How it works:
Once all the squares have been selected, we will randomly pick numbers from 0-9 for each team in the Superbowl, and assign that number to a particular row or column. These numbers represent the last number in the score of each team. In other words, if the score is AFC 17 - NFC 14, then the winning square is the one with an AFC number of 7, and an NFC number of 4. Since no one knows what numbers each square will represent, the odds are the same for everyone. So good luck and enjoy.
Score Change Payments - 19 score changes @ $50 each The Game Begins and the score is 0-0 (no payout). The AFC team kicks a field goal and now the score is 3-0. Whomever has the AFC 3-NFC 0 square will receive $50. Then the NFC team scores a touchdown and the score is now 3-6. Whomever has the AFC 3- NFC 6 square will receive $50. They kick the extra point and the score is 3-7. The AFC 3- NFC 7 square holder will receive $50. The AFC team scores a touchdown and the score is now 9-7. Whomever has the AFC 9-NFC 7 square will receive $50. The AFC team tries for a two point conversion and do not make it... nothing happens because the score did not change. The NFC team kicks a field goal and the score is now 9-10. The person holding the AFC 9-NFC 0 square will receive $50... Etc... Every time the score changes $50 will be paid, for the first 19 score changes. There are only 19 score change payments available. If there are more than 19 score changes, ONLY THE FIRST 19 SCORE CHANGES WILL BE PAID. If there are less than 19 score changes the last score change winner will get all the remaining unawarded score change money.
Here is a list of the total # of score changes and the amount the last score change would receive if there are less than 19 score changes.