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Chris Blackburn
Christopher W Blackburn, Robert T Davis, Christopher J Frattinger: Automated wagering game machine configuration and recovery. WMS Gaming, DeLizio Gilliam PLLC, July 31, 2012: US08231471 (5 worldwide citation)

A wagering game system and its operations are described herein. In embodiments, the operations can include determining one or more casino events that request a configuration for one or more wagering game machines, generating one or more automated configuration tasks, assigning one or more properties ...


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Chris Blackburn
Christopher W Blackburn, Robert T Davis, Christopher J Frattinger: Automated wagering game machine configuration and recovery. May 26, 2011: US20110124406-A1

A wagering game system and its operations are described herein. In embodiments, the operations can include determining one or more casino events that request a configuration for one or more wagering game machines, generating one or more automated configuration tasks, assigning one or more properties ...


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Chris Blackburn
Christopher W Blackburn, Robert T Davis, Christopher J Frattinger: Automated wagering game machine configuration and recovery. WMS Gaming, November 1, 2012: US20120277005-A1

A wagering game system and its operations are described herein. In embodiments, the operations can include determining one or more casino events that request a configuration for one or more wagering game machines, generating one or more automated configuration tasks, assigning one or more properties ...


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John R Koza, Norman T La Marre, Martin A Keane: Illusion of skill game machine for a gaming system. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Jenner & Block, April 15, 1986: US04582324 (950 worldwide citation)

A video amusement game terminal for a gaming system for playing a game providing the illusion of skill. A game processor provides a video game presentation in response to player control wherein a prize award is disclosed through presentation of achievement by the player of a designated objective. Th ...


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Theodore R Sarbin, Paul R Brugger, Walter H Wellman, Darryl E Kuhns: Game machine data transfer system utilizing portable data units. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Jenner & Block, January 12, 1993: US05179517 (772 worldwide citation)

The data transfer system operates by collecting data from game machines and transferring said data to a smart card type data transfer unit containing memory, addressing, control, and protection circuitry. Depending on the level of capability desired, the card may or may not have microprocessor and e ...


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Michael M LeStrange, William H Watson, Richard C Raven deceased: Game machine accounting and monitoring system. Bally Gaming International, Jenner & Block, November 28, 1995: US05470079 (651 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine accounting and monitoring system includes a plurality of accumulative, non-resettable accounting meters and an event processor for sensing game activity at the gaming machine and updating the accounting meters in response thereto. The system also includes separate game credit meters ...


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Robert E Davids, Forrest D Wolf, Jon N Bengston: System for playing electronics card game with player selection of cards in motion on display. International Game Technology, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, November 10, 1998: US05833536 (565 worldwide citation)

A game machine is provided which comprises a display device, a processor connected to the display device and a user input device connected to the processor. The processor is programmed to generate images of playing cards moving from a point on the display device toward a plurality of card hand locat ...


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Isao Sunaga, Hiroyuki Danjo, Yukinori Inamura: Game machine. Universal Sales, Hutchins Wheeler & Dittmar, January 16, 2001: US06174233 (525 worldwide citation)

In a game machine, game result conditions may be randomly selected for a predetermined number of games among a plurality of given game result conditions and a demonstration may be made to provide a player of the game with a feeling of higher probability of winning a prize in the game when the random ...


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Henry Von Kohorn: System and method for playing games and rewarding successful players. Response Reward Systems L C, Perman & Green, December 16, 1997: US05697844 (506 worldwide citation)

A system and method for evaluating responses to broadcast programs, such as television programs, includes an instructional signal modulated onto a signal transmitted concurrently with the television program, or time-multiplexed with television signals. At each of a plurality of remote receiving stat ...


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Kazuo Okada: Game machine. Kabushiki Kaisha Universal, Young & Thompson, January 12, 1993: US05178390 (481 worldwide citation)

A slot machine wherein a predetermined insurance premium value is set for example by inserting a predetermined number of coins besides a value, e.g. a number of coins, to be bet on each game prior to starting a game, thereby to start an insurance period. During the insurance period, the values havin ...