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Jay S Walker, Robert C Tedesco, James A Jorasch: Methods and apparatus for determining hybrid wagering game sessions. IGT, K&L Gates, July 13, 2010: US07753770 (199 worldwide citation)

In accordance with some embodiments, a plurality of outcomes are generated and used to create a video presentation of representative outcomes of a wagering game. The video presentation is recorded onto a tangible medium (e.g., DVD or CD-ROM) or otherwise provided to a player (e.g., the player may ac ...


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Jay S Walker, Robert C Tedesco, James A Jorasch, Michael W Patterson: Methods and systems for determining and selling wagering game outcomes for a plurality of players. IGT, K&L Gates, November 1, 2011: US08047908 (184 worldwide citation)

In accordance with some embodiments, a plurality of outcomes are generated and used to create a video presentation of representative outcomes for one or more players. The video presentation is recorded onto a tangible medium (e.g., DVD or CD-ROM) or otherwise provided to one or more players (e.g., a ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Magdalena M Fincham, Geoffrey M Gelman, Robert C Tedesco: Apparatus and method for facilitating team play of slot machines. Walker Digital, Walker Digital Management, April 29, 2008: US07364510 (102 worldwide citation)

A method for team play of slot machines, including determining a first result corresponding to a first player on a team, determining a second result corresponding to a second player, determining whether the second player is on the team, and determining a result based on the first result and the seco ...


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Jay S Walker, Robert C Tedesco, James A Jorasch, Daniel E Tedesco, Michael W Patterson: Method and apparatus for enabling a player to simultaneously control game play on multiple gaming devices. IGT, K&L Gates, March 8, 2011: US07901294 (80 worldwide citation)

In accordance with at least one embodiment, a gaming system is operable to determine a first gaming device being operated by a player and select a second gaming device to be controlled, via the first gaming device, by the player. In some embodiments, the gaming system is further operable to configur ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Stephen C Tulley, Robert C Tedesco, Magdalena M Fincham: Methods and system for facilitating a secondary card game. Walker Digital, Walker Digital Management, August 26, 2008: US07416186 (60 worldwide citation)

According to an embodiment, a player of a game (e.g., video poker) wagers on a game in which a first set of cards represents a bonus hand having a high value (e.g., royal, straight). The player is also dealt a second set of cards. In one embodiment, an indication of a first set of cards may be outpu ...


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Daniel E Tedesco, Robert C Tedesco, James A Jorasch: Adaptive, portable, multi-sensory aid for the disabled. HandHold Adaptive, Withrow & Terranova PLLC, Taylor M Davenport, July 23, 2013: US08494507 (53 worldwide citation)

A mobile terminal is used to assist individuals with disabilities. The mobile terminal (e.g., a “smartphone” or other commercially available wireless handheld device) may be loaded with software. The software may be configured to: (i) receive information about a sensory deficit associated with a use ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Robert C Tedesco: Products and processes for providing a benefit according to a pattern in outcomes. IGT, K&L Gates, January 25, 2011: US07874911 (43 worldwide citation)

A hardware or software module is added to a gaming device. The module renders the gaming device capable of permitting play of the gaming device when a credit balance of the gaming device is insufficient, in which prior to such rendering, the gaming device was not capable of permitting play of the ga ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Robert C Tedesco, Magdalena M Fincham: Apparatus, systems and methods for facilitating a negative credit balance of a gaming device. IGT, K&L Gates, June 21, 2011: US07963844 (40 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are apparatus, systems and methods for a gaming device operable to support a negative credit balance. For example, in some embodiments, a gaming device may be configured to: (i) determine a current credit balance, (ii) determine a wager amount, (iii) determine whether the wager amou ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Geoffrey M Gelman, Stephen C Tulley, Daniel E Tedesco, Robert C Tedesco, Dean P Alderucci: Method and system for monitoring gaming device play and determining compliance status. IGT, K&L Gates, August 2, 2011: US07988551 (40 worldwide citation)

After a player purchases a contract providing insurance against gambling losses, a server or other device in communication with a gaming device (e.g., a “player tracking” server, “slot accounting” server and/or other computer device) may operate to (i) receive game play data in association with one ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Jose A Suarez, Robert C Tedesco: Apparatus, systems and methods for facilitating a payout of a gaming device. IGT, K&L Gates, December 14, 2010: US07850522 (33 worldwide citation)

In accordance with some embodiments, a method provides for determining, based on a first random number, an outcome for a first game play conducted at a gaming device, thereby determining a first outcome and determining an amount to be output as a result of the first outcome, thereby determining a fi ...