Electronic poker game

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273292, 273274, A63F 100

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050226533

ABSTRACT:
An electronic device is used to play a card game in which a player and a dealer are each dealt five cards. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value less than an Ace-King combination or better, the player automatically wins. If the dealer has a poker hand having a value of an Ace-king combination or better, than the higher of the player's or the dealer's hand wins. If the player winds, he receives a bonus payment depending on the poker rank of his hand. By making an additional wager, a player can also participate in a progressive jackpot component of the card game.

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Written Description of "Sklansky's Casino Poker" c. 2/18/82.
Written description of "Video Poker".
"Scarne's Encylopedia of Games", John Scarne .COPYRGT.1983 pp. 11, 31.
"Scarne's New Complete Guide to Gambling", John Scarne .COPYRGT.1974 pp. 440-445.

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