How to Make an Office Pool

Latest Casino News 09 Jul , 2019 0

Betting on sports has become more popular in the last few years. It used to be you had to know a bookie which is the name for a person who takes illegal bets. You can usually find one in almost every town in every state in America. Being that now most people have at least 1 computer hooked up to the internet in their homes online legal betting has almost become the norm at places like and it is harder to find books. What has actually become the most common for sports betting has become the office pool.

An office pool is a form of sports betting where multiple people in an office put some money into a pot the amount depends on the agreed amount per box, how many boxes each person wants to take and the total of people involved.

The person who starts the pool will usually come around to each person and ask them if they wish to purchase a box. You do not get to choose the box you get in most office pools. The person making the pool will place the names of the teams on some paper or it can be done on the computer. One team gets the vertical side and one gets the horizontal.
Then they will place scores next to each column and row in no particular order, so that now you have several rows and columns. When it is done what you have looks sort of like a chart. Then they will randomly insert the names of the people who purchased boxes.

Now each name corresponds with 2 teams and a score for both teams and what they do is usually at the end of every quarter or time period depending on the sport you are betting on, they will look at the pool and whomever's name corresponds with the score at that point wins some money. For example in football usually the person who wins the first and the third quarter will get a small amount, the person winning at half time gets a larger amount and the winner at the end getting the largest percentage. There can also be bonuses for winning 2 quarters.

There are no set rules for an office pool except those you make yourself.


Source by Thomas Jarvis


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