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Hilario Vazquez Jr, Paul R Yarnold: Gaming device having player selectable winning combinations. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Mason Kolehmainen Rathburn & Wyss, September 22, 1987: US04695053 (968 worldwide citation)

A gaming device of the type that utilizes multiple rotatable reels or a video display to display a random combination of predetermined symbols, and which issues a win indication or a payout whenever one of several predetermined winning combinations of symbols is obtained. Certain ones of the predete ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Thomas M Sparico: Method and system for adapting gaming devices to playing preferences. Walker Digital, Steven M Santisi, Dean Alderucci, August 29, 2000: US06110041 (909 worldwide citation)

A slot machine networked to a central server receives preference data corresponding to a player from the central server and configures the game to match the received preference data. The player inserts his player tracking card into the slot machine, which transmits player identification data to the ...


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John R Koza, Norman T La Marre, Martin A Keane: Video gaming system with pool prize structures. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Jenner & Block, March 24, 1987: US04652998 (749 worldwide citation)

A video amusement gaming system with pool prize structures including remote game terminals and a central controller with two-way communications between the remote game terminals and the central controller. Prize awards are based upon random shuffling of a set of prize awards among a predetermined po ...


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William R Adams: Method of playing game and gaming games with an additional payout indicator. Anchor Gaming, Galgano & Burke, July 18, 2000: US06089978 (746 worldwide citation)

Gaming devices comprising a standard gaming unit, e.g., three reels, and a discernible additional payout indicator, e.g., a rotatable wheel. A preferred bonus payout indicator is clearly visible by the player and is actuatable when the reels of the slot machine stop on certain predetermined indicia. ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game-progressive jackpot with decrementing jackpot. Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Roseman & Colin, May 1, 2001: US06224482 (648 worldwide citation)

A random prize awarding system associated with a gaming console is provided in which the gaming console is arranged to play a first game or a second game, the first game being a standard game normally offered on the console and the second game being a jackpot game offered for play when the player ha ...


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Jay S Walker, James A Jorasch, Thomas M Sparico: Automated play gaming device. Walker Asset Management Partnership, Dean Alderucci, Steve M Santisi, January 11, 2000: US06012983 (633 worldwide citation)

A method and device for automated, repetitive play of a gaming device, such as a slot machine. A player enters player identifying information and player parameter selections at a gaming device. The gaming device stores the player parameter selections and proceeds to initiate automated play of the ga ...


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Neville G Harlick: Poker machine communication system. Ainsworth Nominees, Holman & Stern, January 13, 1987: US04636951 (613 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the operation of electronically linked gaming machines which enables information to be transferred between machines and from each machine to a control unit. In particular, credits on a machine can be transferred to another machine and the credit state of each machine can be ...


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Shenshen Wu: Polyurethane golf ball. Acushnet Co, Pennie & Edmonds, August 2, 1994: US05334673 (533 worldwide citation)

The golf ball is made from a composition of a polyurethane prepolymer and a slow-reacting polyamine curing agent and/or a difunctional glycol. The slow-reacting polyamine curing agents and difunctional glycols are 3,5-dimethylthio-2,4-toluenediamine; 3,5-dimethylthio-2,6-toluenediamine; N,N'-dialkyl ...


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Robert Jarvik: Virtual reality exercise machine and computer controlled video system. November 26, 1996: US05577981 (484 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to computer controlled exercise machines and provides the user with a wide variety of interactive exercise options controlled by software. A virtual reality hybrid of virtual and real environments is provided which permits the user to perform significant physical exertion by a ...


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W Thatcher Ulrich, Harvey A Koselka, Aaron F Bobick, Michael H Benjamin: Interactive exercise apparatus. Tectrix Fitness Equipment, Test Hurwitz & Thibeault, November 25, 1997: US05690582 (480 worldwide citation)

An interactive exercise apparatus engages a user's mind and body. The apparatus comprises an exercise mechanism and a steering mechanism for manipulation by the user to achieve exercise and to indicate a direction of motion. The exercise mechanism can be, for example, the steps of a stair climbing s ...



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