Everyone is good at something, but someone is better at it that anyone else.
Peter Drakos is a ringer. The seemingly naive senior citizen is a carnival huckster's worst nightmare.
The problem is that the 64-year-old car salesman from Detroit is so good that here at the Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky -- and at many other midways across the country -- management has put limits on the number of prizes any one person can win.
"I don't want to say it's all because of me, but it's all because of me," Drakos said.
Still, Drakos takes them to the cleaners every time. In his first few minutes at Cedar Point, he amassed a kennel's worth of dogs.
This is a talent he seems to have been born with. He started playing these games at the age of nine and won enough stuffed animals that first year to give one to every single kid in his school -- about 200.
Peter spent the next half-century refining that gift, incorporating the fields of geometry, physics -- and ultimately engineering to figure out how to take all those toys home