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Haruo Inoue: Slot machine having two distinct sets of reels. Eagle, Young & Thompson, March 3, 1998: US05722891 (872 worldwide citation)

A slot machine for playing games has a set of three normal reels, with symbols arranged on their peripheries. The normal reels are rotated in a normal game, and are stopped to determine a win, in accordance with a combination of symbols of the normal reels along a predetermined first winning line. A ...


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Haruo Inoue: Symbol display device and gaming machine including the same. Eagle, Young & Thompson, May 19, 1998: US05752881 (413 worldwide citation)

A symbol display device for a gaming machine has a display window wherein any of a plurality of different symbols is stopped. An outer reel is rotatable behind the display window. The symbols are spaced peripherally about the outer reel. Each of the symbols is transparent with an opaque portion disp ...


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Haruo Inoue: Slot machine with overlying concentric reels. Eagle, Young & Thompson, March 7, 1995: US05395111 (376 worldwide citation)

A slot machine has inner and outer coaxial overlying reels. Each reel is formed with symbols on its transparent outer circumferential frame. The inner and outer reels are rotated independently by motors. The outer reel has a transparent outer circumferential frame to allow a player to see symbols on ...


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Haruo Inoue: Slot machine. Eagle, Young & Thompson, November 16, 1999: US05984782 (374 worldwide citation)

A slot machine has a first reel group and a second reel group. The second reel group is constituted of auxiliary reels, on a peripheral surface of which re-rotation symbols are arranged. The auxiliary reels are respectively provided so as to correspond to each reel constituting the first reel group. ...


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Haruo Inoue: Slot machine. Eagle, Young & Thompson, December 17, 1996: US05584764 (337 worldwide citation)

A slot machine having observation windows formed in a 3.times.3 matrix on a front panel. Behind each observation window, a reel is mounted which is rotated by a pulse motor. When a reel stops, one symbol appears in the central area of each observation window. Eight winning lines are provided includi ...


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James D Thackston: Network-based system for the manufacture of parts with a virtual collaborative environment for design, developement, and fabricator selection. Eagle Engineering of America, Hunton & Williams, September 25, 2001: US06295513 (255 worldwide citation)

The invention relates generally to a comprehensive, integrated computer-based system and method for undertaking an engineering design and development effort in a virtual collaborative environment, identifying qualified fabricators for manufacturing a part design based on fabricator capability inform ...


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Haruo Inoue: Slot machine. Eagle, Young & Thompson, March 11, 1997: US05609524 (246 worldwide citation)

A slot machine is provided with a plurality of motors each arranged for rotating a respective one of a plurality of reels. A first drive device starts driving the motors in response to a start signal, and stops driving the motors in accordance with stop signals sequentially generated for respective ...


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Haruo Inoue: Symbol displaying device and game machine using the same. Eagle, Young & Thompson, June 4, 2002: US06398220 (243 worldwide citation)

A displaying device comprises an outer rotational member and an inner rotational member. The displaying device is incorporated with a game machine. The outer rotational member of the displaying device is rotated in a lateral direction of the game machine. The inner rotational member is rotated in a ...


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Jon Robert Sauer, Bart Jozef Van Zeghbroeck: Ultra-fast nucleic acid sequencing device and a method for making and using the same. Eagle Research Development, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, July 2, 2002: US06413792 (199 worldwide citation)

A system and method employing at least one semiconductor device having at least one detecting region which can include, for example, a recess or opening therein, for detecting a charge representative of a component of a polymer, such as a nucleic acid strand, proximate to the detecting region, and a ...


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Arvin L Langham, William D McLaughlin, Gary L Harrison: Coaxial cable connector. Eagle Comtronics, Burr & Brown, April 3, 2001: US06210222 (189 worldwide citation)

A F-type coaxial cable connector includes an outer tubular sleeve which receives an inner tubular post. The inner post includes a projecting barrel portion sized to receive the center conductor and the dielectric layer of a prepared coaxial cable end. The barrel portion includes a raised barb which ...