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Logan L Pease, Eugene T Bond, Dwight E Crevelt, Verne F Holmes Jr: Secure automated electronic casino gaming system. IGT, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, July 5, 1994: US05326104 (715 worldwide citation)

An automated casino gaming system includes a central game controller to which a number of automated writer stations are connected. In the keno playing embodiment disclosed, the automated writer stations each have a keypad with two colored LEDs mounted under each key. To play a game, patrons first in ...


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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 (566 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 (562 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, Robert Luciano: Peripheral device download method and apparatus. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, June 2, 1998: US05759102 (321 worldwide citation)

Memories in peripherals, coupled to a gaming terminal, are reprogrammed by a method and apparatus which includes transmitting information from an external information source to a gaming terminal. The information is then transmitted from the gaming terminal to the peripheral device, preferably withou ...


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Logan L Pease, Robert Luciano: Peripheral device download method and apparatus. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, October 24, 2000: US06135887 (252 worldwide citation)

Memories in peripherals, coupled to a gaming terminal, are reprogrammed by a method and apparatus which includes transmitting information from an external information source to a gaming terminal. The information is then transmitted from the gaming terminal to the peripheral device, preferably withou ...


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Craig A Paulsen, Logan L Pease, William K Bertram, Wes F Carmean, Joseph R Hedrick, Ward W Chilton: System, method and apparatus for generating large jackpots on live game card tables. IGT, Townsend and Townsend Khourie and Crew, February 28, 1995: US05393067 (245 worldwide citation)

A system to generate large (e.g. $1 million) jackpots for live card games such as blackjack is disclosed. Multiple live card tables are placed in one or more gaming establishments. A coin acceptor is assigned to each player position on the tables and includes a sensor for determining the presence of ...


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William K Bertram, Logan L Pease: Reduced noise touch screen apparatus and method. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, August 18, 1998: US05796389 (199 worldwide citation)

A touch screen having a high or fine resolution at relatively low cost is provided. In one embodiment, electrodes are placed directly on the surface of a CRT screen without the need for an electrode positioned on the rear surface. The touch screen may include a conductive coating and a protective co ...


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Logan L Pease, William Wells: Device for maintaining game state audit trail upon instantaneous power failure. IGT, Townsend and Townsend, August 14, 1990: US04948138 (155 worldwide citation)

A look ahead state saving device for maintaining an audit trail of a plurality of discrete, sequential operating states in an electronic machine, such as a gaming machine. Each such state include accompanying operational data. A nonvolatile solid state memory maintains the audio trail. Game operatio ...


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Logan L Pease, Delbert Richard, Peter D Dickinson deceased: Method and apparatus for verifying the contents of a storage device. International Game Technology, July 1, 1997: US05644704 (62 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for verifying the contents of a storage device. A number of steps are involved in performing the verification. First, non-sequential data is written into each unused memory location of the storage device. Then, a non-associative technique is performed on contents of each memor ...


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William K Bertram, Logan L Pease: Reduced noise touch screen apparatus and method. International Game Technology, George H Gerstman, Seyfarth Shaw, November 5, 2002: US06476798 (54 worldwide citation)

A touch screen having a high or fine resolution at relatively low cost is provided. In one embodiment, electrodes are placed directly on the surface of a CRT screen without the need for an electrode positioned on the rear surface. The touch screen may include a conductive coating and a protective co ...