With Every Score Pays, the square numbers work as traditional squares do, except that instead of the winners being decided at the end of each quarter, the winners are determined after every score in the game. A "score" is defined as a field goal, safety, or touchdown with extra point included.
RULES - The game starts with a 0-0 score, but the 0-0 square in the first quarter is not a winner. The first winner will be determined by the first score in the game.
- EXAMPLE: If the NFC team kicks a field goal In the first quarter to take a 3-0 lead, then the square with 3 for NFC and 0 for AFC in the first quarter will be a winner. If the AFC team then scores a touchdown and kicks the extra point to take a 7-3 lead in the second quarter, then the square with 7 for AFC and 3 for NFC in the second quarter is a winner. If the NFC scores a touchdown in the second quarter but misses the extra point to take a 9-7 lead, then whoever has 9 for NFC and 7 for AFC in the second quarter would be a winner. This continues throughout all four quarters and overtime of the game.
- Your square numbers for each quarter are good throughout the entire quarter. Every time a score takes place in that quarter, a new winner will be determined based on just the winning numbers in that quarter. There can be multiple winners in each quarter. There can also be no winners in a quarter if there are no points scored.
- The winning square is not determined by the score at the end of each quarter, but rather changes in the score that happen within that quarter. THERE IS NO WINNER DETERMINED AT THE END OF EACH QUARTER LIKE TRADITIONAL FOOTBALL SQUARES.
- At the end of the game, the total prize money of $1,000 will be evenly distributed among all of the winners. If there are ten winners, then each will receive $100. If there are five winners, then each will receive $200, and so forth. The less scoring that takes place, the higher the prizes will be.