Yorkshire came out on top on the final day of their Bob Willis Trophy clash at Trent Bridge, triumphing by 90 runs.
Having dismissed the visitors for 278, Notts were all out for 97, Jordan Thompson claiming figures of 3-6.
Resuming on 259 for seven at the start of the day, the visitors could only muster a further 19 runs before the loss of their last three wickets.
Zak Chappell had Olivier caught behind for eight to finish with four for 59. Matt Carter then removed Dominic Leech, for one, as well as Tattersall, to collect figures of four for 76.
Steven Mullaney, the Nottinghamshire captain, was involved in each of the last two wickets to go down, giving him four catches in the innings and seven in the match, tying the county record of Arthur Jones in 1908 and Bill Voce in 1928.
Both home openers departed in the opening stages of the run chase.
Chris Nash was seemingly taken aback at being given out lbw to Duanne Olivier for 11, with the ball appearing to be missing leg.
Haseeb Hameed was then smartly taken by Jonny Bairstow of the bowling of Dominic Leech for one.
Olivier struck again in the final over of the morning session, having Ben Duckett spectacularly caught in the gully by Dawid Malan for 19.
After the interval, Olivier athletically took a low catch from his own bowling to remove Joe Clarke for 18, and one over later Mullaney fell to Patterson for five.
Thompson, who scored 98 on the opening day, replaced Olivier from the Pavilion End and immediately removed first-innings centurion Tom Moores.
The medium-pacer also sent back Chappell and Carter, before Jack Shutt took the wicket of Patel.
The next round of matches starts on Saturday, with Notts facing Lancashire at Trent Bridge.
When it comes to sharing the action from Trent Bridge this summer, our multi-camera live stream has got you covered. Watch live...