The jackpot became a ubiquitous player attraction of the one arm bandit, so attempts to incorporate it into the allwin were inevitable. This was not easy given the relatively high chance of hitting the target on an allwin compared to the low odds of getting three jackpot symbols to line up on a bandit. It is remarkable that this game with a gallery of eleven winning targets, can include a jackpot paying twelve coins. The gallery employs springy pins, like Bryan's Elevenses, and in fact offers a slightly less generous scheme than the Elevenses' highest award setting (2242262242). The central jackpot column swivels out of view and the coins are dumped to the payout cup. It then appears to refill. This is a crafty illusion - a coin slide pays the twelve coins and those in the jackpot remain there.