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$25 Squares Pool


rocknrobn26
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With a different twist...payouts are on every score. $25 per square.

Example:

 

$25 a Square. A winner is paid every time the score changes.

 

Example NFC 6-0 = that square wins $100

NFC 7-0 = that square wins $100

NFC 7-3 = that square wins $100

…so on and so forth…

$100 bonus for halftime score (so you would get final 1st half score change $100 plus another $100)

FINAL SCORE wins the remainder of the cash…

 

Also, any scoreless quarter will payout $100

 

Most common question is what happens if there is a crazy score with many lead changes. Easy answer is once the money runs out, it runs out. For history of this format:

 

2014 = 15 score changes ($1000 left for final)

2013 = 19 score changes ($600 left for final)

2012 = 11 score changes ($1400 for final)

2011 = 17 score changes ($800 left for final)

2010 = 14 score changes ($1100 left for final)

2009 = 15 score changes ($1000 left for final)

If you're interested, let me know and I'll PM the info.

BTW, this is NOT my pool, but it is being run by an old (actually young in age) Huddler by the name of "Goopster".

PM or email me if interested. Only 26 squares left.

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where do you see the numbers? I still see the Cheaters and the Seahawks along the sides but no numbers.

 

 

I got an email with the attached pool.

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Hey, I have a question:

 

How are score changes with "extra points" treated?

 

For example:

Score is 0-0.

On the first drive, Brady is strip-sacked, fumbles and the ball is recovered by a Seahawk and run in for a Seattle touchdown. Score is Seattle 6, Cheats 0. Does the square with Seahawks-6, Cheaters-0 get $100? Then Hauschka kicks the extra point. Now does the square with Seattle-7,Cheating azzholes-0 get another $100?

 

I would think you have to do that.

 

Please clarify this before kickoff. It is very important.

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Hey, I have a question:

 

How are score changes with "extra points" treated?

 

For example:

Score is 0-0.

On the first drive, Brady is strip-sacked, fumbles and the ball is recovered by a Seahawk and run in for a Seattle touchdown. Score is Seattle 6, Cheats 0. Does the square with Seahawks-6, Cheaters-0 get $100? Then Hauschka kicks the extra point. Now does the square with Seattle-7,Cheating azzholes-0 get another $100?

 

I would think you have to do that.

 

Please clarify this before kickoff. It is very important.

 

from the first post

 

$25 a Square. A winner is paid every time the score changes.

 

Example NFC 6-0 = that square wins $100

NFC 7-0 = that square wins $100

NFC 7-3 = that square wins $100

…so on and so forth…

$100 bonus for halftime score (so you would get final 1st half score change $100 plus another $100)

FINAL SCORE wins the remainder of the cash…

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