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Anthony A Marnell II: Electronic gaming apparatus and method. Quirk & Tratos, February 28, 1995: US05393057 (1060 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming apparatus (21) including an electronic primary gaming device (22), such as a poker gaming device or slot machine and an electronic secondary gaming device (23). The electronic poker gaming device (22) is electrically coupled to the electronic secondary gaming device (23), and th ...


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Robert B Fier: Gaming device and method offering primary and secondary games. Boyd Gaming Corporation, Quirk & Tratos, October 3, 2000: US06126542 (771 worldwide citation)

A gaming device and method for offering a primary and secondary game is set forth. The primary game may be a video poker game. When the player obtains a predetermined outcome in the primary game such as a flush, the player receives a reward and the secondary game is initiated wherein the player is p ...


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Barbara Mangano, Mark R Casburn: Spinning wheel game and device therefor. Philip J Quirk & Tratos Anderson, May 9, 2000: US06059658 (630 worldwide citation)

A device and method for playing a primary and a secondary, bonus game are set forth which includes a primary game device and a secondary game device having a display having five concentrically arranged wheels each having an indicia of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten and a wild symbol. In response to ...


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Daniel A Jones, James P Suttle: Methods of progressive jackpot gaming. Caribbean Stud Enterprises, Quirk Tratos & Roethel, August 29, 1989: US04861041 (582 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for including a progressive jackpot component in a live casino table game. In addition to playing a live casino table game, each player makes an additional wager at the beginning of each hand that makes that player eligible to win all of part of a jackpot. If during the play o ...


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Paul E Goo: Video game control unit and attitude sensor. Seiler Quirk & Tratos, April 4, 1989: US04817950 (467 worldwide citation)

A surfing video game in which a surfing figure on a monitor moves over simulated waves to gain playing rewards is controlled by a foot-actuated surfboard simulator. The simulator has a horizontally mounted elongate surfboard having a suspension system consisting of a fulcrum member adapted to suppor ...


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Alexander Stefan: Game of chance. Quirk & Tratos, April 3, 2001: US06210277 (440 worldwide citation)

A plurality of gaming machines are linked together and controlled by a central computer. A bonus system is incorporated into the play of the gaming machines and the central computer tracks the bonus system activity and makes the appropriates payouts. In the play of the gaming machines, a portion of ...


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Melvin Molnick: Method of participating in a live casino game from a remote location. Quirk & Tratos, September 1, 1998: US05800268 (432 worldwide citation)

A method by which a player may participate in a live casino game from a location remote from the casino is disclosed. A player establishes an information link with a casino from an interface station including a video monitor and keypad. In response to the player's entry of financial account informat ...


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Kurt Lofink, Richard Lofink: Method and system for generating displays in relation to the play of baccarat. DP Stud, Quirk & Tratos, April 17, 2001: US06217447 (382 worldwide citation)

A method and system for generating displays related to the play of Baccarat is provided. Cards dealt to each of the Banker's and Player's hands are identified as by scanning and data signals are generated. The card identification data signals are processed to determine the outcome of the h ...


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James P Suttle, Daniel A Jones: Electronic poker game. Caribbean Stud Enterprises, Quirk Tratos & Roethel, August 14, 1990: US04948134 (336 worldwide citation)

An electronic device is used to play a card game in which a player and a dealer are each dealt five cards. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value less than an Ace-King combination or better, the player automatically wins. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value of an Ace-King combinatio ...


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James P Suttle, Daniel A Jones: Poker game. Caribbean Stud Enterprises, Quirk Tratos & Roethel, June 6, 1989: US04836553 (315 worldwide citation)

A card game in which a player and a dealer are each dealt five cards. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value less than Ace-King combination or better, the player automatically wins. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value of an Ace-King combination or better, then the higher of the play ...