A group of kids at a local Australian Bowling centre have found an ingenious way to hack a popular arcade game.
The 'Deal or No Deal' arcade game, based on the television show, begins by displaying 16 briefcases briefly, with each case containing different values from 1-800.
The cases are quickly shuffled and the contestant is then asked to pick one case as their own.
It's usually impossible to pick to 'big number' case although these teenagers have seemingly found a way to hack the game and win big amounts of tickets every single time.
So what exactly did these teens 'win' for all their efforts?
Well, they traded over 1000 tickets for a game of Jenga!