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Joseph R Hedrick, Robert A Luciano Jr, Jean Pierre Legras, Chauncey W Griswold, Don C Stephan: Gaming machine having secondary display for providing video content. International Game Technology, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, October 24, 2000: US06135884 (981 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine includes main and secondary displays. The secondary display is disposed apart from the primary display and is used for presenting primary, secondary, or even tertiary information. The main display is controlled electronically by a gaming machine controller, which main display presen ...


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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 (775 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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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 (678 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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David A Berg, Robert A Luciano Jr, Ali Saffari: Central random number generation for gaming system. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, July 14, 1998: US05779545 (544 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided in which a central computer broadcasts a plurality of random number seeds serially for simultaneous receipt of each seed by a plurality of gaming terminals. Each gaming terminal uses the seed to generate a random number which determines the win/loss outcome. Two terminals ...


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Joseph R Hedrick, Robert A Luciano Jr, Jean Pierre Legras, Chauncey W Griswold, Don C Stephan: Gaming machine having secondary display for providing video content. International Game Technology, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, April 9, 2002: US06368216 (519 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine includes main and secondary displays. The secondary display is disposed apart from the primary display and is used for presenting primary, secondary, or even tertiary information. The main display is controlled electronically by a gaming machine controller, which main display presen ...


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Robert A Luciano Jr, Anthony J Baerlocher, Chris T Brune, Jason Mayeroff: Hybrid gaming apparatus and method. International Game Technology, George H Gerstman, Seyfarth Shaw, July 31, 2001: US06267669 (449 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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Chauncey W Griswold, Robert A Luciano Jr, Harold E Mattice, Boone McReynolds, Richard D Sadler: Slot machine reels having luminescent display elements. International Game Technology, Beyer & Weaver, February 22, 2000: US06027115 (389 worldwide citation)

Slot machines having reels in which the symbol regions contain electroluminescent elements are disclosed. The electroluminescent elements define one or more reel symbols such as cherries, bars, a number "7", etc. In some embodiments, multiple electroluminescent elements are provided in each symbol r ...


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Robert A Luciano Jr: Gaming system with zero-volatility hold. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, May 16, 2000: US06062981 (363 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided which permits the hold value to be determined independently of the distribution of winning outcomes, e.g., to avoid or prevent volatility in the hold value. Preferably each time a wager is placed, a hold value (such as a predetermined and/or fixed percentage) is retained ...


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Robert A Luciano Jr: Remote gaming using cell phones with location and identity restrictions. Sierra Design Group, April 25, 2006: US07035626 (117 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a remote lottery ticket purchasing or gaming event bet placement system using E-911 compliant cell phones. E-911 compliant cell phones provide the location of the caller, enabling the system of the present invention to determine in which jurisdiction the caller is located. The system fu ...


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Robert A Luciano Jr: Gaming system with zero-volatility hold. International Game Technology, George H Gerstman, Seyfarth Shaw, September 18, 2001: US06290603 (116 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is provided which permits the hold value to be determined independently of the distribution of winning outcomes, e.g., to avoid or prevent volatility in the hold value. Preferably each time a wager is placed, a hold value (such as a predetermined and/or fixed percentage) is retained ...