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Number: 273/145A
Name: Amusement devices: games > Chance devices > Lot mixers and dispensers > Dice agitators > Cup
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7931275 Poker game with dice Apr. 26, 2011
7775522 Automatic dice shaking system Aug. 17, 2010
7744087 Automatic dice shaking apparatus Jun. 29, 2010
7744088 Automatic dice shaking method Jun. 29, 2010
7694967 Dice cup Apr. 13, 2010
7584961 Three-dimensional puzzle Sep. 8, 2009
7185889 Casino table wagering game and method therefor Mar. 6, 2007
6755416 Die-rolling device and game Jun. 29, 2004
6488282 Game of chance comprising a cup and five flat round pieces, all marked on one side with the plus(+) symbol and with the minus (-) symbol on the other side Dec. 3, 2002
5885157 Die, dice game machine, and dice game system Mar. 23, 1999
5308077 Board game May. 3, 1994
5024440 Dice a word Jun. 18, 1991
5004244 Memory game Apr. 2, 1991
4893816 Competitive dice and cube game Jan. 16, 1990
4489946 Board game having consistent shape relationship among its parts Dec. 25, 1984











 
 
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