Super Bowl squares: 1st quarter results made fun by safety

Win McNamee

That safety certainly threw everything off, and your first quarter Super Bowl squares winner is someone who previously thought they were unlucky.

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Super Bowl squares is a fun game when played once during the course of the Super Bowl and a sign of a gambling addiction when played every quarter for money. But you're addicted to gambling, so you're playing every quarter for money.

If you have the square corresponding to the number eight for the Seattle Seahawks and zero for the Denver Broncos, congratulations, you're a winner! You can collect your Super Bowl squares earnings for the first quarter from your friends and family, with the Seahawks leading 8-0 after one quarter of play.

Inevitably, someone at your Super Bowl party was very selective about what numbers he or she got, or attempted to rig the draw in some way. That person knew what the most common numbers were and laughed at grandma as she got stuck with eight for the Seahawks. But cheaters never prosper and now that person is out $5. Good job, jerk.

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