1. POOL INFORMATION
A. The Super Bowl pool will consist of a 10 X 10 grid making up 100 squares. The entry fee is $5 per square and there is no limit on the number of squares a person may buy. If you are interested in being in the pool, send your request to email@example.com.
B. After all the squares have been purchased, the numbers 0 - 9 will be randomly selected and assigned to each of the 10 columns in the grid. The numbers for each column represent the last digit of the score for the AFC team in the Super Bowl. The numbers 0 - 9 will again be randomly selected and assigned to each of the 10 rows in the grid. The numbers for each row represent the last digit of the score for the NFC team in the Super Bowl.
C. Entry fees are due by February 1st, 2017 and there will be no refunds after February 1st, 2017 or after the pool has been filled and the numbers have been revealed.
2. SUPER BOWL
A. The player who owns the square that represents the score at the end of each quarter during the Super Bowl will win. Only quarters 1 through 4 are part of the pool. If the Super Bowl goes into overtime, the overtime period does not count toward the pool.
B. For example, if the score at the end of the 1st quarter is 3 (AFC team) - 14 (NFC team), the person who has the square in column 3, row 4 will win.