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Marvin A Ornstein: Electronic gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Louis Weinstein, November 5, 1996: US05570885 (355 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming system includes a processor and game progress monitor to allow a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will have multiple consecutive wins of the game of chance. The system can be incorporated in a gaming table with multiple player video screens and bet selector ...


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Jun Nishihashi, Toshiyuki Kondo, Masato Ono, Hirokazu Shiroishi, Osamu Waki: Vehicle lamp. Stanley Electric, Furukawa Electric, Louis Weinstein, August 6, 1991: US05038255 (326 worldwide citation)

A vehicle lamp is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles. The lamp has an inner chamber constructed by a lamp housing and a lens, respectively having long shapes. In the chamber, there is a long light source fixing face member on which plural light sources are fixed. All light sources or electric b ...


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Marvin A Ornstein, Richard B Hanbicki: Method and apparatus for playing a betting game including incorporating side betting which may be selected by a game player. MAO, Louis Weinstein, August 4, 1998: US05788574 (315 worldwide citation)

A betting apparatus incorporated into a game of chance enabling a player to make a side bet. A chip receptacle is provided at each player's location of a blackjack table for accepting the side bet. A player's key operated display selects a predetermined number of consecutive wins. A microprocessor c ...


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Dale F Rodesch, George E Johnson: Electronic slot machine. Centronics Data Computer, Louis Weinstein, July 11, 1978: US04099722 (193 worldwide citation)

An electronic slot machine employing solid state circuitry of modular design, simplifying maintenance to the tasks of module replacement, changing lamps and possibly clearing a coin jam. A coin detector creates a jam condition upon any malfunction during coin insertion. A high frequency clock drives ...


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Jerome Lemelson: Method and apparatus for scanning and evaluating matter. Louis Weinstein, April 7, 1998: US05735276 (176 worldwide citation)

A system and method for analyzing matter by computer analysis of electrical signals generated by sensing radiation reflected from matter (i.e. tissue, cells, liquid, gaseous or solid particles in a liquid or gas) and/or generated due to fluorescence. In one embodiment, a short pulse of laser radiati ...


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Alan P Jones, William Sherman: Counterfeit detection means for paper counting. Brandt Pra, Louis Weinstein, September 19, 1978: US04114804 (175 worldwide citation)

In an apparatus for accurately counting a stack of documents and especially legal tender (i.e., paper money), tests for authenticity are performed simultaneously with the counting operation and without in any way impeding the type of counting operation being performed. At the same time that the coun ...


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Stanley Stevens, Paul A Skowronski, Edward F Sweeney III: Method and apparatus for automatically shuffling and cutting cards and conveying shuffled cards to a card dispensing shoe while permitting the simultaneous performance of the card dispensing operation. Card Tech, Louis Weinstein, March 19, 1991: US05000453 (160 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for automatically shuffling, cutting and delivering shuffled playing cards to a shoe without interfering with dispensing of playing cards from the shoe. The transparent covers, together with the design of the mechanism, permits observation by the players of the playing cards at ...


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Peter Schiff: Introducer assembly for intra-aortic balloons and the like incorporating a sliding, blood-tight seal. Louis Weinstein, September 25, 1984: US04473067 (151 worldwide citation)

An assembly for introducing intra-aortic balloons and the like into a body artery and comprising a thin, splittable sheath positioned within the artery. An intra-aortic balloon and balloon catheter are inserted into the femoral artery through the introducer sheath. An adapter is slidably mounted upo ...


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Marvin A Ornstein: Gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Louis Weinstein, February 17, 1998: US05718431 (145 worldwide citation)

A gaming method and system which allows a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will have multiple consecutive wins of a game of chance and which provides a simplified arrangement for monitoring the progress of such bets made by one or more players.


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Robert Howard: Card shuffler having a random ejector. Louis Weinstein, May 7, 1985: US04515367 (144 worldwide citation)

In an automatic card shuffler, cards already played are placed in first and second trays. Sensors arranged in the trays detect the presence of cards to automatically initiate a shuffling operation. The cards in the trays pass through the card mixer, where they are interweaved in a random fashion and ...



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