MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

                                  BETWEEN THE

                     SHINGLE SPRINGS BAND OF MIWOK INDIANS

                                      AND

                    KEAN ARGOVITZ RESORTS - SHINGLE SPRINGS,
                                      LLC

                           DATED, AS OF JUNE 11, 1999


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                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT ......................................................1

1.   RECITALS .............................................................1
2.   DEFINITIONS ..........................................................2
     Affiliate ............................................................2
     Bank Accounts ........................................................2
     BIA ..................................................................2
     Business .............................................................2
     Capital Budget .......................................................2
     Capital Replacement(s) ...............................................2
     Capital Replacement Reserve ..........................................2
     Centralized Services .................................................2
     Class III Gaming .....................................................2
     Collateral Agreements ................................................2
     Commencement Date ....................................................2
     Compact ..............................................................2
     Compensation .........................................................3
     Completion Date ......................................................3
     Constitution .........................................................3
     Development Agreement ................................................3
     Depository Account ...................................................4
     Disbursement Account .................................................4
     Effective Date .......................................................4
     Emergency Condition ..................................................5
     Employees ............................................................5
     Enterprise ...........................................................5
     Enterprise Bank Accounts .............................................5
     Enterprise Employee ..................................................5
     Enterprise Employee Policies .........................................5
     Facility .............................................................5
     Facility Bank ........................................................5
     Fiscal Year ..........................................................5
     Furnishings and Equipment ............................................5
     Gaming ...............................................................6
     General Manager ......................................................6
     Generally Accepted Accounting Principles .............................6
     GAAP .................................................................6
     Gross Gaming Revenue (Win) ...........................................6
     Gross Revenues .......................................................6
     IGRA .................................................................6
     Interim Promissory Note ..............................................6
     Internal Control Systems .............................................7
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance .....................................7
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority .................................7
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Resolutions ..........................................7
     KAR ..................................................................7
     Key Employees ........................................................7
     Legal Requirements ...................................................7
     Loan Agreement .......................................................7
     Management Agreement .................................................7
     Management Fee .......................................................7

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     Managing Officer.......................................................  7
     Material Breach........................................................  7
     Member of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government...................................  8
     Minimum Balance........................................................  8
     Minimum Guaranteed Monthly Payment.....................................  8
     Monthly Distribution Payment...........................................  8
     National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)...............................  8
     Net Revenues...........................................................  8
     Net Revenues (gaming)..................................................  8
     Net Revenues (other)...................................................  9
     Note...................................................................  9
     Off-Site Employees.....................................................  9
     Operating Budget and Annual Plan....................................... 10
     Operating Equipment.................................................... 10
     Operating Expenses..................................................... 10
     Operating Supplies..................................................... 11
     Plans and Specifications............................................... 11
     Pre-Opening Budget..................................................... 11
     Pre-Opening Expenses................................................... 11
     Promotional Allowances................................................. 11
     Property............................................................... 11
     Relative............................................................... 12
     Security and Reimbursement Agreement................................... 12
     State.................................................................. 12
     System Marks........................................................... 12
     System Fees............................................................ 12
     Temporary Gaming Facility.............................................. 12
     Term................................................................... 12
3.   COVENANTS.............................................................. 12
     3.1  Engagement of KAR................................................. 12
     3.2  Term.............................................................. 12
     3.3  Status of Property................................................ 13
     3.4  KAR Compliance with Law; Licenses................................. 13
     3.5  Amendments to SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance.................... 14
     3.6  Compliance with Compact........................................... 14
     3.7  Fire and Safety................................................... 14
     3.8  Compliance with the National Environment Policy Act............... 14
     3.9  Satisfaction of Effective Date Requirements....................... 14
     3.10 Commence Date..................................................... 15
4.   BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS IN CONNECTION WITH ENTERPRISE..................... 15
     4.1  KAR's Authority and Responsibility................................ 15
     4.2  Duties of KAR..................................................... 15
          4.2.1 Physical Duties............................................. 15
          4.2.2 Compliance.................................................. 15
          4.2.3 Required Filings............................................ 15
          4.2.4 Contracts in SHINGLE SPRING's Name and at Arm's Length...... 15
          4.2.5 Enterprise Operating Standards.............................. 16
     4.3  Security.......................................................... 16
     4.4  Damage, Condemnation or Impossibility of the Enterprise........... 16
          4.4.1 Recommencement of Operations................................ 16
          4.4.2 Repair or Replacement....................................... 16
          4.4.3 Other Business Purposes..................................... 17
          4.4.4 Termination of Gaming....................................... 17
          4.4.5 Tolling of the Agreement.................................... 17
     4.5  Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Sales............................. 18


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  4.6 Employees............................................................ 18
    4.6.1 KAR's Responsibility............................................. 18
    4.6.2 Enterprise Employee Policies..................................... 18
    4.6.3 Key Employees.................................................... 18
    4.6.4 Off-Site Employees............................................... 19
    4.6.5 No KAR Wages or Salaries......................................... 19
    4.6.6 SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority (Costs)..................... 19
    4.6.7 Employee Background Checks....................................... 19
    4.6.8 Indian Preference, Recruiting and Training....................... 20
    4.6.9 Goals and Remedies............................................... 21
    4.6.10 Removal of Employees............................................ 21
  4.7 Optional Services.................................................... 21
  4.8 Pre-Opening.......................................................... 21
  4.9 Operating Budget and Annual Plan..................................... 22
    4.9.1 Adjustments to Operating Budget and Annual Plan.................. 23
  4.10 Capital Budgets..................................................... 24
  4.11 Capital Replacements................................................ 24
  4.12 Capital Replacement Reserve......................................... 25
  4.13 Periodic Contributions to Capital Replacement Reserve............... 25
  4.14 Use and Allocation of Capital Replacement Reserve................... 26
  4.16 Internal Control Systems............................................ 26
  4.17 Banking and Bank Accounts........................................... 26
    4.17.1 Bank Accounts................................................... 26
    4.17.2 Daily Deposits to Depository Account............................ 27
    4.17.3 Disbursement Account............................................ 27
    4.17.4 No Cash Disbursements........................................... 27
    4.17.5 Transfers Between Accounts...................................... 27
  4.18 Insurance........................................................... 27
  4.19 Accounting and Books of Account..................................... 27
    4.19.1 Statements...................................................... 28
    4.19.2 Books of Accounts............................................... 28
    4.19.3 Accounting Standards............................................ 28
    4.19.4 Annual Audit.................................................... 28
  4.20 Retail Shops and Concessions........................................ 29
5. LIENS................................................................... 29
  5.1 Exceptions........................................................... 29
6. MANAGEMENT FEE, REIMBURSEMENTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND OTHER PAYMENTS BY
   KAR..................................................................... 30
  6.1 Management Fee....................................................... 30
  6.2 Disbursements........................................................ 30
  6.3 Adjustment to Bank Account........................................... 30
  6.4 Payment of Fees and SHINGLE SPRINGS Disbursement..................... 30
  6.5 Minimum Guaranteed Monthly Payment................................... 31
  6.6 Payment of Net Revenues.............................................. 31
7. TRADE NAMES, TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS.............................. 31
  7.1 Enterprise Name...................................................... 31
  7.2 System Marks......................................................... 31
  7.3 Litigation Involving System Marks.................................... 32
8. TAXES................................................................... 32
  8.1 State and Local Taxes................................................ 33
  8.2 SHINGLE SPRINGS Taxes................................................ 33
    8.2.1 Termination by KAR............................................... 33
  8.3 Compliance with Internal Revenue Code................................ 33
9. GENERAL PROVISIONS...................................................... 33
  9.1 Sites of the Contracts............................................... 33
  9.2 Notice............................................................... 34
  9.3 Authority to Execute and Perform Agreement........................... 34

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  9.4  Relationship..........................................................34
  9.5  KAR's Contractual Authority...........................................34
  9.6  Further Actions.......................................................35
  9.7  Defense...............................................................35
  9.8  Waivers...............................................................35
  9.9  Captions..............................................................35
  9.10  Severability.........................................................36
  9.11  Interest.............................................................36
  9.12  Recoupment and Reimbursement.........................................36
  9.13  Travel and Out-of-Pocket Expenses....................................36
  9.14  Third Party Beneficiary..............................................36
  9.15  Brokerage............................................................36
  9.16  Survival of Covenants................................................37
  9.17  Estoppel Certificate.................................................37
  9.18  Periods of Time......................................................37
  9.19  Exhibits.............................................................37
  9.20  Successors, Assigns, and Subcontracting..............................37
  9.21  Time is of the Essence...............................................38
  9.22  Patron Dispute Resolution............................................38
  9.23  Modification.........................................................38
10. WARRANTIES...............................................................38
  10.1  Non-Interference in SHINGLE SPRINGS Affairs..........................38
  10.2  Prohibition of Payments to Members of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government.....38
  10.3  Prohibition of Hiring Members of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government..........39
  10.4  Prohibition of Financial Interest in Enterprise......................39
  10.5  Definitions..........................................................39
  10.6  SHINGLE SPRINGS......................................................39
11. GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION..................................................39
  11.1  Voluntary Termination and Termination for Cause......................39
  11.2  Voluntary Termination................................................39
  11.3  Termination for Cause................................................39
  11.4  Involuntary Termination Due to Changes in Legal Requirements.........41
  11.5  KAR's right to Terminate Agreement...................................41
  11.6  SHINGLE SPRINGS's Right to Terminate Agreement.......................42
  11.7  Consequences of KAR's Breach.........................................42
  11.8  Consequences of SHINGLE SPRINGS's Breach.............................43
  11.9  Notice and Opportunity to Cure.......................................43
12. CONCLUSION OF THE MANAGEMENT TERM........................................44
  12.1  Transition...........................................................44
  12.2  Undistributed Net Revenues...........................................44
13. CONSENTS AND APPROVALS...................................................44
  13.1  SHINGLE SPRINGS......................................................44
  13.2  KAR..................................................................44
14. DISCLOSURES..............................................................44
  14.1  Shareholders and Directors...........................................44
  14.2  Warranties...........................................................45
  14.3  Criminal and Credit Investigation....................................45
  14.4  Disclosure Amendments................................................46
  14.5  Breach of KAR's Warranties and Agreements............................46
15. RECORDATION..............................................................46
16. NO PRESENT LIEN, LEASE OR JOINT VENTURE..................................46
17. DISPUTE RESOLUTION.......................................................46
  17.1 General...............................................................47
  17.2 Arbitration...........................................................47


