The novel feature here is the large chrome arrow which jumps to a new position at the start of every play. You have to drop the ball beyond the arrow, inside the win area, whereupon a coin is automatically paid and a repeat game awarded. Consequently, your chance of winning varies from quite likely to very slim. Holes in the star wheel which determines the arrow position are provided with bugs which the operator could employ to reduce player odds. The game had an unusually long production run from 1937 to the '50s. A radical post-war redesign introduced a lighter, more efficient mechanism which reduced the depth of the cabinet. The example above is the later type.