Super Bowl Squares is a game where one buys a square and payouts are dolled out based on the the last digits of the score at the end of each quarter and the final score. Because American football's scoring of (mostly) 7's and 3's some combinations are much more likely than others.
I looked at every final score for games going back to 1940. From this past data one can infer future probability to win the final score payout. Click on a square to drill down to past games below:
If each square cost $1, there are 100 squares, the $100 pot can be distributed as such: $20 to the winner of Q1, Q2, Q3; $40 to the winner of Q4 or the final score.
Important to remember:
- People pick their sqaure before axis numbers are assigned.
- Numbers are assigned to rows and columns randomly once all squares are bought.