I have three(!) GTB 1957 Royal Flush woodrails, first machine with the "match" feature. Also, it has EM computer memory - it retains the state of the lit royal flush cards across games.
If human memory serves, the 17 year old with the DA and cigs in the tee sleeve spent all his nickels lighting four of five cards, and 9 year old me came along with my one nickel and lit the last one and thus all the specials. He shoved me out of the way and said "I'm sorry kid but this is a man's work."
My mother was in the other room of the place, and I was tempted to run and tell her, but luckily I too realized that this was indeed "men's work" and I'd best just watch and learn. The guy got a ton of replays, shoving the machine around and using the individual flippers with a skill I had never yet seen, and after the game, presumably feeling a little guilty, he gave all the replays to me to play, so it ended well. I learned a lot about life, my fellow man, and pinball that day.