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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 (1012 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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Victor Markowicz: Hierarchical lottery network with selection from differentiated playing pools. Steele Gould & Fried, June 27, 1989: US04842278 (423 worldwide citation)

A network of individual lottery systems, for example a national network of state lotteries, each of the state lotteries operating independently using data entry and validation stations for accepting player data and having independent structure for selecting individual winners based upon coincidence ...


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Felix M DiRe, Joseph Carlisi: Game with multiple winning ways. James J Ralabate, June 6, 1989: US04836546 (298 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and game process having two steps, Step I and Step II, is disclosed having three ways of winning. In step I, the player preselects up to "Y" numbers, "Y" is equal to the number of indicators on the apparatus. In Step, I, the first way of winning (or becoming eligible to win) is by selec ...


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Yutaka Kimura: Game machine with selective stop means for moving display. Kabushiki Kaisha Universal, Young & Thompson, October 21, 1986: US04618150 (268 worldwide citation)

A game machine has indicia which indicate the proper time to control visible moving symbols. The indicia comprise lights or sounds to make a player recognize the proper time when predetermined prize-winning symbol or combination of symbols will occur on one or a plurality of rotatable reels in a sto ...


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Philip C Crouch, Patrick J Finnigan: Player operable lottery machine having display means displaying combinations of game result indicia. Ainsworth Nominees, Holman & Stern, April 4, 1989: US04817951 (223 worldwide citation)

A lottery machine comprising a display which can display combinations of indicia selected from a predetermined set of such combinations, and a control device arranged to sequentially select game results from a predetermined set of game results and to display an indicia combination corresponding to t ...


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Felix M DiRe, Joseph Carlisi: Apparatus and process for multiple wins in one game. James J Ralabate, July 12, 1988: US04756531 (199 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and game process having three ways of winning. The player preselects up to "Y" numbers, "Y" is equal to the number of indicators on the apparatus. The first way of winning is by selecting any winning number which will be displayed on any one indicator. The second way of winning is by pr ...


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Howard Rayfiel: Visible randomly intermeshing, multi-wheel chance game apparatus. Price Gess & Ubell, March 22, 1988: US04732386 (196 worldwide citation)

A chance game apparatus having five secondary wheels positioned outside of and along the circumferential edge of a primary wheel. Each wheel has a sequence of winning and losing indices with each sequence different from one another. Each sequence defines a different probability of a random selection ...


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Milton H Loper III: Shaker control device. Atari Games Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 20, 1993: US05203563 (184 worldwide citation)

A device for causing the steering wheel of a video-based vehicle simulator to selectively vibrate during predetermined periods of the video sequence includes a frame which is rigidly attached to the steering wheel. A cylindrical electrical motor is mounted on the frame, and a first shaft is attached ...


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Jay Smith III, Gerald S Karr, Lawrence T Jones: Hand-held electronic game playing device with replaceable cartridges. Smith Engineering, Jackson Jones & Price, November 16, 1982: US04359222 (119 worldwide citation)

A hand-held electronic program playing device having a flat panel electro-optical display unit incorporated in a housing, is disclosed. Circuitry suitable for driving the display unit and manually operable controls for providing a plurality of control functions are incorporated in the housing. A rep ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David B Hill, Fred J Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan A Burns, Charles L Rino, Philip C Evans: Electromagnetic transmitting hockey puck. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 15, 1996: US05564698 (113 worldwide citation)

A hockey puck with an electromagnetic transmitter. The electromagnetic transmitter could include an infrared transmitter, ultraviolet transmitter, radar repeater, RF transmitter or other device for transmitting electromagnetic waves outside of the visible spectrum. The electromagnetic transmitter is ...