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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, October 7, 1997: US05674128 (507 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, August 28, 2001: US06280328 (408 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, September 1, 1998: US05800269 (279 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, July 18, 2000: US06089982 (227 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Arthur R Halbritter, Frank J Riolo, Craig A Clark, James R Lavole, John A Santini Jr: Interactive resort operating system. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, April 4, 2006: US07022017 (129 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods consistent with the present invention allow guests at a hospitality facility to request hospitality facility services from a remote terminal. For example, guests can order merchandise (such as event tickets, food and drink, and retail items), make reservations (for example, at ho ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, DeLizio Gilliam PLLC, February 12, 2008: US07329187 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods consistent with the present invention allow a player to play a game of chance. In some embodiments, the method can include communicating, by the central controller, with the game terminals; receiving, by the central controller, requests for verification of account identifiers and ...


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Arthur R Halbritter, Frank J Riolo, James R Lavoie, John A Santini Jr, Robert C Angell: System, method, and article of manufacture for locating and communicating with a patron at a hospitality facility. WMS Gaming, DeLizio Gilliam PLLC, September 21, 2010: US07801736 (5 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and article of manufacture for locating or communicating with a patron at a hospitality facility includes a server and a plurality of client terminals. The server may receive, from one of the plurality of client terminals, a patron identifier identifying a patron and a location ide ...


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Arthur R Halbritter, Frank J Riolo, Craig A Clark, Susan K Kesel, Robert C Angell, Edward J Hole: Systems and methods for providing communication services to guests at a hospitality facility. Oneida Indian Nation, DeLizo Gilliam PLLC, February 1, 2011: US07882033

Systems and methods consistent with the present invention allow guests at a hospitality facility to communicate via VoIP from a remote terminal. For example, guests at a client terminal can place and receive phone calls, experience content, and receive targeted messages while continuing to play game ...


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Arthur R Halbritter, Frank J Riolo, Craig A Clark, Susan K Kesel, Robert C Angell, Edward J Hole: Systems and methods for providing communication services to guests at a hospitality facility. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 15, 2007: US20070038570-A1

Systems and methods consistent with the present invention allow guests at a hospitality facility to communicate via VoIP from a remote terminal. For example, guests at a client terminal can place and receive phone calls, experience content, and receive targeted messages while continuing to play game ...


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Neils C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Wms Gaming, C O Delizio Gilliam Pllc, January 24, 2008: US20080020826-A1

A cashless wagering game system is described herein. In some embodiments, the wagering game system includes a control network. The control network can include an account server configured to receive player activity information and demographic information over a network, wherein the player activity i ...