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Anthony J Baerlocher, Robert W Crowder Jr: Electronic game method and apparatus with hierarchy of simulated wheels. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, August 4, 1998: US05788573 (1020 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented electronic game includes a wheel of fortune game with odds of a jackpot greatly in excess of the number of indicia on a simulated wheel. In one embodiment, a virtual mapping allows a bonus indicium of the wheel to be given a 1:M chance of being landed on, even though the bonus ...


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Joseph R Hedrick, Robert A Luciano Jr, Jean Pierre Legras, Chauncey W Griswold, Don C Stephan: Gaming machine having secondary display for providing video content. International Game Technology, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, October 24, 2000: US06135884 (959 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine includes main and secondary displays. The secondary display is disposed apart from the primary display and is used for presenting primary, secondary, or even tertiary information. The main display is controlled electronically by a gaming machine controller, which main display presen ...


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Peter D Dickinson: Gaming machine and method using touch screen. International Game Technology, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, September 14, 1999: US05951397 (927 worldwide citation)

An improved gaming machine having a touch screen applied to an outer face of a CRT display and a limited number of push-button actuators. Either the touch screen or the push-button actuators can be used for controlling play as well as selecting one of several games that can be played on the machine. ...


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Ali Saffari, Robert Breckner, Mark Bansemer, Evelyn Liao: Symbol fall game method and apparatus. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross, June 23, 1998: US05769716 (863 worldwide citation)

A game which involves a player positioning sequentially-provided symbols onto a plurality of pre-defined positions is provided. In one embodiment, a plurality of columns, each with a plurality of positions is displayed, symbols are randomly presented and displayed to the user who may then select int ...


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Stephen W Morro, Anthony J Baerlocher, Robert W Crowder Jr: Electronic game method and apparatus with hierarchy of simulated wheels. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, September 7, 1999: US05947820 (856 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented electronic game provides a game portion which includes a puzzle completion game. In one instance, the puzzle is a word phrase. The first area displays regions for each letter in the phrase. A payline of an electronic slot machine display is associated with one of a plurality o ...


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Chris T Brune, Robert A Luciano Jr: Game with bonus display. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, December 22, 1998: US05851148 (759 worldwide citation)

A game such as a video poker or other card game is provided with a feature providing an incentive for multiple hand or multiple game play. In one embodiment, some or all of the cards of each hand, such as only necessary winning cards, are used to increment the value in corresponding memory locations ...


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Jean Brossard: Audio visual output for a gaming device. International Game Technology, George H Gerstman, Seyfarth Shaw, October 16, 2001: US06302790 (728 worldwide citation)

A gaming device is provided in which a plurality of possible prizes includes both monetary prizes and/or an audio and/or motion picture output a performance of a celebrity. The output which is provided is one of a plurality of stored celebrity performances preferably selected at random.


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Peter D Dickinson, Charles T Schreiber, Logan Pease: Cashless gaming apparatus and method. International Game Technology, Townsend and Townsend Khourie and Crew, November 30, 1993: US05265874 (690 worldwide citation)

A cashless gaming apparatus and method suitable for casinos. A player hands over money and an ID card to a clerk at a validation terminal. The clerk stores the ID number and the amount of money in the memory of the validation terminal. Then the clerk returns the ID card to the player for operating a ...


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Stephen W Morro, Anthony J Baerlocher, Robert W Crowder Jr, Yin Zin Mark Lam: Value wheel game method and apparatus. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, December 19, 2000: US06162121 (688 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented game includes a wheel of fortune portion. The wheel is positioned in a location spaced from the main game housing. In this way even relatively large wheels can be provided without undesirable dimensional enlargement of the main housing.


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Paulina Glavich: Gaming bonus apparatus and method with player interaction. International Game Technology, George H Gerstman, Seyfarth Shaw, October 30, 2001: US06309300 (675 worldwide citation)

A gaming system provides a main game and a bonus feature with the bonus feature providing for user interaction. In one aspect, user interaction involves allowing a player to select at least some of a plurality of selectable items. When a selectable item is selected, a prize, multiplier or other item ...