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Stacy Friedman, Jon Muskin: Video games adapted for wagering. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, March 23, 2010: US07682239 (256 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus, and computer readable storage to allow players to wager on video games. The method disclosed herein can allow players to win or lose money while partaking in any video game previously played for entertainment purposes. A player can purchase play time on a game, play the game and ...


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Stacy Friedman, Jon Muskin: Video games adapted for wagering. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, February 14, 2012: US08113938 (198 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus, and computer readable storage to allow players to wager on video games. The method disclosed herein can allow players to win or lose money while partaking in any video game previously played for entertainment purposes. A player can purchase play time on a game, play the game and ...


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Stacy Friedman, Jon Muskin: Video games adapted for wagering. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, December 13, 2011: US08075383 (196 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus, and computer readable storage to allow players to wager on video games. The method disclosed herein can allow players to win or lose money while partaking in any video game previously played for entertainment purposes. A player can purchase play time on a game, play the game and ...


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Jon Muskin: Cashless slot machine and/or amusement device with special features. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, March 11, 2008: US07341518 (42 worldwide citation)

A slot machine gaming device and method which targets a monetary ticket to operate in selected gaming devices. A video poker game can also provide a player with an improved paytable. The slot machine can also pay a player using a special ticket instead of cash.


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Stacy Friedman, Jon H Muskin: Method, apparatus, and computer readable storage to determine and/or update slot machine configurations using historical, and/or current, and/or predicted future data. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, March 30, 2010: US07686688 (33 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, method, and computer readable storage for automatically deciding slot machine configuration changes. Slot machine usage is electronically monitored and ideal settings are determined from the usage. Slot machines can then be updated electronically according to the ideal settings, either ...


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Jon H Muskin: Slot machine games. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, November 4, 2008: US07445548 (20 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus, and computer readable storage medium for implementing a slot machine game with cascading reels. Reels and further reels can be spun, allowing for a plurality of lines.


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Jon H Muskin: Casino cashless ticket identification system. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, August 10, 2010: US07771278 (15 worldwide citation)

A slot machine gaming device and method to target advertisements and promotions on cashless tickets. Players can be identified by their player's card, and a record associated with a ticket can be associated with the identified player. Upon redemption, the player, based on his or her player profile, ...


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Jon H Muskin, Stacy Friedman: Slot machine with sliding symbols. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, April 6, 2010: US07690985 (10 worldwide citation)

A slot machine that has a bonus feature related to the “15 puzzle.” An empty space symbol can appear, thereby allowing other symbols to slide around the matrix, creating different payout combinations. The symbols can slide around to create an optimal arrangement of the symbols, and then the player c ...


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Jon H Muskin: Casino poker games. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, August 12, 2008: US07410172 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of implementing a casino table poker game, the method including (a) receiving an ante wager from a player, (b) dealing a player's hand and a dealer's hand, (c) determining by the player whether to raise or fold, (d) if the player raises in the determining, then the player places a raise wag ...


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Stacy Friedman: Bad beat blackjack. Olympian Gaming, Muskin & Cusick, January 26, 2010: US07651096 (5 worldwide citation)

A side wager for blackjack that allows the player to win when the player loses a hand that the player would have expected to win. If the player is initially dealt a good hand, e.g., 20, and the player still loses, then the player can be rewarded by collecting a “bad beat” award.