CADILLAC JACK, INC.
|CADILLAC JACK, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20090239601||Skill-Based Redemption Game - A skill-based redemption gaming machine in which a plurality of game symbols are arranged on a plurality of slot machine-type reels is configured to ensure that player awards comply with statutory guidelines. A player deposits consideration into the gaming machine and receives a corresponding number of plays and points, representing the number of available game plays and wager amounts, respectively. The player places a wager up to the number of available points which, upon commencement of play, are deducted from the total points value. Upon commencing play, the player is provided free replays or the opportunity to nudge one or more electronically displayed reels in an effort to obtain a certain alignment of game symbols. If such alignment is obtained, the player is presented with points and awards pursuant to a paytable, said rewards being redeemable for non-cash prizes.||09-24-2009|
|20090131160||Multi-Level Progressive Jackpot Gaming Systems and Methods - Various embodiments of progressive gaming systems and methods are disclosed. One method embodiment, among others, comprises enabling a player an opportunity to win, at a time corresponding to a game play session, a first progressive award that is based on wagers collected from machines associated with game play, an amount of the first progressive award augmented with data corresponding to the wagers, the data received over a wide area network, and enabling the player an opportunity to win, at a time corresponding to the game play session, a second progressive award that is based on wagers collected from machines associated with game play, an amount of the second progressive award augmented with data corresponding to the wagers, the data received over a local area network.||05-21-2009|
|20090093303||GAMING SYSTEM INCORPORATING A MULTI-DIRECTIONAL DISPLAY - A gaming system includes a multi-directional display and a one-way mirror. The multi-directional display is configured to display a first visual image that is directly viewable along a central viewing axis, and to further display a second visual image that is directly viewable along a first angular viewing axis. The one-way mirror is positioned with reference to the multi-directional display for reflecting the second visual image along a second angular viewing axis while permitting direct viewing of at least a portion of the second visual image through the first one-way mirror along the first angular viewing axis.||04-09-2009|
|20090088241||Extended Play Gaming Systems and Methods - Various embodiments of extended play gaming systems and methods are disclosed. One method embodiment, among others, comprises providing a user interface that enables extended play in an electronic game, and providing an opportunity for increased compensation that varies based on when extended play is terminated.||04-02-2009|
|20090083188||Secure Data Systems and Methods - Various embodiments of secure data systems and methods are disclosed. One method embodiment, among others, comprises associating information corresponding to a first negotiable instrument with a data structure, and providing a checksum to the data structure to prevent unauthorized modification of the information.||03-26-2009|
|20090017895||DEVICES AND METHODS FOR PLAYING ELECTRONIC BINGO GAME - An electronic bingo game and method for playing the same is disclosed. A bingo card having a plurality of numbered spaces is presented to a player, in which at least one of the numbered spaces is hidden to the player's view, thereby forming covered and uncovered portions of the bingo card. A random number generator draws bingo numbers until the occurrence of a game ending event, which numbers are compared to the numbered spaces on both the covered and uncovered portions of the bingo card. If the pattern of numbers formed on the uncovered portion of the bingo card forms one or more of a set of designated winning bingo patterns, a first award is paid to the player. The player is then presented with the opportunity to reveal one or more of the covered spaces on the bingo card whereupon a second prize is paid if the pattern of numbers formed on the uncovered spaces forms one or more of a set of designated winning bingo patterns.||01-15-2009|
|20080242398||Payout Systems and Methods - Various embodiments of payout systems and methods are disclosed. One embodiment, among others, comprises providing a defined payout amount and a player adjustable payout volatility for a video gaming device, and responsive to player input, modifying the payout volatility while maintaining the defined payout amount.||10-02-2008|
|20080200240||Systems and Methods For Verifying Gaming Machine Cash Out Tokens - Systems and methods for verifying a cash out token associated with a gaming machine. The systems and methods include a gaming machine receiving a cash out token that contains an encoded data field and an encoded checksum field. A checksum algorithm is then performed on at least a portion of the encoded data field to produce a numerical result, which is then compared with the checksum field. Upon detecting a match between the produced numerical result and the checksum field, a data set is then extracted from the encoded data field, where a monetary value associated with the cash out token is determined. The player is then credited an equivalent amount of game credits to the validated value of the cash out token.||08-21-2008|
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