner Score Winner
NE 0 CDV 3 DKH 9 AB 34 MWS
ATL 0 21 28 28

How It Works

Super Bowl Squares is a game played on a 10×10 grid making up 100 squares. People can buy as many squares as they like.

Once you register and payment has been received, you can log in and pick your squares by clicking on them. Your initials will appear inside the squares you pick.

When all squares have been picked, the numbers 0 through 9 will be randomly selected by a volunteer (I’ll record the video) and assigned to each of the 10 columns and rows of the grid.

At the end of the 1st quarter, halftime, 3rd quarter, and final (after the completion of any overtime), the score of the game up to that point is recorded. A winner is determined by looking at the last number of each team’s score and determining which square intersects those two numbers.

For example, if the Washington Redskins are playing the Houston Texans in the Super Bowl, and the score at halftime is Washington 24 and Houston 17, the winning square would be the one that has 4 for Washington and 7 for Houston.

Cost

$20 per square. Get as many squares as you like. Send me an email to arrange payment.

I won’t hold squares for you, so don’t get weird about that. First come, first served.

No, I am not making any money on this. All the money that comes in goes out as prizes. If you want to thank me for all of my hard work putting this together, bring delicious food and drink to my Super Bowl party.

Prizes

Prizes are as follows:

  • 1st quarter: $400 (20% of the pot)
  • halftime: $400 (20% of the pot)
  • 3rd quarter: $400 (20% of the pot)
  • final: $800 (40% of the pot)

How to Get Started

Click “Register” to sign up. You’ll need to register with a username, valid email address, and initials (up to 3 letters) that you’d like to use for your squares.

If you’ve played before, you can just log in with your previous credentials. If you forgot your password, click the “Lost your password?” link.

Once your payment has been received, you’ll be able to click and choose your squares.

Is this Legal?

In the jurisdiction of this website, games of chance in private residences are legal. In addition, “social gambling” exceptions allow for games where a) the participants have a bona fide social relationship, b) the organizer has no advantage over other participants, and c) the organizer makes no profit and all proceeds are distributed among the participants.

Which Numbers are Best?

There have been 50 Super Bowls, so there have been a total of 200 quarters. The numbers that most frequently hit at the end of quarters are as follows (source):

  • 0: 108 times (27.00%)
  • 7: 80 times (20.00%)
  • 3: 60 times (15.00%)
  • 4: 45 times (11.25%)
  • 6: 33 times (8.25%)
  • 1: 23 times (5.75%)
  • 9: 17 times (4.25%)
  • 8: 14 times (3.50%)
  • 5: 10 times (2.50%)
  • 2: 10 times (2.50%)

Of course, there’s nothing you can really do about it since numbers are chosen randomly.

After the numbers are chosen, we’ll do the math before the game starts and determine how likely it is that you’ll be a winner this year.

Good luck!