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Number: 273/142A
Name: Amusement devices: games > Chance devices > Rotating disk > Indicator: projected
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8480465 Texas Pai Gow Jul. 9, 2013
8262452 Gaming device and its control method Sep. 11, 2012
8226463 Gaming device and its control method Jul. 24, 2012
7309285 Gaming device having multiple transverse rotating displays Dec. 18, 2007
6641478 Design reel for gaming machine Nov. 4, 2003
5605330 Portable container involving games of chance Feb. 25, 1997
5366221 Random play indicator Nov. 22, 1994
5310190 Western game board apparatus May. 10, 1994
4095794 Ball drop and electrical readout rotating receptacle having a vacuum conduit ball return Jun. 20, 1978











 
 
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