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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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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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Charles W Spaur, Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Lester B Hatcher: Mobile portable wireless communication system. CellPort Labs, Sheridan Ross P C, March 24, 1998: US05732074 (778 worldwide citation)

Communication of information including data between a remote computer and a vehicle is managed and facilitated using an apparatus compatible with standardized network communication links. In one embodiment, the standardized network communication links include the Internet and a controller area netwo ...


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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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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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Robert A Luciano Jr, Anthony J Baerlocher, Chris T Brune, Jason Mayeroff: Hybrid gaming apparatus and method. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, April 18, 2000: US06050895 (636 worldwide citation)

A gaming device and method for a hybrid game including a coordination/dexterity portion and/or traditional game portion is provided. Preferably, both a coordination/dexterity game and a traditional game are part of a single hybrid game, both of which portions are played using a single display device ...


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Lawrence J Torango, Kumar Kannan, Mark Lowell, Bhavani Prasad, Wayne Seguin, Rick Rowe, Adrian Marcu: Gaming system for multiple progressive games. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, March 23, 1999: US05885158 (600 worldwide citation)

A progressive gaming system is configured to run many progressive prizes on one central system. The relationship between progressive group and prize with a particular game is designed so that the odds and bet on a particular game need not be identical throughout a group. In one embodiment, prize def ...


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Anthony J Baerlocher, Robert W Crowder Jr, Yin Zin Mark Lam: Electronic game method and apparatus with hierarchy of simulated wheels. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, January 2, 2001: US06168520 (575 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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Logan L Pease, Dwight E Crevelt, Chris D Reddicks: Progressive gaming system. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, January 5, 1999: US05855515 (560 worldwide citation)

A progressive gaming system with wide applicability to a potentially large number of players is provided. A three-level hierarchy can be used in which a portion of wagers and individual terminals are earmarked for contribution to a progressive jackpot, each casino is allotted one chance at a prize f ...


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Logan L Pease, Dwight E Crevelt: Progressive gaming system and method for wide applicability. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, June 16, 1998: US05766076 (553 worldwide citation)

A progressive gaming system with wide applicability to a potentially large number of players is provided. A three-level hierarchy can be used in which a portion of wagers and individual terminals are earmarked for contribution to a progressive jackpot, each casino is allotted one chance at a prize f ...