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Raymond Dudley: Electronic chess game. Shapiro and Shapiro, July 5, 1983: US04391447 (28 worldwide citation)

An electronic game for positional games such as chess comprises a playing board and a plurality of playing pieces, each piece being movable between playing positions on the playing board in accordance with a predetermined pattern which is influenced by the locations of other playing pieces. Each pla ...


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David B Bathurst: Electronic chess game. Basile and Weintraub, April 4, 1978: US04082285 (21 worldwide citation)

An electronic chess game is provided, including a playing board surface made up of a number of push-button squares. Display circuitry is provided for displaying at each of the squares an image of any one of the playing chess pieces required for the chess game. Logic circuitry is provided to permit e ...


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Andrew Tarc: Display tile for electronic chess game. Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, January 25, 1983: US04369975 (5 worldwide citation)

A display tile for use in a chess game matrix has optical display segments which may be actuated to simultaneously display chess men and the allowed direction of movement of the chess men during the game of chess.


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Electronic chess game. Scisys W, February 11, 1981: GB2053701-A (3 worldwide citation)

An electronic apparatus, for simulating the playing of chess, includes its own liquid crystal display. The display can include a region for displaying any chess piece together with alpha numeric information regarding the coordinates of a piece being moved. The display for the chess piece is built up ...


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Andrew Paradise, Dennis Zografos: Integrations portal for peer-to-peer game platform. Skillz, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, September 19, 2017: US09767644 (1 worldwide citation)

An integrations portal can communicate with a developer client and can include an interface to prompt the developer client for and to receive peer-to-peer competition settings and third-party game mechanics. A peer-to-peer wagering platform can be in communication with the integrations portal and a ...


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Andrew Paradise, Casey Chafkin, Jason Petralia, Ahmed Abdalla: Peer-to-peer wagering platform. Skillz, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, May 16, 2017: US09649564 (1 worldwide citation)

Data characterizing historical skills-based gaming metrics for a first user and historical skills-based gaming metrics for at least one second user is accessed. Using the accessed data and a set of rules, a targeted advertisement to present to the first user is determined. The targeted advertisement ...


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Andrew Paradise, Dennis Zografos: Cooperative gameplay in peer-to-peer wagering platform. Skillz, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, July 4, 2017: US09697680 (1 worldwide citation)

Data can be received and can include a request to initiate a cooperative digital skills-based gaming competition and an identification of one or more additional players to invite to join a cooperative team. Data including an invitation to become members of the cooperative team can be transmitted usi ...


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Reid Rory Derek Albert: Electronic chess game. Reid Rory Derek Albert, November 21, 1984: GB2139905-A (1 worldwide citation)

The game apparatus comprises a chessboard 10 and chessmen 21 and an electronic switching circuit arranged so that application of a chessman to a square will cause lights 16 to be indicated on the board and/or a video screen to show all possible moves of this chessman. In particular, each square of t ...


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Tarc Andrew: Tableau eclaire pour jeu dechecs electronique, Display tile for electronic chess game. Tarc Andrew, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, April 12, 1983: CA1144648

ABSTRACT A display tile for use in a chess game matrix hasoptical display segments which may be actuated to simultaneouslydisplay chess men and the allowed direction of movement of thechess men during the game of chess.


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Leroy Christian: (Fr) Jeu dechecs electroniques muni dune imprimante et de pendules a quartz pour limpression des parties et des cadences, (En) Electronic chess game equipped with printer and quartz clocks for printing games and times. Leroy Christian, September 11, 1998: WO/1998/039073

(EN) The invention concerns a device for automatically noting down chess games, in particular for automatically posting chess games by means of a printer incorporated in the chess board case. It consists of a case (fig 1) with an aperture (fig. 2) wherein is inserted the game sheet. The chess board ...