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     17.2.1    Initiation of Arbitration and Selection of Arbitrators.......47
       (i)     Choice of Law................................................48
       (ii)    Place of Hearing.............................................48
       (iii)   Confidentiality..............................................48
  17.3 Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity.................................48
       (i)     Time Period..................................................48
       (ii)    Limitations of Actions.......................................48
               (a) Damages..................................................48
               (b) Consents and Approvals...................................49
               (c) Injunctive Relieve and Specific Performance..............49
               (d) Action to Compel Arbitration.............................49
               (e) Service of Process.......................................49
               (f) Enforcement..............................................49
               (g) Limitation Upon Enforcement..............................49
  17.4 Performance During Disputes..........................................50
18. CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION................................50
  18.1 Confidential Information.............................................50
19. ENTIRE AGREEMENT........................................................51
20. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS CLAUSE...............................................51
21. PREPARATION OF AGREEMENT................................................51
22. STANDARD OF REASONABLENESS..............................................51
23. EXECUTION...............................................................51

EXHIBIT A: DISPUTE RESOLUTION BETWEEN KAR AND ENTERPRISES EMPLOYEES ........52

EXHIBIT B: KEY EMPLOYEE JOB CATEGORIES......................................53

EXHIBIT C: ENTERPRISE INVESTMENT POLICY.....................................54

STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT POLICY FOR THE SHINGLE SPRINGS GAMING ENTERPRISE(...55

I.   INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES..................................................55
II.  INVESTMENT RESPONSIBILITY..............................................55
III. INVESTMENT GUIDELINES..................................................55
IV.  INVESTMENT REVIEW......................................................55
EXHIBIT "A" OF EXHIBIT C: PERMITTED INVESTMENTS.............................56

EXHIBIT D: SHINGLE SPRINGS IRREVOCABLE BANKING INSTRUCTIONS.................58

EXHIBIT E: SHINGLE SPRINGS INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS...........................60

1.01 COVERAGE...............................................................60
  1.01.1  Required Insurance................................................60
  1.01.2  Responsibility to Maintain........................................62
  1.01.3  Changes in Coverage...............................................62
  1.01.4  Requirements......................................................62
1.02 POLICIES AND ENDORSEMENTS..............................................62
  1.02.1  Policies..........................................................62
  1.02.2  Endorsement.......................................................63
  1.02.3  Additional Insured................................................63
1.03 WAIVER OF LIABILITY - FIRE & CASUALTY INSURANCE........................63

EXHIBIT F: KAR'S OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.....................................65

EXHIBIT G: KAR'S SHAREHOLDERS...............................................66

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                         MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT

THIS MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT has been entered into as of June 11, 1999, by and
between the SHINGLE SPRINGS BAND OF MIWOK INDIANS ("SHINGLE SPRINGS"), and KEAN
ARGOVITZ RESORTS-SHINGLE SPRINGS, L.L.C., a Nevada limited liability company
("KAR"), for the operation of a gaming facility in the State of California.

1.   RECITALS.

     1.1  SHINGLE SPRINGS is a federally recognized Indian Tribe.

     1.2  The United States holds land in trust for the benefit of SHINGLE
     SPRINGS, (the "Property") on selection of KAR as the intended operator of
     the Facility.

     1.3  SHINGLE SPRINGS possesses sovereign powers over the SHINGLE SPRING's
     existing property held in trust by the United States pursuant to SHINGLE
     SPRING's recognized powers of self-government.

     1.4  SHINGLE SPRINGS desires to use the Facility to improve the economic
     conditions of its members, to enable it to serve the social, economic,
     educational and health needs of SHINGLE SPRINGS, to increase the revenues
     of SHINGLE SPRINGS and to enhance SHINGLE SPRING's economic
     self-sufficiency and self-determination.

     1.5  SHINGLE SPRINGS wishes to establish an Enterprise, as hereinafter
     defined, to conduct Class II and Class III Gaming as hereinafter defined on
     the Property. This Agreement sets forth the manner in which the Enterprise
     will be managed.

     1.6  KAR has agreed to certain terms and has represented to SHINGLE SPRINGS
     that it has capabilities to provide professional management, funds and
     financing necessary to develop and construct the Facility, as defined
     herein, and to commence the operation of the Enterprise.

     1.7  SHINGLE SPRINGS is seeking technical experience and expertise for the
     operation of the Enterprise and instruction for members of SHINGLE SPRINGS
     in the operation of the Enterprise. KAR is willing, and has represented to
     SHINGLE SPRINGS that it is able, to provide such expertise and instruction.

     1.8  SHINGLE SPRINGS desires to grant KAR the exclusive right and
     obligation to develop, manage, operate and maintain the Enterprise as
     described in this Agreement and to train SHINGLE SPRINGS members and KAR
     wishes to perform these functions exclusively for SHINGLE SPRINGS.

     1.9  This Agreement is entered into pursuant to the Indian Gaming
     Regulatory Act of

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     1988, PL 100-497, 25 U.S.C. 2701 et seq. ("IGRA") as that statue may be
     amended. All gaming conducted at the Facility will at all times comply
     with the IGRA, applicable law and the SHINGLE SPRINGS-state compact entered
     into pursuant to the terms of IGRA.

2.  DEFINITIONS. As they are used in this Agreement, the terms listed below
shall have the meaning assigned to them in this Section:

     "AFFILIATE" means as to KAR any corporation, partnership, limited liability
     company, joint venture, trust, department or agency or individual
     controlled by, under common control with, or which controls, directly or
     indirectly KAR.

     "BANK ACCOUNTS" shall mean those bank accounts described in Section 4.17.

     "BIA" shall mean the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the Department of the
     Interior of the United States of America.

     "BUSINESS" shall have the same meaning as the term "Enterprise."

     "CAPITAL BUDGET" shall mean the capital budget described in Section 4.10.

     "CAPITAL REPLACEMENT(S)" shall mean any alteration or rebuilding or
     renovation of the Facility, and any replacement of Furnishings and
     Equipment, the cost of which is capitalized and depreciated, rather than
     being expensed, applying generally accepted accounting principles.

     "CAPITAL REPLACEMENT RESERVE" shall mean the reserve described in Section
     4.12.

     "CENTRALIZED SERVICES" shall mean those services related to the
     development, construction and management of the Enterprise which are
     approved by the Tribal Council and which may be purchased from or
     provided by KAR or its Affiliates in Houston, Texas or at locations other
     than the Facility.

     "CLASS II GAMING" shall mean Class II Gaming as defined in the IGRA.

     "CLASS III GAMING" shall mean Class III Gaming as defined in the IGRA.

     "COLLATERAL AGREEMENTS" shall mean any agreements defined to be collateral
     agreements by the phrase found at 25 U.S.C. Section 2711 (a)(3) and
     regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.

     "COMMENCEMENT DATE" shall mean the first date that the Facility is
     complete, open to the public and that Gaming is conducted in the Facility
     pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.

     "COMPACT" shall mean SHINGLE SPRINGS-State Compact which SHINGLE

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SPRINGS intends to negotiate and execute with the State regarding Class III
Gaming, if and when executed between SHINGLE SPRINGS and the State and approved
pursuant to the IGRA; as the same may, from time to time, be amended, or such
other compact that may be substituted therefor.

"COMPENSATION" shall mean the direct salaries and wages paid to, or accrued for
the benefit of, any employee, including incentive compensation, together with
all fringe benefits payable to or accrued for the benefit of such executive or
other employee, including employer's contribution under F.I.C.A., unemployment
compensation or other employment taxes, pension fund contributions, workers'
compensation, group life, accident and health insurance premiums and costs, and
profit sharing, severance, retirement, disability, housing relocation, housing
and other similar benefits.

"COMPLETION DATE" shall mean the date upon which KAR receives:

          (i)   an architect's certificate from the Architect identified in the
          Development Agreement or Architect of Record as having responsibility
          for the design, supervision and responsibility for the construction,
          equipping and furnishing of the Facility, certifying that the Facility
          has been fully constructed substantially in accordance with the Plans
          and Specifications;

          (ii)  certification from KAR (or the division, department or designee
          of KAR having responsibility to assure compliance with any
          operational standards) stating that the Facility, as completed, is
          in substantial compliance with any such standards;

          (iii) a permanent or temporary certificate of occupancy, if required,
          from any government authority or authorities pursuant to whose
          jurisdiction the Facility is to be constructed, permitted the use
          and operation of all portion of the Facility in accordance with this
          Agreement; and

          (iv)  certificates of such professional designers, inspectors or
          consultants or opinions of counsel, as KAR may determine to be
          appropriate, verifying construction and furnishing of the Facility in
          compliance with all Legal Requirements.

