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Bahman Qawami
Po Yuan, Javier Canis Robles, Mei Yan, Fabrice Jogand Coulomb, Ahmet Altay, Bahman Qawami, Patricia Dwyer, Robert Chin Tse Chang, Oktay Rasizade, Farshid Sabet Sharghi: Method and system for creating and accessing a secure storage area in a non-volatile memory card. SanDisk Technologies, Brinks Gilson & Lione, March 31, 2015: US08997214

In order to create and access a secure storage account in a non-volatile memory device, an account identification value is calculated. A memory identification value is read from a first non-volatile memory device. The memory identification value and the account identification value are transmitted t ...


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John F Acres, Alec Ginsburg, David Wiebenson: Method for operating networked gaming devices. Acres Gaming, Marger Johnson et al, August 12, 1997: US05655961 (1288 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and configuring gaming devices interconnected over a high-speed network is disclosed. The system can support a file server, one or more floor controllers, one or more pit terminals, and other terminals all interconnected over the network. Each gaming device includes an electr ...


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Andrew C Payne, Lawrence C Stewart, David J Mackie: Network sales system. Open Market, Fish & Richardson P C, February 3, 1998: US05715314 (1212 worldwide citation)

A network-based sales system includes at least one buyer computer for operation by a user desiring to buy a product, at least one merchant computer, and at least one payment computer. The buyer computer, the merchant computer, and the payment computer are interconnected by a computer network. The bu ...


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William R Adams: Method of playing game and gaming games with an additional payout indicator. Anchor Gaming, Galgano & Burke, December 15, 1998: US05848932 (1157 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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John Doggett, Frank A Jaffe, Milton M Anderson: Electronic funds transfer instruments. Financial Services Technology Consortium, The First National Bank of Boston, Bell Communications Research, Fish & Richardson P C, October 14, 1997: US05677955 (1014 worldwide citation)

An electronic instrument is created in a computer-based method for effecting a transfer of funds from an account of a payer in a funds-holding institution to a payee. The electronic instrument includes an electronic signature of the payer, digital representations of payment instructions, the identit ...


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Anthony A Marnell II: Electronic gaming apparatus and method. Quirk & Tratos, February 28, 1995: US05393057 (1014 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming apparatus (21) including an electronic primary gaming device (22), such as a poker gaming device or slot machine and an electronic secondary gaming device (23). The electronic poker gaming device (22) is electrically coupled to the electronic secondary gaming device (23), and th ...


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Damon E Gura: Gaming machine with variable probability of obtaining bonus game payouts. WMS Gaming, Jenkens & Gilchrist, December 12, 2000: US06159097 (979 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine includes a basic game and a bonus game. The basic game is controlled by a processor in response to a wager amount and includes a plurality of different start-bonus outcomes. The bonus game is activated by the start-bonus outcomes which cause the processor to shift operation from the ...


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Anthony J Baerlocher, Robert W Crowder Jr: Electronic game method and apparatus with hierarchy of simulated wheels. International Game Technology, Sheridan Ross P C, August 4, 1998: US05788573 (966 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented electronic game includes a wheel of fortune game with odds of a jackpot greatly in excess of the number of indicia on a simulated wheel. In one embodiment, a virtual mapping allows a bonus indicium of the wheel to be given a 1:M chance of being landed on, even though the bonus ...


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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 (890 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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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game with roaming wild card. Friedman Siegelbaum, July 18, 2000: US06089977 (841 worldwide citation)

A slot machine 40, of the type having a video display screen which displays a plurality of rotatable reels 42 carrying symbols 43, is arranged to pay a prize on the occurrence of a predetermined symbol or combination of symbols. The game includes a special feature which is invoked when a special tri ...



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