## Setup

## Step 1

Create or download an 11-by-11 square grid and print it on a sheet paper.

## Step 2

Allow participants to buy squares for $1 each. Players should initial or sign the squares that they purchase.

## Step 3

Place 10 small pieces of paper in a bag. Each paper has a number between one and 10.

## Step 4

Draw a number and write that number on the left most column in the second row.

## Step 5

Repeat step 4 for the rest of the numbers and go down a row each time. Fill the left-most column with randomly drawn numbers between one and 10. Leave the top left square blank.

## Step 6

Place the numbers back in the bag.

## Step 7

Repeat steps 4 and 5 using the first row and starting in the second column from the left until all but the left-most square in the top row are filled in.

## Determine winners

## Step 1

Record the game’s score at the end of each quarter.

## Step 2

Look at the last digit of both scores at the end of each quarter. If the score is 17 to 14 then you use the numbers seven and four.

## Step 3

Find that spot on the grid. For 17 and 14, find the seventh row and move across to the fourth column.

## Step 4

See if someone has purchased that square. If so, they are a winner.

## Step 5

Do this for the score at the end of each quarter. There will be a maximum of four winners.

## Determining Payouts

## Step 1

Count how many winners are in the pool.

## Step 2

Divide the amount of money collected for the pool by the number of winners. This is how much you pay to the winner from each quarter.