"CONSTITUTION" shall mean the Constitution of SHINGLE SPRINGS Band of Miwok
Indians.

"DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT" shall mean that certain agreement, of even date
herewith, by and between KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS, providing the terms under
which KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS will work exclusively together to develop certain
SHINGLE SPRINGS Commercial and Gaming Development and KAR will advance certain

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specified loans to SHINGLE SPRINGS and will cause to be financed and develop
the Facility, including without limitation, design, construction, furnishing
and equipping same.

"DEPOSITORY ACCOUNT" shall mean the bank account described in Section 4.17.2.

"DISBURSEMENT ACCOUNT" shall mean the bank account described in Section 4.17.3.

"EFFECTIVE DATE" shall mean the date five days following the date on which all
of the following listed conditions are satisfied:

     (i)      written approval, as required by law, of this Agreement and the
     Development Agreement, is granted by the Chairperson of the NIGC;

     (ii)     written approval, as required by law, of the Loan Agreement, the
     Security and Reimbursement Agreement, the Note, and the Interim Promissory
     Note is granted by the Chairperson of the NIGC and/or the BIA, if required;

     (iii)    written approval, as required by law, of a SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming
     Ordinance and of any other ordinances adopted by SHINGLE SPRINGS relative
     to any of the documents referenced in this Agreement is granted by the
     Chairperson of the NIGC or the BIA;

     (iv)     written confirmation that SHINGLE SPRINGS, the State (to the
     extent required by the Compact), and the NIGC have approved background
     investigations of KAR;

     (v)      KAR has received a certified copy of SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming
     Ordinance and SHINGLE SPRINGS Resolutions adopted by SHINGLE SPRINGS in
     accordance with SHINGLE SPRINGS's governing documents authorizing the
     execution of the Management Agreement, Loan Agreement, Note, Interim
     Promissory Note, Security and Reimbursement Agreement, and the Development
     Agreement;

     (vi)     KAR has satisfied itself as to the proper ownership and control of
     the Property and its suitability for construction and operation of the
     Facility, and that all of the Legal Requirements and other requirements for
     lawful conduct and operation of the Enterprise in accordance with this
     Agreement have been met and satisfied;

     (vii)    for purposes of Class III gaming, the Compact has been signed by
     the Secretary of Interior and published in the Federal Register as
     provided in 25 U.S.C. Section 2710(d)(8)(D);


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     (viii)    the satisfactory completion of all necessary and applicable
     feasibility studies required for the development, construction and
     operation of the Enterprise;

     (ix) receipt by KAR of all applicable licenses for or related to
     development, construction or management of the Enterprise; and

     (x)  receipt by KAR of SHINGLE SPRING's written approval of the Plans and
     Specifications for the Facility.

"EMERGENCY CONDITION" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.12.

"EMPLOYEES" shall mean those employees working for the Enterprise who are not
KAR Employees.



"ENTERPRISE" shall mean the enterprise of SHINGLE SPRINGS created to engage in
Class II and Class III Gaming at the Facility, and which shall include any
other lawful commercial activity allowed in the Facility including, but not
limited to the operation of a hotel, RV Park, retail stores, restaurants,
entertainment facilities, or the sale of food, beverages, alcohol, tobacco,
gifts and souvenirs.

"ENTERPRISE BANK ACCOUNTS" shall mean those accounts described in Section
4.17.1.

"ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEE" shall mean all KAR Employees and SHINGLE SPRINGS
Employees who are assigned to work at the Facility.

"ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEE POLICIES" shall mean those employee policies described in
Section 4.6.2.

"FACILITY" shall mean all buildings, structures, and improvements located on
the Property and comprising part of the Enterprise and all fixtures, Furnishing
and Equipment attached to, forming a part of, or necessary for the operation of
the Enterprise.

"FACILITY BANK" shall mean the amount of cash, chips, tokens and plaques that
KAR from time to time determines necessary to have at the Facility daily to meet
its cash needs.

"FISCAL YEAR" shall mean the fiscal year of KAR.

"FURNISHINGS AND EQUIPMENT" shall mean all fixtures, furnishings and equipment
(excepting "Operating Equipment" as hereinafter defined) required for the
operation of the Enterprise in accordance with the standards set forth in this
Agreement, including, without limitation:

     (i)  cashier, money sorting and money counting equipment,


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     surveillance and communication equipment, and security equipment;

    (ii)    slot machines, video games of chance, table games, keno equipment
    and other gaming equipment;

    (iii)   office furnishings and equipment;

    (iv)    specialized equipment necessary for the operation of any portion of
    the Enterprise for accessory purposes, including equipment for kitchens,
    laundries, dry cleaning, cocktail lounges, restaurants, public rooms,
    commercial and parking spaces, and recreational facilities; and

    (v)     all other furnishings and equipment hereafter located and installed
    in or about the Facility which are used in the operation of the Enterprise
    in accordance with the standards set forth in this Agreement.


"GAMING" shall mean any and all activities defined in the IGRA as Class II and
Class III Gaming.

"GENERAL MANAGER" shall mean the person employed by the Enterprise to direct
the operation of the Enterprise.

"GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES" or "GAAP" shall mean those
principles defined by the Financial Accounting Standards Board.

"GROSS GAMING REVENUE (WIN)" shall mean the net win from gaming activities
which is the difference between Gaming wins and losses before deducting costs
and expenses.

"GROSS REVENUES" shall mean all revenues of any nature derived directly or
indirectly from the Enterprise including, without limitation, Gross Gaming
Revenue (Win), food and beverage sales and other rental or other receipts from
lessees, subleases, licensees and concessionaires (but not the gross receipts of
such lessees, subleases, licensees or concessionaires, provided that such
lessees, subleases, and licensees and concessionaires are not subsidiaries or
Affiliates of KAR), and revenue recorded for Promotional Allowances.

"IGRA" shall mean the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, PL 100-497, 25
U.S.C. Section 2701 et seq. as same may, from time to time, be amended.

"INTERIM PROMISSORY NOTE" shall have the meaning described for one or more
promissory notes to be executed by SHINGLE SPRINGS in favor of KAR pursuant to
the Development Agreement and Management Agreement which shall include but not
be limited to signing advance, tribal consultant advances, monthly advances,
equity advances, land advances and any other funds advanced to or on behalf of
Shingle Springs.


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"INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS" shall mean the systems described in Section 4.16.

"SHINGLE SPRINGS GAMING ORDINANCE" shall mean the ordinance and any amendments
thereto to be enacted by SHINGLE SPRINGS, which authorizes and regulates
Class II and Class III Gaming on Indian lands subject to the governmental power
of SHINGLE SPRINGS.

"SHINGLE SPRINGS REGULATORY AUTHORITY" shall mean SHINGLE SPRINGS body created
pursuant to SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance to regulate the Class II and
Class III Gaming of SHINGLE SPRINGS in accordance with the Compact, the IGRA
and the SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance.

"SHINGLE SPRINGS RESOLUTIONS" shall have the meaning described in Section 3.9.

"KAR" shall mean Kean Argovitz Resorts-Shingle Springs, LLC and its affiliates.

"KEY EMPLOYEES" shall mean those employees of KAR who are working at the
Facility.

"LEGAL REQUIREMENTS" shall mean any and all present and future judicial,
administrative, and tribal rulings or decisions, and any and all present and
future federal, state, local, and tribal laws, ordinances, rules, regulations,
permits, licenses and certificates, in any way applicable to SHINGLE SPRINGS,
KAR, the Property, the Facility, and the Enterprise, including without
limitation, the IGRA, the Compact, and SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance.

"LENDER" shall mean the financial institution agreed upon by the parties to
provide the funding necessary to design, construct, and equip the Facility, and
provide start-up capital for the Enterprise.


"LOAN AGREEMENT" shall mean the loan agreement in a principal amount of up to
ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS ($100,000,000.00), to be entered into between
SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR or one of its Affiliates, or between SHINGLE SPRINGS
and the Lender, the proceeds of which are to be used exclusively for the
development, design, construction, furnishing and equipping of the Facility
and/or providing start-up and working capital for the Enterprise.

"MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT" shall mean this Agreement and may be referred to herein
as the "Agreement" or "Management Agreement."

"MANAGEMENT FEE" shall mean the management fee described in Section 6.1.

"MANAGING OFFICER" shall mean such person who KAR designates to serve as a
liaison between KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS.

"MANAGING BREACH" shall mean such material breach as described in Section 10.

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"MEMBER OF SHINGLE SPRINGS GOVERNMENT" shall have the meaning described in
Section 10.5.

"MINIMUM BALANCE" shall mean the amount described in Section 6.2, but not
defined.

"MINIMUM MONTHLY PRIORITY PAYMENT" shall mean that payment due SHINGLE SPRINGS
each month commencing in the month after the Commencement Date occurs in
accordance with 25 U.S.C. 2711 (b)(3) and Section 6.5 hereof.

"MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION PAYMENT" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.4

"NATIONAL INDIAN GAMING COMMISSION ("NIGC")" shall mean the commission
established pursuant to 25 U.S.C. Section 2704.

"NET REVENUES" shall mean the sum of "Net Revenues (gaming)" and "Net Revenues
(other)."

