With its understated Art Deco appearance, this classic '30s over-sized wall machine remained popular into the 1960s. This was due in part, no doubt, to the ingenious way it hides its profiteering from the player. A win is obtained by using the faceted wheel to propel a coin into a full column, whereupon all those coins are delivered to the player. As the plaque says, "all coins which fall into the columns below will eventually be returned to the players". It would appear that you cannot lose. However, the coin that triggers the win falls to the machine's coffer, so it makes its profit the moment you make yours (when you're least likely to notice or care). Yellow columns paid 4, blue paid 5 and red 6. Many operators considered this scheme too generous and converted the centre column to lose. The layout of the pins makes every other column almost impossible to reach.