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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Thomas M Sparico: Method and system for adapting gaming devices to playing preferences. Walker Digital, Steven M Santisi, Dean Alderucci, August 29, 2000: US06110041 (1024 worldwide citation)

A slot machine networked to a central server receives preference data corresponding to a player from the central server and configures the game to match the received preference data. The player inserts his player tracking card into the slot machine, which transmits player identification data to the ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch: Method and apparatus for directing a game with user-selected elements. Walker Digital, Dean P Alderucci, George M MacDonald, January 16, 2001: US06174235 (724 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming device defines a set of all possible elements of a game. For example, in a slot machine-type game, the set of possible elements includes the symbols for cherries, bell, bar, orange, plum and seven. The gaming device further generates a set of location assignments for each of the ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Magdalena Mik: Gaming device and method of operation thereof. Walker Digital, Dean Alderucci, Kurt M Maschoff, May 30, 2000: US06068552 (720 worldwide citation)

A gaming device such as a video based slot machine provides a player the ability to modify at least one parameter of the slot machine. The slot machine then modifies other parameters to ensure a desired house advantage. Odds, payout schedules and wager amounts may be customized by a player, and the ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Magdalena Mik: Method and apparatus for team play of slot machines. Walker Digital, Dean Alderucci, Nandu A Talwalkar, November 7, 2000: US06142872 (613 worldwide citation)

Slot machines for enabling team play by a plurality of slot machine players are disclosed. The game results of each team player are combined in a predefined manner to obtain a team game result. The game results of each player may be combined on a "per-spin" basis, or collected for each team player o ...


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Jay S Walker, Thomas M Sparico, James A Jorasch: Gaming device for a flat rate play session and a method of operating same. Walker Digital, Scott B Allison, Dean Alderucci, June 20, 2000: US06077163 (532 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed generally to a method and apparatus for operating a gaming device having a flat rate play session costing a flat rate price. The flat rate play session spans multiple plays on the gaming device over a pre-established duration. The gaming device identifies price para ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Thomas M Sparico: System for adapting gaming devices to playing preferences. Walker Digital, Dean P Alderucci, September 25, 2001: US06293866 (525 worldwide citation)

A slot machine networked to a central server receives preference data corresponding to a player from the central server and configures the game to match the received preference data. The player inserts his player tracking card into the slot machine, which transmits player identification data to the ...


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Bruce Schneier, Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch: Method and apparatus for securing electronic games. Walker Digital, Dean Alderucci, Patrick J Buckley, August 8, 2000: US06099408 (503 worldwide citation)

A system for playing electronic games includes a game server and one or more player terminals. Game results are based on a random number generated in each of the game server and the player terminals. The game server and the player terminals cooperate to ensure that the random numbers are generated i ...


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Jay S Walker, Magdalena Mik, Jason Krantz, James A Jorasch: Patient care delivery system. Walker Digital, Dean P Alderucci, October 16, 2001: US06302844 (480 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for analyzing data from remote monitoring equipment, such as patient telemetry devices, and determining (i) whether an anomalous event has occurred, (ii) if an anomalous event has occurred, whether a physician should be contacted, and (iii) if a physician should be contacted, ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Thomas M Sparico: Electronic gaming system offering premium entertainment services for enhanced player retention. Walker Digital, Patrick J Buckley, Dean Alderucci, September 5, 2000: US06113495 (472 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming system is disclosed that allows a player of an electronic gaming device, such as a slot machine or an arcade video game, to access premium entertainment services, such as premium web sites, pay-per-view services and shared-revenue telephone services, such as 900 or 976 services, ...


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Jay Walker, Bruce Schneier: Secure improved remote gaming system. Walker Digital, Dean P Alderucci, March 4, 2003: US06527638 (467 worldwide citation)

A remote gaming system whereby a player can gamble against a wagering establishment or state-run lottery from a remote location on a personal computer or portable computer device where it is unnecessary to establish an on-line connection with a host computer associated with the wagering establishmen ...