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Robert P Barrie: Gaming apparatus and method having an integrated first and second game. Joseph E Funk, November 9, 1999: US05980384 (1022 worldwide citation)

A gaming apparatus and method are disclosed in which there is a primary game and a secondary game that are dynamically linked, and the primary game can be won independently of the secondary game. The primary game may be won on each play of the game, and the secondary game may be won over a plurality ...


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Robert P Barrie, Jon Bengtson: Multiple progressive gaming system that freezes payouts at start of game. IGT, Townsend & Townsend, June 6, 1989: US04837728 (761 worldwide citation)

A rapidly incrementing multiple progressive gaming system. One or more gaming controllers are coupled to a progressive controller. Coin drop and win information at each gaming controller is provided to and accumulated by the progressive controller. Meter amounts generated at the progressive controll ...


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Robert P Barrie: Mobile object monitoring system. Joseph E Funk, March 28, 2006: US07019644 (43 worldwide citation)

A security monitoring system providing security for mobile objects in any location, including children in a dining and child entertainment facility. The location of each object or child in the facility is tracked using a transmitter attached to the object or child when it/they enter the facility, an ...


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Robert P Barrie: Dynamic assignment of pay lines in a game of chance. Joseph E Funk, August 21, 2012: US08246442 (4 worldwide citation)

A game of chance is disclosed that looks like a multi-line gaming machine having a matrix of rows and columns of positions for displaying slot symbols or cards to a player. A player wagers to play one or more games but the actual pay lines are dynamically determined by events that occur during the c ...


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Robert P Barrie: Method for playing poker. Joseph E Funk, March 24, 2009: US07506873 (2 worldwide citation)

The novel video draw poker game disclosed utilizes a nine position card matrix in which two through four cards are initially dealt and displayed in one row at the start of game play. Pay lines pass through the nine positions. The player selects and holds ones of the initially dealt cards. After hold ...


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Robert P Barrie: Dynamic assignment of pay lines in a game of chance. Joseph E Funk, July 5, 2011: US07972207 (1 worldwide citation)

A game of chance is disclosed that looks like a multi-line gaming machine having a matrix of rows and columns of positions for displaying slot symbols or cards to a player. A player wagers to play one or more games but the actual pay lines are dynamically determined by events that occur during the c ...


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Robert P Barrie: Mobile object monitoring system. Joseph E Funk, August 5, 2004: US20040150520-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A security monitoring system providing security for mobile objects in any location, including children in a dining and child entertainment facility. The location of each object or child in the facility is tracked using a transmitter attached to the object or child when it/they enter the facility, an ...


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Robert P Barrie: Dynamic assignment of pay lines in a game of chance. Joseph E Funk, June 7, 2007: US20070129134-A1

A game of chance is disclosed that looks like a multi-line gaming machine having a matrix of rows and columns of positions for displaying slot symbols or cards to a player. A player wagers to play one or more games but the actual pay lines are dynamically determined by events that occur during the c ...