SHFL Acquitted Of Patent Infringement Claim

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Gaming industry giant SHFL Entertainment Limited (formerly ShuffleMaster) has announced that it has been cleared of a charge of patent infringement.

The claim was levied against the firm's Asian operations, and accused the company of violating Jay Chun's patent on terminal betting for live baccarat games.

Commenting on the issue SHFL Macau's Vice President Ken Jolly said, "We are very pleased that the Court has found no patent infringement by SHFL Macau. We have consistently maintained that our Rapid Baccarat solution does not infringe Mr. Chun's patent."

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