A man named Ryan broke the former Plinko record on The Price Is Right on Thursday.
As the chips fall where they may, they make a "plink" sound, hence the name. And that was just the beginning for Ryan.
Ryan easily felled the old record of $23,000, but nobody has ever pitched (dropped?) a flawless Plinko game, so Ryan needs to go back on try his luck again.
One user, @jfmclooney said: 'This dude on The Price is Right: Bid $1 and won Got to play Plinko Got all the pieces Hit $10000 THREE TIMES Didn't pass out'. Then he found out that he was going to play Plinko.
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Ryan ignored every Plinko theory out there by playing his chips mostly to the right side of the board, with his $10,000 chips all being played near the "N". Even when his second chip landed on $1,000, Ryan yelled with enthusiasm.
A player could technically win $50,000 if all five chips miraculously went straight down and landed in the middle $10,000 slot.
Another, @charlesrobinson shared the video and said: 'More Charles Robinson Retweeted Jennifer X. Williams If you've ever dreamed of owning Plinko on Price Is Right, this is nearly pornographic'.