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Number: 273/266
Name: Amusement devices: games > Board games, pieces, or boards therefor > Nim type (i.e., game of take away)
Description: Game in which a plurality of contest elements common to all participants are located on the pattern or confining region, and each participant alternately in turn removes or equivalently removes from the pattern or confining region (e.g., by shifting into out-of-play positions) one or more of the elements, the contest ends when one of the participants removes or equivalently removes the last remaining contest element from the pattern or confining region.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8186680 Stacking discs removal game May. 29, 2012
6511067 Row-forming marble board game Jan. 28, 2003
6155566 Board game and method of play therefor Dec. 5, 2000
5816573 Give and take card game Oct. 6, 1998
5490669 Laminated ball bat Feb. 13, 1996
5088733 Baseball bat with oval handle Feb. 18, 1992
4640513 Super memory educational game of skill and chance Feb. 3, 1987
4200298 Game board and game pieces useable therewith Apr. 29, 1980
4018446 Board game Apr. 19, 1977

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