If you're going to a Super Bowl party, chances are someone is going to have a big grid with numbers. If you aren't privy to what the numbers mean, let me explain.

If you end up on the box the coincides with the numbers 4 and 7, you win if the score at the end of a quarter, half, or regulation is 14 to 17, or 14 to 27. Just so long as the last number matches what is in your box.

Well, want some help winning money? Here are the best and worst squares to get, according to BroBible.

  • 0 and 7 are your best options. Looking back to recent Super Bowls, this is the most likely combination to pop up.
  • Almost 30% of final scores in the Super Bowl have ended in ZERO.
  • After 0 and 7, your best bet is 4 and 3.

Here is the full list of numbers ranked:

  • 0
  • 7
  • 4
  • 3
  • 1
  • 6
  • 8
  • 5
  • 9
  • 2

So basically if you end up on the 2 and 2 square, you're hosed. Someone looked up how frequently an NFL score has ended with both teams having a 2 at the end of their score, and it's happened three times since 1966. And that isn't just in Super Bowls. That includes playoffs and regular season.