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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, October 7, 1997: US05674128 (507 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, August 28, 2001: US06280328 (408 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner L, September 1, 1998: US05800269 (279 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, July 18, 2000: US06089982 (227 worldwide citation)

A coinless video game system includes a plurality of electronic video game terminals, a game server corresponding to each player terminal, and a central control network for administering and controlling games and player accounts. A player initially establishes a player account in the central control ...


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Niels C Holch, Frank J Riolo: Cashless computerized video game system and method. Oneida Indian Nation, DeLizio Gilliam PLLC, February 12, 2008: US07329187 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods consistent with the present invention allow a player to play a game of chance. In some embodiments, the method can include communicating, by the central controller, with the game terminals; receiving, by the central controller, requests for verification of account identifiers and ...


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Jeremy M Hornik, Pamela S Smith: Game system and method with adjustable eligibility for bonus features. Bally Gaming, Nixon Peabody, April 4, 2017: US09613500

A method and a gaming system for adjusting eligibility rules for wager-dependent bonus features in a wagering game, the game including one or more rule-adjusting activities related to randomly generated outcomes of the game. Rule-adjusting activities achieved by a player can be assessed according a ...


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Dion K Aoki: Systems, methods, and devices for playing progressive wagering games with award-based incrementing features. Bally Gaming, Nixon Peabody, August 22, 2017: US09741209

Gaming devices, gaming systems, methods of conducting a wagering game, and computer programs for executing a wagering game are presented herein. A gaming system for conducting a wagering game is disclosed, which includes an input device for receiving wagers, a display for displaying the wagering gam ...


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Dion K Aoki, Benjamin T Gomez, Pamela S Smith: Systems, methods, and devices for playing wagering games with movable symbol arrays. Bally Gaming, Nixon Peabody, July 11, 2017: US09704342

A gaming system or gaming device for conducting a wagering game includes a display device, a processor, and a memory device. The memory device stores instructions which, when executed by the processor, cause the processor to operate with the display device to determine an outcome of the wagering gam ...


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Michael W Mastropietro: Gaming system and method for employing event eligibility-based equity for a wagering game. Bally Gaming, David J Bremer, March 13, 2018: US09916734

A gaming system and method for conducting a wagering game includes providing a first event eligibility-based equity relative to a first wagering game and converting the first event eligibility-based equity to an exchange medium. The exchange medium may be cash or a second event eligibility-based equ ...


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Jason W Chan, Benjamin T Gomez, Daniel P Louie, Pamela S Smith, Jamie W Vann: Wagering game with game enhancement feature. Bally Gaming, August 15, 2017: US09734665

A gaming system includes at least one memory device that stores instructions that cause a processor to operate with a display device an input device to display a wagering game having a basic game and a bonus game having a first end-game outcome, trigger a first instance of the bonus game during play ...