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Marvin A Ornstein: Electronic gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Louis Weinstein, November 5, 1996: US05570885 (360 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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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 (322 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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Marvin A Ornstein: Gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Louis Weinstein, February 17, 1998: US05718431 (146 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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Marvin A Ornstein, Richard B Hanbicki: Method and apparatus for accumulating betting data in games of chance. MAO, Terry B Morris, April 1, 2008: US07351145 (29 worldwide citation)

A gaming method and apparatus enabling a casino to track the average amount that a player bets at a gaming table, the total amount of player bets at a gaming table (handle) and the players win/loss experience, by measuring and recording into an electronic file each players bet at each betting statio ...


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Marvin A Ornstein, Stacey Perry: Gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Volpe And Koenig PC, Suite 400 One Penn Center, October 11, 2001: US20010028147-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A gaming method and system which allows a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will have multiple consecutive wins, losses, or ties of a game of chance and having the option of withdrawing from a consecutive wins, loss or tie bet before reaching the number of consecutive wins, loss ...


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Marvin A Ornstein: 2 Bet black jack. Marvin A Ornstein, October 7, 2004: US20040195770-A1

A gaming method and system, which allows a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will win or lose a side bet, contingent on the makeup of the player's first two cards dealt in the game of blackjack. The player's first two cards will fall under predetermined, posted category of “Good ...


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Marvin A Ornstein, Walter Harrison, Stacey J Perry: Method of playing blackjack and other games of chance. Terry B Morris, c o MAO, December 20, 2007: US20070290441-A1

A gaming method and system which allows all players to be dealt a common two-card hand, representing the first two cards for each player. The individual player will independently determine the amount of his wager and will independently make decisions relating to how he will play his hand after viewi ...


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Marvin A Ornstein, Stacey Perry: Gaming system and method for multiple play wagering. Terry B Morris, c o MAO Gaming, September 27, 2007: US20070222156-A1

A gaming method and system which allows a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will have multiple consecutive wins, losses, or ties of a game of chance and having the option of withdrawing from a consecutive wins, loss or tie bet before reaching the number of consecutive wins, loss ...


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Marvin A Ornstein: 2 bet blackjack. Kenehan & Lambertsen, John C Lambertsen, May 28, 2009: US20090134578-A1

A gaming method and system that allows a player to wager varying amounts on whether that player will win or lose an additional bet, contingent on the makeup of the first two cards dealt to a player in the game of blackjack. The first two cards will fall under predetermined, posted category of “Good ...



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