As we head into halftime at the 2013 Super Bowl in New Orleans, the Baltimore Ravens lead the San Francisco 49ers 21-6 after two quarters of play. For those of you playing the squares game at home, if you received the 1-6 square, you'll be taking home part of the pot.
The majority of groups playing the squares game pay out a larger amount of money for holding the correct two numbers at halftime. A standard payout would give 30 percent of the total pot to the winners of the second and fourth quarter, so those hold a little more weight.
If you're in a squares game that pays by each score, you kept busy during the second quarter. Joe Flacco connected with Dennis Pitta on a 1-yard pass to improve the Ravens lead to 14-3 with 7:15 left to play. Later he also hooked up with Jacoby Jones for a huge 56-yard score, putting Baltimore up 21-3. So, if you signed a 4-3 or 1-3 square in the correct order , you also won a bit of cash.