Two color chance device and two games using the same

Patent No. 6,764,075

Issued: July 20, 2004
Filed: March 5, 2002

Inventor: Nigale; Arvind (2/54 Sneh-Sagar MHADA Complex, Film City Road, Malad(East), Mumbai-400 097, IN)


A chance device cuboidal in shape. Three faces of the cube have a background color that is the same. The other three faces of the cube have a different color background in common. The indicia used most commonly is dots, which can be replaced with numbers or anything of the like that will show a quantity, are numbered from either one to three or four to six, or any other combination of three numbers. For the set of numbers chosen, three faces of the cube, all with the same color background, have one of the numbers present on each of the faces. The other three faces of the cube have the same set of numbers, but these numbers are present on a different color background then the other three faces of the cube. Examples of use of the described chance device includes two games, Diamonds and Killer Spider.


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