"NET REVENUES (GAMING)" shall mean Gross Gaming Revenue (Win), of the
Enterprise from Class II and Class III gaming less all gaming related Operating
Expenses, excluding the Management Fee, and less the retail value of any
promotional Allowances, and less the following revenues actually received by the
Enterprise and included in Gross Revenues:

     (i)      any gratuities or service charges added to a customer's bill;

     (ii)     any credits or refunds made to customers, guests or patrons;

     (iii)    any sums and credits received by the Enterprise for lost or
     damaged merchandise;

     (iv)     any sales taxes, excise taxes, gross receipt taxes, admission
     taxes, entertainment taxes, tourist taxes or charges received from patrons
     and paid to a governmental or quasi governmental entity;

     (v)      any proceeds from the sale or other disposition of furnishings and
     equipment or other capital assets;

     (vi)     any fire and extended coverage insurance proceeds other than for
     business interruption;

     (vii)    any condemnation awards other than for temporary condemnation;

     (viii)   any proceeds of financing or refinancing; and


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     (ix) any interest on bank accounts(s).

It is intended that this provision be consistent with 25 U.S.C. Section 2703
(9).

"NET REVENUES (OTHER)" shall mean all Gross Revenues of the Enterprise from all
other sources in support of Class II and Class III gaming not included in "Net
Revenues" (gaming), such as food and beverage, entertainment, and retail, less
all Operating Expenses, excluding the Management Fee and less the retail value
of Promotional Allowances, if any, and less the following revenues actually
received by the Enterprise and included in Gross Revenues:

     (i)  any gratuities or service charges added to a customer's bill;

     (ii) any credits or refunds made to customers, guests or patrons;

     (iii)  any sums and credits received by the Enterprise for lost or damaged
     merchandise;

     (iv) any sales taxes, excise taxes, gross receipt taxes, admission taxes,
     entertainment taxes, tourist taxes or charges received from patrons and
     passed on to a governmental or quasi governmental entity;

     (V)  any proceeds from the sale or other disposition of furnishings and
     equipment or other capital assets;

     (vi) any fire and extended coverage insurance proceeds other than for
     business interruption;

     (vii)  any condemnation awards other than for temporary condemnation;

     (viii)  any proceeds of financing or refinancing; and

     (ix) any interest on bank accounts(s).

It is intended that this provision be consistent with 25 U.S.C. Section 2703
(9).

"NOTE" shall mean the promissory note to be executed by SHINGLE SPRINGS
pursuant to the Loan Agreement, which shall evidence a loan to SHINGLE SPRINGS,
in an amount up to ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS ($100,000,000.00), from either
the Lender or KAR.

"OFF-SITE EMPLOYEES" shall mean such employees of KAR or KAR's Affiliates who
are not located at the Facility but who are used by KAR to provide services to
the Enterprise as described in Section 4.6.4 and 4.7.

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"OPERATING BUDGET AND ANNUAL PLAN" shall mean the operating budget and plan
described in Section 4.9.

"OPERATING EQUIPMENT" shall mean all equipment required for the operation of a
casino, including accessory gaming table equipment, chinaware, glassware,
linens, silverware, utensils, uniforms, and all other similar items.

"OPERATING EXPENSES" shall mean all expenses of the operation of the
Enterprise, pursuant to GAAP, including but not limited to the following:

          (i)       the payment of (i) salaries, wages, and benefit programs for
                    Enterprise Employees; (ii) salaries, wages, and benefit
                    programs for Off-Site Employees to the extent approved by
                    the Tribal Council; and (iii) the cost of Centralized
                    Services to the extent approved by the Tribal Council.

          (ii)      Operating Supplies for the Enterprise;

          (iii)     utilities;

          (iv)      repairs and maintenance of the Facility (excluding Capital
                    Replacements);

          (v)       interest on the Note;

          (vi)      interest on installment contract purchases or other interest
                    charges on debt approved by the Tribal Council;

          (vii)     insurance and bonding;

          (viii)    advertising and marketing, including busing and
                    transportation of patrons to the Facility;

          (ix)      accounting, legal and other professional fees;

          (x)       security costs;

          (xi)      reasonable travel expenses for officers and employees of the
                    Enterprise, KAR or its Affiliates, to inspect and oversee
                    the Enterprise, subject to the budget agreed upon by the
                    Tribal Council;

          (xii)     lease payments for Furnishings and Equipment and Operating
                    Equipment to the extent approved by the Tribal Council;

          (xiii)    trash removal;

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          (xiv)   cost of goods sold;

          (xv)    other expenses designated as Operating Expenses in accordance
          with the accounting standards as referred to in Section 4.19.3;

          (xvi)   expenses specifically designated as Operating Expenses in this
          Agreement;

          (xvii)  depreciation and amortization of the Facility based on an
          assumed thirty (30) year life, and depreciation and amortization of
          all other assets in accordance with GAAP;

          (xviii) recruiting and training expenses;

          (xix)   fees due to the NIGC under the IGRA;

          (xx)    any required payments to the State or local governments made
          by or on behalf of the Enterprise or SHINGLE SPRINGS pursuant to the
          Compact or another related agreement;

          (xxi)   any budgeted charitable contributions by the Enterprise which
          are approved by the Tribal Council; and

          (xxii)  Pre-Opening Expenses shall be capitalized and treated as an
          expense during the first year after opening.

"OPERATING SUPPLIES" shall mean food and beverages (alcoholic and nonalcoholic)
and other consumable items used in the operation of a casino, such as playing
cards, tokens, chips, plaques, dice, fuel, soap, cleaning materials, matches,
paper goods, stationery and all other similar items.

"PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS" shall mean the final Plans and Specifications
approved for the Facility as described in the Development Agreement.

"PRE-OPENING BUDGET" shall have the meaning described in Section 4.8.

"PRE-OPENING EXPENSES" shall have the meaning described in Section 4.8.

"PROMOTIONAL ALLOWANCES" shall mean the retail value of complimentary food,
beverages, merchandise, and tokens for gaming, provided to patrons as
promotional items.

"PROPERTY" shall mean any parcel of land in California identified and mutually
acknowledged in a writing executed by SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR as suitable for
development of the Facility and operation of the Enterprise which meets the
requirements

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         of United States of America in trust for SHINGLE SPRINGS for gaming
         purposes as required by the IGRA.


        "RELATIVE" shall have the meaning described in Section 10.5.

         "SECURITY AND REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT" shall mean that agreement to be
         entered into between KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS which shall set out the
         security interest of KAR and reimbursement obligation of SHINGLE
         SPRINGS relating to the Loan and the Interim Promissory Note.

        "STATE" shall refer to the State of California.

        "SYSTEM MARKS" shall mean the marks of KAR described in Section 7.2

         "SYSTEM FEES" shall mean those fees from time to time established for
         KAR Services, as described in Section 4.7.1.

         "TEMPORARY GAMING FACILITY" shall mean a Class II and Class III Gaming
         facility which, if deemed feasible by KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS in the
         manner described in this and the Development Agreement may be
         constructed on an accelerated basis concurrently with the construction
         of the permanent Gaming Facility with a goal of opening within the
         first 90 to 120 days after the Effective Date. If the parties agree
         that it is economically feasible, said facility may also offer Class II
         gaming.



        "TERM" shall mean the term of this Agreement as described in
         Section 3.2.

         "TRIBAL LANDS" means all lands presently and in the future held in
         trust for SHINGLE SPRINGS and all lands within the confines of the
         Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Rancheria and to such lands as
         may thereafter be added thereto.

3.       COVENANTS.  In consideration of the mutual covenants contained in this
Agreement, the parties agree and covenant as follows:

         3.1  ENGAGEMENT OF KAR. SINGLE SPRINGS invited KAR to submit a written
         proposal and SHINGLE SPRINGS after due consideration hereby retains and
         engages KAR as the exclusive Manager of the Enterprise pursuant to the
         terms and conditions of this Agreement, and KAR hereby accepts such
         retention and engagement, subject to receipt of all necessary
         regulatory written approvals.

         3.2  TERM. The term of this Agreement shall begin on the date this
         Agreement, the Development Agreement and the Interim Promissory Note
         and Security and Reimbursement Agreement are approved by the
         Chairperson of the NIGC, and/or the BIA, if required, and continue for
         a period of five (5) years after the Commencement Date. However, this
         five (5) year term shall not be construed to include the period of time
         any Temporary Facility may be open. Provided further that the five (5)
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Agreement may be extended for an additional two (2) year period at the option of
the KAR in the event KAR completes any of the following: (A) is successful in
providing additional land to SHINGLE SPRINGS in excess of Four Million Two
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,200,000), (B) develops a gaming facility and resort
with a cost in excess of One Hundred Million Dollars $100,000,000.00, or (C)
completes the projects described in the Development Agreement to wit:

-    120,000 square feet of building space.
-    3,000 compacted gaming devices and 40 table games (assuming allowed by
     Compact).
-    Parking garage and flat parking totaling 1,500 spaces.
-    Specialty restaurant.
-    Food buffet restaurant.
-    24 hour coffee shop.
-    Snack bar.
-    Retail area.
-    Multi-purpose entertainment, bingo, and convention facility.
-    Meeting rooms.
-    Child care facility.
-    Video arcade facility.
-    Administrative offices.
-    Regulatory authority offices.
-    300 Room hotel with indoor pool & fitness facility.
-    RV Park.
-    Convenience Store/Gas Station.

     The parties understand that market, compact or other governmental
conditions may change and it may be necessary to expand or decrease the scope
of the project before construction is commenced.

