Super Bowl Squares: Best Numbers to Help You Win Your Pool

February 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There are dozens of ways to make money on the Super Bowl, but one of the most common is in a squares pool.
Basically, 100 squares are set up in a 10 by 10 format. Each box represents one number for the last digit of the San Francisco 49ers score and the last digit of the Baltimore Ravens score.
Most pools have winners at the end of each quarter, but the most money is reserved for the final.
While it is difficult to predict the final score, there are certainly choices that are better than others.
This is easily the best bet based on how often this number appears. This is especially easy to hit in the first couple of quarters before the score starts to vary.
With the 49ers in this game, the odds of hitting seven are even better. Kicker David Akers has struggled all season, which means that field goals will not be too likely.
If they can get one more touchdown than field goal in the game—and an unlikely event, such as a safety, is...

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