One of Bryan's first allwins, play is similar to the very first generation of these games where the ball follows a spiral track towards a central target. This results in a short play time compared to the later open tracked allwins. Later versions of Pilwin Play offered a 6 - 2 - 4 penny payout from the clown's mouth (each target divided by a tooth). This scheme, plus the open track format was adopted for the 'improved' Pilwin of 1956. This example is missing the ball striker cover plate.