3.3  STATUS OF PROPERTY. SHINGLE SPRINGS represents that it will, in accordance
with the terms of the Development Agreement, before the Effective Date and
throughout the Term, and will maintain Property as land held in trust by the
United States of America for the benefit of SHINGLE SPRINGS, eligible as a
location upon which Class II and III Gaming can occur. SHINGLE SPRINGS
covenants, during the term hereof that KAR shall and may peaceably have complete
access to and presence in the Facility in accordance with the terms of this
Agreement, free from molestation, eviction and disturbance by SHINGLE SPRINGS
or by any other person or entity. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall, at SHINGLE SPRINGS
expense, undertake and prosecute all actions, judicial or otherwise, required
to assure such access and presence by KAR.

3.4  KAR COMPLIANCE WITH LAW; LICENSES. KAR covenants that it will at all times
comply with all Legal Requirements, including SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance,
the IGRA, the Compact, California statutes, to the extent applicable, and any
licenses issued under any of the foregoing. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not
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withhold, delay, withdraw, qualify or condition such licenses as SHINGLE
SPRINGS is authorized to grant.

3.5  AMENDMENTS TO SHINGLE SPRINGS GAMING ORDINANCE. SHINGLE SPRINGS covenants
that any amendments made to SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance will be a
legitimate effort to ensure that Gaming is conducted in a manner that adequately
protects the environment, the public health and safety, and the integrity of the
Enterprise.

Any amendments to SHINGLE SPRING'S Gaming Ordinance which materially and
adversely affects the rights of KAR pursuant to this Agreement which are not in
compliance with this covenant or applicable federal law shall be void ad initio
as to their application to KAR.

3.6 COMPLIANCE WITH COMPACT. The parties shall at all times comply with the
provisions of the Compact.

3.7 FIRE AND SAFETY. KAR shall ensure that the Facility shall be constructed
and maintained in compliance with the Compact or at the option of KAR and
SHINGLE SPRINGS, as mutually agreed, with all fire and safety statutes,
ordinances, and regulations which would be applicable if the Facility were
located outside of the jurisdiction of SHINGLE SPRINGS although those
requirements would not otherwise apply within that jurisdiction. Nothing in
this Section shall grant any jurisdiction to the State of California or any
political subdivision thereof over the Property or the Facility, KAR and
SHINGLE SPRINGS shall be jointly responsible for arranging fire protection and
police services for the Facility.

3.8 COMPLIANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT POLICY ACT. With the assistance of
KAR SHINGLE SPRINGS shall supply the NIGC with all information necessary for
the NIGC to comply with the National Environmental Protection Act and the
regulations of the NIGC issued pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act
(NEPA).

3.9 SATISFACTION OF EFFECTIVE DATE REQUIREMENTS. KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS each
agree to cooperate and to use their best efforts to satisfy all of the
conditions of the Effective Date at the earliest possible date. SHINGLE SPRINGS
shall adopt a resolution (the "SHINGLE SPRINGS Resolution") reciting that is the
governing law of SHINGLE SPRINGS that the Management Agreement, Loan Agreement,
Note, Interim Promissory Note, Security and Reimbursement Agreement, Development
and the exhibited documents attached thereto are the legal and binding
obligations of SHINGLE SPRINGS, valid and enforceable in accordance with their
terms. KAR agrees to memorialize the satisfaction of each of the following
requirements as well as the Effective Date in writings signed by KAR and
delivered to SHINGLE SPRINGS and to the Chairperson of the NIGC: (i) KAR has
satisfied itself as to the proper ownership and control of the Property and its
suitability for construction and operation of the Facility, and that all of the
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     operation of the Enterprise in accordance with this Agreement have been met
     and satisfied; and (ii) the satisfactory completion of all necessary and
     applicable feasibility studies required for the development, construction
     and operation of the Enterprise.

     3.10 COMMENCE DATE.  KAR shall memorialize the Commencement Date in writing
     signed by KAR and delivered to SHINGLE SPRINGS and to the Chairperson of
     the NIGC.

4.   BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS IN CONNECTION WITH ENTERPRISE.

     4.1  KAR's AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY.  KAR shall conduct and direct all
     business and affairs in connection with the day to day operation,
     management and maintenance of the Enterprise and the Facility, including
     the establishment of operating days and hours. KAR is hereby granted the
     necessary power and authority to act, through KAR, in order to fulfill all
     of its responsibilities under this Agreement. Nothing herein grants or is
     intended to grant KAR a titled interest to the Facility or to the
     Enterprise. KAR hereby accepts such retention and engagement. SHINGLE
     SPRINGS shall have the sole proprietary interest in and ultimate
     responsibility for the conduct of all Gaming conducted by the Enterprise,
     subject to the rights and responsibilities of KAR under the Agreement.

     4.2  DUTIES OF KAR.  Under this Agreement, KAR's duties shall include,
     without limitation, the following:

          4.2.1  PHYSICAL DUTIES.  KAR shall use reasonable measures for the
          orderly physical administration, management, and operation of the
          Enterprise and the Facility, including without limitation cleaning,
          painting, decorating, plumbing, carpeting, grounds care and such other
          maintenance and repair work as is reasonably necessary.

          4.2.2  COMPLIANCE.  KAR shall comply with all duly enacted statutes,
          regulations and ordinances of SHINGLE SPRINGS.

          4.2.3  REQUIRED FILINGS.  KAR shall comply with all applicable
          provisions of the Internal Revenue Code including, but not limited to,
          the prompt filing of any cash transaction reports and the reports that
          may be required by the Internal Revenue Service of the United States
          or under the Compact.

          4.2.4  CONTRACTS IN SHINGLE SPRINGS'S NAME AND AT ARM'S LENGTH.
          Contracts for the operations of the Enterprise shall be entered into
          in the name of SHINGLE SPRINGS, doing business as the Enterprise, and
          signed by the General Manager. Any combination of contract requiring
          an expenditure in any year in excess of $500,000 over the budget shall
          be approved by the Tribal Council. No contracts of any amount, for the
          supply of goods or services to the Enterprise shall be entered into
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     approved by the Tribal Council, and the contract terms are no less
     favorable for the Enterprise than could be obtained from a nonaffiliated
     contractor. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein,
     contracts for the supply of any goods or services paid for entirely by KAR
     may be provided by an Affiliate of the KAR, provided that payments on such
     contracts shall not constitute Operating Expenses and shall be the sole
     responsibility of KAR and the Tribal Council shall be notified of any such
     contracts. Nothing contained in this Section 4.2.4 shall be deemed to be
     or constitute a waiver of SHINGLE SPRINGS's sovereign immunity. The General
     Manger shall not have the authority to waive Shingle Springs sovereign
     immunity.

     4.2.5  ENTERPRISE OPERATING STANDARDS. KAR shall operate the Enterprise in
     a proper, efficient and competitive manner in accordance with operating
     standards which are consistent with the operating standards of the casino
     resort industry.

4.3  SECURITY. KAR shall provide for appropriate security of the operation of
the Enterprise. All aspects of the Facility security shall be the
responsibility of KAR. Any security officer shall be bonded and insured in an
amount commensurate with his or her enforcement duties and obligations. The
cost of any charge for security and increased public safety services will be an
Operating Expense. All resources of the surveillance department shall be fully
accessible to the Shingle Springs Gaming Commission at all times. The
Commission shall have the authority to require that department to cooperate in
all investigations, to turn over any and all video and audio recordings, to
turn over any operations logs, and any other documentation kept in the normal
course of business by that department, and to visually monitor any facet of the
gaming operations.

4.4  DAMAGE, CONDEMNATION OR IMPOSSIBILITY OF THE ENTERPRISE. If, during the
term of this Agreement, the Facility is damaged or destroyed by fire, war, or
other casualty, or by an Act of God, or is taken by condemnation or sold under
the threat of condemnation, or if Gaming on the Property is prohibited as a
result of a decision of a court of competent jurisdiction or by operation of any
applicable legislation, KAR shall have the following options:

     4.4.1  RECOMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS. If Gaming on the Property is
     prohibited by Legal Requirements, KAR shall have the option to continue its
     interest in this Agreement and to commence or recommence the operation of
     Gaming at the Facility if, at some point during the Term of this Agreement,
     such commencement or recommencement shall be legally and commercially
     feasible in the sole judgement of KAR.

     4.4.2  REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. If the Facility is damaged, destroyed or
     condemned so that Gaming can no longer be conducted at the Facility, the
     Facility shall be reconstructed if the insurance or condemnation proceeds
     are sufficient to restore or replace the Facility to a condition at least
     comparable to that before the casualty occurred. If KAR elects to
     reconstruct the Facility and if the insurance

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proceeds or condemnation awards are insufficient to reconstruct the Facility to
such condition, KAR may, in its sole discretion, advance such additional funds
as are necessary to reconstruct the Facility to such condition and such fund
shall, with the prior consent of SHINGLE SPRINGS and the BIA or NIGC, as
appropriate, constitute a loan to SHINGLE SPRINGS, secured by the revenues from
the Enterprise and repayable upon such terms as may be agreed upon by SHINGLE
SPRINGS and KAR. SHINGLE SPRINGS may also elect to advance funds or borrow funds
from a third party to reconstruct the Facility and such funds shall constitute a
loan to the Enterprise repayable as an operating expense upon such terms as may
be agreed upon by SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR. The loan provided for herein shall
not be subject to the ceiling set forth in the Development Agreement. If the
insurance proceeds are not sufficient and are not used to repair the Facility,
SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR shall jointly adjust and settle any and all claims for
such insurance proceeds or condemnation awards, and such proceeds or award shall
be applied first, to the amounts due under the Note or Security and
Reimbursement Agreement (including principal and interest); second, any other
loans; third, any undistributed Net Revenues pursuant to Section 6 of this
Agreement, and fourth, any surplus shall be distributed to SHINGLE SPRINGS.

