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Super Bowl Squares Betting Game: How to Play Super Bowl Squares for Super Bowl 2023

Are you looking to play Super Bowl squares but don't know how? Maybe you just need a printable Super Bowl squares sheet for Eagles vs. Chiefs? Luckily for you, we've got you covered with both in 2023. Find out how to play Super Bowl squares here.
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Super Bowl Squares Betting Game: How to Play Super Bowl Squares for Super Bowl 2023

If you've heard of Super Bowl squares and you're looking to play it at your upcoming Super Bowl party, but you don't know the rules for Super Bowl squares, you've come to the right place.

Super Bowl squares are one of the best Super Bowl party games. Not only does it require absolutely zero skill to win, but it also keeps everyone engaged the entire game. All fans, from the hardcore gambler to the one that just wants to watch commercials, can have fun with it. It's not like making NFL picks. There's no skill involved.

So, let's take a look at how to play Super Bowl squares ahead of Super Bowl 2023.

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How to Play Super Bowl Squares

As I said, Super Bowl squares are all luck. So it's really easy for anyone to play and win at your Super Bowl 2023 party.

You can do one of two things. You can either make your own Super Bowl squares grid, or you can just use our printable version, which is much easier.

But, if you're going to make your own Super Bowl squares board, you'll need a few tools. You need a piece of paper or poster board, a ruler, markers and anything else required to make a 100-square grid. Or, you can just head over to your printer and print this one out...

Free Printable Super Bowl Squares Grid

Click here to download the free printable Super Bowl squares grid for Eagles vs. Chiefs

Free Printable Super Bowl Squares 2023

The playing surface for Super Bowl Squares, or grid, consists of 100 squares. These are created by 10 columns (vertical) and 10 rows (horizontal). That means there are 100 squares that need to be filled out.

One of the two participating Super Bowl teams, this year the Eagles and Chiefs, is assigned the columns while the other team is assigned the rows. Remember, it does not matter which team is columns and which is rows. But, on our printable Super Bowl squares sheet above, the Eagles are the columns and the Chiefs are the rows.

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Each Super Bowl square on the grid has the same exact price as the other. It doesn't matter what squares you get, as they don't have any numbers assigned to them yet. Each square costs 1/100th of your desired total pot. So, if you're planning on having a $600 pot, each square will cost $6 to purchase. But, you could do squares that cost 50 cents if you just wanted to make it a $50 pot. It's totally up to you. Participants are allowed to purchase as many squares as they'd like. Each square a participant purchases then ups their odds of winning

As participants purchase squares, you mark them with their initials or name until the entire board is filled and every square on the grid is accounted for. Then, at random, numbers 0-9 are assigned to each column and row. Usually, this involves picking numbers 0-9 out of a hat, but a random number generator spanning that same number range also works.

How do you win Super Bowl Squares?

As I mentioned earlier, the best part about Super Bowl squares is that winning is completely based on luck.

Once all the Super Bowl squares are accounted for, all you need to do is watch the game and pay the winners.

At the end of every single quarter, there is a winner. you win by having your name in the Super Bowl square that intersects at the final digit of each team’s score when the quarter concludes. So, if the first quarter was to end with the score Eagles 10, Chiefs 3 then, the person who owns the Eagles 0 - Chiefs 3 square would win.

Another thing you have to figure out is the payout structure. Duper Bowl squares traditionally pay the first and thrid quarters the same amount. Halftime pays out a little more and the final score is the grand prize. If we use our $600 example from before, the first and third quarter could pay $100, halftime could pay $150 and the final score could payout $250.

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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