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Howard Lutnick, Stuart Fraser, Bijoy Paul: Automated price improvement protocol processor. Cantor Fitzgerald, CFPH L L C, Fish & Neave, February 1, 2005: US06850907 (214 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for implementing transaction management of auction-based trading for specialized items such as fixed income instruments. The data processing system provides a highly structured trading protocol implemented through a sequence of trading paradigms. The system employs a distrib ...


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Gregory P Manning, Geoffrey M Gelman, Mark A Miller: Lot-to-lot roulette combination. CFPH, David E Boundy, May 15, 2012: US08177628 (211 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments a single reel on a gaming device contains multiple symbols.


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Stuart A Fraser, Howard Lutnick, Bijoy Paul: Automated auction protocol processor. Cantor Fitzgerald, CFPH L L C, Joel Weiss, Fish & Neave, May 6, 2003: US06560580 (189 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for implementing transaction management of auction-based trading for specialized items such as fixed income instruments. The data processing system provides a highly structured trading protocol implemented through a sequence of trading paradigms. The system employs a distrib ...


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, Robert F Bahrampour, Darrin M Mylet, Alan B Wilkins, Howard W Lutnick: System and method for wireless gaming system with user profiles. CFPH, Glen R Farbanish, May 19, 2009: US07534169 (165 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided. The gaming system allows users to access applications via gaming communication devices coupled to a communication network. At least a portion of the network may be wireless. The gaming applications include gambling, financial, entertainment service, and other types of tr ...


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, Robert F Bahrampour, Darrin M Mylet, Alan B Wilkins, Howard W Lutnick: System and method for wireless gaming system with alerts. CFPH, Thomas Bradshaw, December 29, 2009: US07637810 (145 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided. The gaming system allows users to access applications via gaming communication devices coupled to a communication network. At least a portion of the network may be wireless. The gaming applications include gambling, financial, entertainment service, and other types of tr ...


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Dean P Alderucci, Charles Plott, Mark Miller: Amusement devices and games including means for processing electronic data where ultimate outcome of the game is dependent on relative odds of a card combination and/or where chance is a factor: the monty hall paradox. CFPH, December 6, 2011: US08070595 (141 worldwide citation)

Games related to the provision of information are described. Games may be formulated to exploit biases such as long shot bias and favorite bias. Games related to the provision of information are described. Games may be formulated to exploit biases relating to the Monty Hall paradox. Games related to ...


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Dean P Alderucci, Charles Plott, Mark Miller: Information aggregation games. CFPH, January 10, 2012: US08092301 (141 worldwide citation)

Games related to the aggregation of information are described. In some embodiments, a method includes determining a set of information about an outcome of an event. Each piece of information may identify a characteristic of the outcome. The method may further include providing a first piece of the i ...


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Howard W Lutnick, Dean P Alderucci, Geoffrey M Gelman: Secondary game. CFPH, Mark A Miller, September 8, 2009: US07585217 (93 worldwide citation)

In various embodiments, a secondary player may replay a game of a primary player, but take the game in a different direction.


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, James C Johnson: System and method for wagering based on multiple financial market indicators. CFPH, Glen R Farbanish, July 28, 2009: US07566270 (84 worldwide citation)

A method for wagering, comprises receiving a bet regarding a spin of the reels of a slot machine. The method continues by determining a first symbol for a first reel of the slot machine based at least in part upon a first value and a second value. The first value is associated with a value of a digi ...


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Dean Alderucci, Kevin Burman, Joseph M Asher, James J Coffey, Ronald Rushin, Robert F Bahrampour: Systems and methods for providing access to wireless gaming devices. CFPH L L C, Glen R Farbanish, June 23, 2009: US07549576 (83 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for controlling access to wireless gaming devices and networks are provided. For example, access is controlled through one or more levels of security checks, such as a hard security check instead of or in addition to a soft security check. In a hard security check, the user emplo ...