4.4.3     OTHER BUSINESS PURPOSES. KAR shall have the option to use the
Facility for other purposes provided the Tribal Council has approved such
purposes (which written approval shall not be unreasonably withheld). For any
purpose other than Gaming, KAR shall obtain all written approvals necessary
under applicable law.

4.4.4     TERMINATION OF GAMING. KAR shall have the option at any time within a
sixty (60) day period following the cessation of Gaming on the Property to
notify SHINGLE SPRINGS in writing that it is terminating operations under this
Agreement, in which case KAR shall retain any rights KAR may have to
undistributed Net Revenues pursuant to Section 6 prior to the date of
termination of this Agreement and rights to repayments of amounts owed to it.
If KAR does not elect to terminate this Agreement, it may take whatever action
may be necessary to reduce expenses during such termination of Gaming.

4.4.5     TOLLING OF THE AGREEMENT. If, after a period of cessation of Gaming
on the Property, the recommencement of Gaming is possible, and if KAR has not
terminated this Agreement under the provisions of Section 4.4.4, the period of
such cessation shall not be deemed to have been part of the term of this
Agreement and the date of expiration of the term of this Agreement shall be
extended by the number of days of such cessation. Any reasonable payments
agreed upon by the Tribal Council or made to any third party to eliminate
rights acquired in the Property, the Facility or the Business during the period
of cessation or to eliminate or cure the problems which caused the cessation of
Gaming shall constitute Operating Expenses of the Business.

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4.5  ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO SALES. During the term of this Agreement
alcoholic beverages may be served at the Facility if permissible in accordance
with applicable law. The parties acknowledge that no enabling SHINGLE SPRINGS
legislation for the sale of alcoholic beverages is now in force, and that such
legislation would be necessary in order to serve alcoholic beverages at the
Facility. If such legislation is subsequently enacted, and if other requisite
written approvals are obtained, SHINGLE SPRINGS and a KAR may mutually agree to
include service of such beverages within the Enterprise. Tobacco may be sold at
the Facility subject to and in accordance with SHINGLE SPRINGS's licensing
requirements, if any.

4.6  EMPLOYEES.

     4.6.1 KAR'S RESPONSIBILITY. Except as limited by Section 4.6.3 or other
     specific provisions of this Agreement, the KAR shall have, subject to the
     terms of this Agreement, the exclusive responsibility and authority to
     direct the selection, control and discharge of all employees performing
     regular services for the Enterprise in connection with maintenance,
     operation, and management of the Enterprise and the Facility and any
     activity upon the Property; and the sole responsibility for determining
     whether a prospective employee is qualified and the appropriate level of
     compensation to be paid, subject to the requirement of Section 4.6.7.

     4.6.2 ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEE POLICIES. KAR shall prepare a draft of personnel
     policies and procedures (the "Enterprise Employee Policies"), including a
     job classification system with salary levels and scales, which policies and
     procedures shall be subject to written approval by the Tribal Council. The
     Enterprise Employee Policies shall include a grievance procedure in order
     to establish fair and uniform standards for the employees of SHINGLE
     SPRINGS engaged in the Enterprise, which will include procedures for the
     resolution of disputes between the KAR and the Enterprises as set forth in
     Exhibit A attached hereto. Any revisions to the Enterprise Employee
     Policies shall not be effective unless they are approved in the same manner
     as the original Enterprise Employee Policies. All such actions shall comply
     with applicable SHINGLE SPRINGS law.

     4.6.3 KEY EMPLOYEES. The selection of the General Manager following the
     recommendation by KAR shall be subject to the written approval of the
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Tribal Council or its authorized designee and approval
     shall not be unreasonably withheld. KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS expect that
     initially, in addition to this person, there will be a core group of
     employees working for the Enterprise, filling the positions set forth at
     Exhibit B (collectively, the "Key Employees"). The salaries and benefits of
     these Key Employees shall be subject to written approval by the Tribal
     Council and shall be an Operating Expense of the Enterprise. Nothing
     contained herein is intended to limit KAR's right to reasonably consolidate
     or eliminate any of these positions, or, subject to

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Section 4.6.9 and subject to the written approval of the Tribal Council, to
increase the number of Key Employees.

4.6.4 OFF-SITE EMPLOYEES. Subject to written approval of the Tribal Council,
KAR shall also have the right to use employees of KAR and KAR's Affiliates not
located at the Facility to provide services to the Enterprise ("Off-Site
Employees"). All expenses, costs (including, but not limited to, salaries and
benefits, but excluding pension, retirement, severance or similar benefits),
which are related to such Off-Site Employees shall be subject to the Operating
Budget approved by the Tribal Council, and shall be treated as Pre-Opening
Expenses or Operating Expenses as appropriate.

4.6.5 NO KAR WAGES OR SALARIES. Except as otherwise provided with respect to
Key Employees described in Section 4.6.3 and Off-Site Employees described in
Section 4.6.4, neither KAR nor KAR's Affiliates nor any of their officers,
directors, shareholders, or employees shall be compensated by wages from or
contract payments by the Enterprise for their efforts or for any work which
they perform under this Agreement, other than loan repayments, reimbursement
pursuant to the Security and Reimbursement Agreement and the Management Fee to
be paid to KAR under Section 6.1. Nothing in this subsection shall restrict the
ability of an employee of the Enterprise to purchase or hold stock in KAR, or
KAR's Affiliates where (i) such stock is publicly held, and (ii) such employee
acquires, on a cumulative basis, less than five percent (5%) of the outstanding
stock in the corporation.

4.6.6 SHINGLE SPRINGS REGULATORY AUTHORITY (COSTS). The funding of the
operation of SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority shall, prior to the
Commencement Date, be a start up expense of the Enterprise and thereafter shall
be an Operating Expense. The budget for the SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory
Authority shall be in an amount which reasonably reflects the cost of operating
of this Agency up to a maximum cost of one quarter of one percent (0.25%) of
Gross Gaming Revenue, but in no event shall this payment be less than $200,000
if Class III gaming is operated. Subject to the minimum and maximum amount
described above, payments of 25% of the SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority's
annual approved budget shall be payable to SHINGLE SPRINGS bank account
specified by the Tribal Council in a notice to KAR pursuant to the Notices
Section of this Agreement on January 21st, April 21st, July 21st and October
21st of each calendar year. Such payments shall not be combined with any other
payments to SHINGLE SPRINGS and said regulatory expense shall be an operating
expense.

4.6.7 EMPLOYEE BACKGROUND CHECKS. A background investigation shall be
consistent with the IGRA, the Compact and the Minimum Internal Controls
conducted by the SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority in compliance with all
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employment as soon as reasonably practicable.

No individual whose prior activities, criminal record, if any, or reputation,
habits and association are known to pose a threat to the public interest, the
effective regulation of Gaming, or to the gaming licenses of KAR or any or its
Affiliates, or to create or enhance the dangers of unsuitable, unfair or
illegal practices and methods and activities in the conduct of Gaming, shall
knowingly be employed by KAR.

The background investigation procedures employed by the SHINGLE SPRINGS
Regulatory Authority shall be formulated in consultation with KAR and shall
satisfy all regulatory requirements independently applicable to KAR. Any cost
associated with obtaining such background investigations shall constitute an
Operating Expense, provided, however, the costs of background investigations
relating to KAR, its Affiliates and the shareholders, officers and directors of
KAR or its Affiliates shall be borne solely by KAR, and shall not be treated as
part of the Loan or as Operating Expenses of the Enterprise.

4.6.8  INDIAN PREFERENCE, RECRUITING AND TRAINING.  KAR shall, during the term
of this Agreement, to the extent permitted by applicable law, including but not
limited to the Indian Civil Rights Act, 25 U.S.C. Section 1301 et. seq., give
preference in recruiting, training and employment to qualified Indians who
reside on or near the lands within the confines of the Shingle Springs Rancheria
and to such land as may hereafter be added thereto as provided in the
Constitution of SHINGLE SPRINGS in all job categories of the Enterprise. KAR
shall:

     (i)    conduct job fairs and skills assessment meetings for SHINGLE SPRINGS
     members;

     (ii)   in consultation with and subject to the written approval of SHINGLE
     SPRINGS, develop a management training program. This program shall be
     structured to provide appropriate training for those participating to
     assume full managerial control at the conclusion of the Term of this
     Agreement; and

     (iii)  train and hire, to the maximum extent permitted by law, members of
     the local communities where the Facility is located. Final determination
     of the qualifications of all persons for employment shall be made by KAR,
     subject to any licensing requirements of SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory
     Authority.

     (v)    Within two hundred seventy (270) days of the Commencement Date, KAR
     shall develop and present to SHINGLE SPRINGS for its written approval, a
     training plan designed to progressively reduce the number of KAR Employees,
     so that, by the end of the Term of the

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          Agreement, all Enterprise Employees will be SHINGLE SPRINGS
          Employees.

     4.6.9  GOALS AND REMEDIES.  All hiring for the Enterprise shall be done
     by KAR, based on the hiring policies established by the parties in
     consultation with each other.

     4.6.10 REMOVAL OF EMPLOYEES.  KAR will act in accordance with the
     Enterprise Employee Policies with respect to the discharge, demotion
     or discipline of any Enterprise Employee.

