The Free Standing Plinko Panel offers a fun game of chance which kids can play again and again. This updated version of the game uses an enclosed, circular, rotating game board that prevents the pegs from breaking or the balls from getting lost. The players will take turns flipping the circle upside down, causing the ball to drop. It will then wildly bounce through the pegs, into one of the spaces marked with different point values, and finally come to rest in the small chamber at the bottom of the circle. From there, the next player can take their turn flipping the board over to drop the ball again. Players can measure their score by noting the point value of the space that the ball falls through. The ball is very light, and bounces through the pegs in an unpredictable pattern which makes it exciting to watch and impossible to predict how many points it will score. The double-sided game board means that it can be played repeatedly without requiring any setup. Most school aged children will have no problem figuring out the rules of this simple game and competing against each other, and adding up points is a great way to sneak in a bit of math practice without interrupting their fun. However, even very young preschool aged children who might not fully understand the game will enjoy watching the ball bounce back and forth and all around.