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Mar 31 2020

Moreover, Larson discovered that the fourth and eighth squares (from #1 in the top left corner then clockwise around the board) always contained cash and never a “Whammy,” a bandit-like cartoon character that, when landed on, would result in the resetting of the player’s score to zero, accompanied by an on-screen animation that showed the Whammy taking the player’s earnings. Larson also learned that square #4 always contained the top dollar values and that, in the second round, contestants were awarded an additional spin if landing on those spots ($3,000, $4,000, or $5,000 in square #4, and $500, $750, or $1,000 in square #8). This proved crucial to Larson’s theory, as he could retain control of the board in the second round as long as he wished if he kept following the patterns.