     4.6.11  INDIAN PREFERENCE CONTRACTING.  KAR shall during the term of
     this Agreement, to the extent permitted by applicable law, including
     but not limited to the Indian Civil Rights Act, 25 U.S.C. 1301 et. Seq.,
     give preference in contracting for goods and services for the Enterprise
     to qualified Indians who reside on or near the lands within the confines
     of the Shingle Springs Rancheria and to such land as may hereafter be
     added thereto as provided in the Constitution of Shingle Springs. Qualified
     shall mean a person who is able to provide the same quality services and
     has demonstrated skills and abilities to perform the tasks to be undertaken
     in an acceptable manner, as non-Indian competitors at competitive prices,
     and shall be able to meet the bonding requirements of KAR and the
     Enterprise.

4.7  OPTIONAL SERVICES.  SHINGLE SPRINGS acknowledges that KAR and KAR's
Affiliates may provide services in addition to those which are encompassed by
this Agreement. SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees to consider in good faith any
bids/proposals presented to it by KAR or any of KAR's Affiliates to provide any
such additional services to the Enterprise, it being understood, however, that
this Section shall in no event be construed to require SHINGLE SPRINGS to
accept any such bid/proposal.

4.8  PRE-OPENING. Six (6) months prior to the scheduled Commencement Date, KAR
shall commence implementation of a pre-opening program which shall include all
activities necessary to financially and operationally prepare the Facility for
opening. To implement the pre-opening program, KAR shall prepare a
comprehensive pre-opening budget which shall be submitted to the Tribal Council
for their written approval no later than seven (7) months prior to the
scheduled Commencement Date ("Pre-Opening Budget"). The Pre-Opening Budget sets
forth expenses which KAR anticipates to be necessary or desirable in order to
prepare the Facility for the Commencement, including without limitation, cash
for disbursements, Furnishings and Equipment, initial Operating Equipment and
Operating Supplies, hiring, training, relocation and temporary lodging of
employees, advertising and promotion, office overhead and office space (whether
on or off the Property), and travel and business entertainment (including
opening celebrations and ceremonies) ("Pre-Opening Expenses"). SHINGLE SPRINGS
recognizes that the Pre-Opening Budget has been prepared well in advance of
Commencement and is intended only to be a reasonable estimate, subject to
variation due to a number of factors,

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some of which will be outside of KAR's control (e.g. the time of completion,
inflationary factors and varying conditions for the goods and services
required). SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees that the Pre-Opening Budget may be modified
from time to time, subject to written approval of SHINGLE SPRINGS in accordance
with the procedure established by Article 4.9 of this Agreement for adjustments
to the Operating Budget and Annual Plan.

4.9  OPERATING BUDGET AND ANNUAL PLAN.  KAR shall, prior to the scheduled
Commencement Date, submit to the Tribal Council, for its written approval, a
proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan for the remainder of the current
Fiscal Year. Thereafter, KAR shall, not less than sixty (60) days prior to the
commencement of each full or partial Fiscal Year, submit to the Tribal Council,
for its written approval, a proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan for the
ensuing full or partial Fiscal Year, as the case may be. The Operating Budget
and Annual Plan shall include a projected income statement, balance sheet, and
projection of cash flow for the Enterprise, with detailed justifications
explaining the assumptions used therein and included with the Operating Budget
and Annual Plan be a schedule of repairs and maintenance (other than Capital
Replacements), a business and marketing plan for the Fiscal Year, and the
Minimum Balance which must remain in the Bank Account and the Facility Bank as
of the end of each month during the Fiscal Year to assure sufficient monies for
working capital purposes, the Facility Bank and other expenditures authorized
under the Operating Budget and Annual Plan.

The Operating Budget and Annual Plan for the Enterprise will be comprised of
the following:

     (a)  a statement of the estimated income and expenses for the coming
     Fiscal Year, including estimates as to Gross Revenues and Operating
     Expenses for such Fiscal Year, such operating budget to reflect the
     estimated results of the operation during each Fiscal Month of the
     subject Fiscal Year;

     (b)  either as part of the statement of the estimated income and expenses
     referred to in the preceding clause (a), or separately, budgets (and
     timetables and requirements of KAR) for:

          (i)    repairs and maintenance;

          (ii)   Capital Replacements;

          (iii)  Operating Equipment;

          (iv)   advertising and business promotion programs for the Casino;
                 and

          (v)    the estimated cost of Promotional Allowances; and


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       (c)  a business and marketing plan for the subject Fiscal Year.

The Tribal Council's written approval of the Operating Budget and Annual Plan
shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. KAR shall meet with the Tribal
Council to discuss the proposed Operating Budget and Annual plan and the Tribal
Council's written approval shall be deemed given unless a specific written
objection thereto is delivered by the Tribal Council to KAR within fifteen
(15) days after KAR and the Tribal Council have met to discuss the proposed
Operating Budget and Annual Plan. If the Tribal Council for any reason decline
to meet with KAR to discuss a proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan, the
Tribal Council shall be deemed to have consented unless a specific written
objection is delivered to KAR within fifteen (15) days after the date the
proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan is submitted to the Tribal Council.
The Tribal Council shall review the Operating Budget and Annual Plan on a
line-by-line basis: To be effective, any notice which disapproves a proposed
Operating Budget and Annual Plan must contain specific objections in reasonable
detail to individual line items.

       If the initial proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan contains
       disputed budget item(s), the Tribal Council and the KAR agree to
       cooperate with each other in good faith to resolve the disputed or
       objectionable proposed item(s). In the event the Tribal Council and the
       KAR are not able to reach mutual agreement concerning any disputed or
       objectionable item(s) within twenty one (21) days after the date SHINGLE
       SPRINGS representatives on the Tribal Council provides written notice of
       its objection to KAR, either party shall be entitled to submit the
       dispute to arbitration in accordance with Section 17.1. If the Tribal
       Council and KAR are unable to resolve the disputed or objectionable
       item(s) prior to the commencement of the applicable fiscal year, the
       undisputed portions of the proposed Operating Budget and Annual Plan
       shall be deemed to be adopted and approved and the corresponding line
       item(s) contained in the Operating Budget and Annual Plan for the
       preceding fiscal year shall be adjusted as set forth herein and shall be
       substituted in lieu of the disputed item(s) in the proposed Operating
       Budget and Annual Plan. Those line items which are in dispute shall be
       determined by increasing the preceding fiscal year's actual expense for
       the corresponding line items by an amount determined by KAR which does
       not exceed the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers published by
       the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of Labor,
       U.S. City Average, all items (1982-1984=100) for the fiscal year prior to
       the fiscal year with respect to which the adjustment to the line item(s)
       is being calculated or any successor or replacement index thereto. The
       resulting Operating Budget be deemed to be the Operating Budget and
       annual Plan in effect until such time as KAR and the Tribal Council have
       resolved the items objected to by the Tribal Council.

4.9.1  ADJUSTMENTS TO OPERATING BUDGET AND ANNUAL PLAN. KAR may, after notice
to and written approval by the Tribal Council, revise the Operating Budget and
annual Plan from time to time, as necessary, to reflect any unpredicted
significant changes, variables

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or events or additional, unanticipated items of expense. KAR may, after notice
to the Tribal Council, reallocate part of all of the amount budgeted with
respect to any line item to another line item and to make such other
modifications to the Operating Budget and Annual Plan as KAR deems necessary,
provided that the total adjustments to the Operating Budget and Annual Plan
shall not exceed one hundred ten percent (110%) of the aggregate approved
Operating Budget and Annual Plan without written approval of the Tribal Council.
KAR shall submit a revision of the Operating Budget and Annual Plan to the
Tribal Council for review on a quarterly basis. In addition, in the event actual
Gross Revenues for any fiscal period are greater than those provided for in the
Operating Budget and annual Plan, the amounts approved in the Operating Budget
and Annual Plan for guest services, food and beverage, telephone, utilities,
marketing and the repair and maintenance of the Facility for any fiscal month
shall be automatically deemed to be increased to an amount that bears the same
relationship (ratio) to the amount budgeted for such items as actual Gross
Revenue for such fiscal month. SHINGLE SPRINGS acknowledges that the Operating
Budget and Annual Plan is intended only to be a reasonable estimate of the
Enterprise's revenues and expenses for the ensuing Fiscal Year. KAR shall not be
deemed to have made any guarantee concerning projected results contained in the
Operating Budget and Annual Plan.

4.10 CAPITAL BUDGETS. KAR shall, not more than sixty (60) days or less than
thirty (30) days prior to the Commencement of each fiscal year, or partial
fiscal year, submit to the Tribal Council a recommended "Capital Budget"
describing the present value, estimated useful life and estimated replacement
costs for the ensuing full or partial year, as the case may be, for the
Property, Furnishings, Equipment, and ordinary Capital Replacement items, all of
which are defined to be any items, the cost of which is capitalized and
depreciated, rather than expensed, using GAAP ("Capital Replacements") as shall
be required to operate the Enterprise in accordance with sound business
practices. Capital Replacements in the Capital Budget in an aggregate sum equal
to or less than the sum of the Capital Replacement Reserve for the fiscal Year
shall be recommended by KAR and approved by the Tribal Council; and any amounts
in excess of the Capital Replacement Reserve for the Fiscal Year shall be
subject to written approval of the Tribal Council. The Tribal Council, and KAR
shall meet to discuss the proposed Capital Budget and the Tribal Council shall
be required to make specific written objections to a proposed Capital Budget in
the same manner and within the same time periods specified in Section 4.9 with
respect to an Operating Budget and Annual Plan. The Tribal Council shall not
unreasonably withhold or delay its consent. KAR shall be responsible for the
design and installation of Capital Replacements, subject to the Tribal
Council's written approval, and inspection, which approval shall not be
unreasonably withheld.

4.11 CAPITAL REPLACEMENTS. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall effect and expend such amounts
for any Capital Replacements as shall be required, in the course of the
operation of the Enterprise, to maintain, at a minimum, the Enterprise in
compliance with any Legal Requirements and to comply with KAR's recommended
programs for renovation, modernization and improvement intended to keep the
Enterprise competitive in its market, or to correct any condition of an
emergency nature, including without limitation,

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maintenance, replacements or repairs which are required to be effected by
SHINGLE SPRINGS, which in KAR's sole discretion requires immediate action to
preserve and protect the comfort, health, safety and/or welfare of the
Facility's guests or employees (an "Emergency Condition"); provided, however,
that SHINGLE SPRINGS shall be under no obligation to fund Capital Replacements
in aggregate amount greater than its periodic required contributions to the
Capital Replacement Reserve described in Section 4.12. KAR is authorized to
take all steps and to make all expenditures from the Disbursement Account,
described at Section 4.17.3 (in the case of non-capitalized repairs and
maintenance), or Capital Replacement Reserve, described in Section 4.12, (in
the case of expenditures for Capital Replacements) as it deems necessary to
repair and correct any Emergency Condition, regardless whether such provisions
have been made in the Capital Budget or the Operating Budget and Annual Plan
for any such expenditures; or the cost thereof may be advanced by KAR and
reimbursed from future revenues. Design and installation of Capital
Replacements shall be effected in a time period and subject to such conditions
as the KAR may establish to minimize interference with or disruption of ongoing
operations.

4.12     CAPITAL REPLACEMENT RESERVE. KAR shall establish a Capital Replacement
Reserve on the books of account of the Enterprise, and the cash contributions
required by Section 4.13 shall be deposited by the KAR into an account (the
"Capital Replacement Reserve") established in SHINGLE SPRINGS's name at a bank
designated by the Tribal Council. All amounts in the Capital Replacement Reserve
shall be invested in interest bearing investments in accordance with the
Enterprise Investment Policy set forth in Exhibit C to this Agreement to the
extent that availability of funds, when required, is not thereby impaired.
Interest earned on amounts deposited in the Capital Replacement Reserve shall be
credited to the Capital Replacement Reserve and shall be available for payment
of expenditures for Capital Replacements to the Facility. KAR shall draw on the
Capital Replacement Reserve for Capital Replacements to purchase those items
included in the "Capital Budget" approved by the Tribal Council or such
emergency additions of replacements as shall be required to keep the Enterprise
in compliance with legal requirements or such emergency additions or
replacements necessary to protect the comfort, health, safety or welfare of the
Facility's guests or employees.

4.13      PERIODIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO CAPITAL REPLACEMENT RESERVE. Deposits into
the Capital Replacement Reserve Equivalent to an annual rate of 1% (one
percent) of Gross Revenues during the first two years of the Term of this
Agreement after the Commencement Date and equivalent to an annual rate of 2%
(two percent) of Gross Revenues during the remainder of the Term, and shall be
made monthly. The cash amounts required to be so deposited shall be calculated
and deposited into the Capital Replacement Reserve, in arrears, no later than
the twenty-first (21st) day of the month immediately following the month with
respect to which a deposit is made. If any adjustments of Gross Revenues is
made as a result of an audit or for other accounting reasons, a corresponding
adjustment in the Capital Replacement Reserve deposit shall be made. In
addition, all proceeds from the sale of capital items no longer needed for the
operation of the Enterprise, and the proceeds of any insurance received in
reimbursement

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for any items previously paid for from the Capital Replacement Reserve, shall
be deposited into the Capital Replacement Reserve upon receipt, and said
Capital Replacement Reserve shall be an operating expense.

4.14 USE AND ALLOCATION OF CAPITAL REPLACEMENT RESERVE.     Any expenditures for
Capital Replacements which have been budgeted and previously approved may be
paid from the Capital Replacement Reserve without further written approval from
SHINGLE SPRINGS. Any amounts remaining in the Capital Replacement Reserve at the
close of any year shall be carried forward and retained in the Capital
Replacement Reserve until fully used. If amounts in the Capital Replacement
Reserve at the end of any year plus the anticipated contributions to the Capital
Replacement Reserve for the next ensuing year are not sufficient to pay for
Capital Replacements authorized by the Capital Budget for such ensuing year,
then additional funds, in the amount of the projected deficiency, may be
advanced by the KAR and reimbursed by the Enterprise from future revenues.

4.15 INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS.     KAR shall install systems for monitoring of
all funds (the "Internal Control Systems"), which systems shall comply with all
Legal Requirements included in SHINGLE SPRING's Minimum Internal Controls, and
shall be submitted to SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority for written approval
in advance of implementation, which written approval shall not be unreasonably
withheld. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall retain the right to review all Internal Control
Systems and any changes instituted to the Internal Control Systems of the
Enterprise. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall have the right to retain an auditor to review
the adequacy of the Internal Control Systems prior to the Commencement Date.
The cost of such review shall be a Pre-Opening Expense. Any changes in such
systems after the Commencement Date also shall be subject to review and written
approval by SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory
Authority and KAR shall have the right and duty to maintain and police the
Internal Control Systems in order to prevent any loss of proceeds from the
Enterprise. SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority shall have the right to
inspect and oversee the Internal Control System at all times. KAR shall install
a closed circuit television system to be used for monitoring the cash handling
activities of the Enterprise sufficient to meet all Legal Requirements.

4.16 BANKING AND BANK ACCOUNTS.

     4.16.1    BANK ACCOUNTS. The Tribal Council shall select, and the Tribal
     Council shall approve, a bank or banks for the deposit and maintenance of
     funds and shall establish in such bank or banks accounts as KAR deems
     appropriate and necessary in the course of business and as consistent with
     this Agreement ("Enterprise Bank Accounts"). Establishment of any
     Enterprise Bank Account shall be subject to the written approval of the
     Tribal Council. The sum of money agreed to by the Tribal Council to be
     maintained in the Enterprise Bank Account(s) to serve as working capital
     for Enterprise operations, shall include all sums needed for the Facility
     Bank, and all sums needed to accrue for payment of expenses not paid on a
     monthly basis (the "Minimum Balance"). Attached hereto

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     as Exhibit D is the form of Irrevocable Banking Instructions to be executed
     by SHINGLE SPRINGS with regard to each Enterprise Bank Account and to be in
     effect during the Term of this Agreement.

     4.16.2   DAILY DEPOSITS TO DEPOSITORY ACCOUNT. KAR shall establish for the
     benefit of SHINGLE SPRINGS in the Enterprise's name a Depository Account.
     KAR shall collect all gross revenues and other proceeds connected with or
     arising from the operation of the Enterprise, the sale of all products,
     food and beverage, and all other activities of the Enterprise and deposit
     the related cash daily into the Depository Account at least once during
     each 24-hour period. All money received by the Enterprise on each day that
     it is open must be counted at the close of operations for that day or at
     least once during each 24-hour period. KAR agrees to obtain a bonded
     transportation service to effect the safe transportation of the daily
     receipts to SHINGLE SPRINGS, which expenses shall constitute an Operating
     Expense.

     4.16.3    DISBURSEMENT ACCOUNT. KAR shall establish for the benefit of
     SHINGLE SPRINGS in the Enterprise's name a Disbursement Account. KAR shall,
     constitute with and pursuant to the approved annual Operating Budget and
     Annual Plan, have responsibility and authority for making all payments for
     Operating Expenses, debt service, management fees, and disbursements to
     SHINGLE SPRINGS from the Disbursement Account.

     4.16.4    NO CASH DISBURSEMENTS. KAR shall not make any cash disbursements
     from the Enterprise Bank Accounts except for the payment of cash prizes of
     $7,000 or less; and except for such cash disbursements, any and all
     additional cash prizes and all payments or disbursements by the KAR shall
     be made by check or wire transfer drawn against an Enterprise Bank Account.

     4.16.5    TRANSFERS BETWEEN ACCOUNTS. KAR has the authority to transfer
     funds from and between the Enterprise Bank Accounts to the Disbursement
     Account in order to pay Operating Expenses and to pay debt service pursuant
     to the Loan Agreement and Note, the Security and Reimbursement Agreement,
     the Development Agreement, to invest funds in accordance with the
     Enterprise Investment Policy and to pay the fees payable to KAR pursuant to
     this Agreement.

4.17     INSURANCE. KAR, on behalf of SHINGLE SPRINGS, shall have the
responsibility to arrange for, obtain and maintain, or cause it agents to
maintain, with responsible insurance carriers licensed to do business in the
State of California, insurance satisfactory to KAR and the Tribal Council
covering the Facility and the operations of the Enterprise, naming SHINGLE
SPRINGS, the Enterprise, KAR, and KAR's Affiliates as insured parties, in at
least the amounts which are set forth in Exhibit E.

4.18     ACCOUNTING AND BOOKS OF ACCOUNT.

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4.18.1    STATEMENTS. KAR shall prepare and provide to the Tribal Council on a
monthly, quarterly, and annual basis, operating statements. The operating
statements shall comply with all Legal Requirements and shall include an income
statement, statement of cash flows, and balance sheet for the Enterprise. