The game uses ten lottery balls with images: three blue balls with plums, three red balls with cherries, three yellow balls with lemons, and one orange ball with the number 7. In each game, the numbered balls are launched into the lottery drum. Several rotations occur in the lottery machine shaped into a track, and then lucky numbered balls are randomly selected into the resulting tube. As a result, the lottery balls are vertically lined up against the image comparison panel to determine and display the result.
The game’s goal is to place a bet and predict the number of matches that will be made. Winnings are awarded for 4 or more matches (max. 10) or if only the ball with number 7 aligns. For convenience, it is possible to place bets for up to 100 draws in advance.
A round of bets on the current and future games lasts about 30 seconds, and the draw also lasts about 30 seconds. Games are held daily, every minute.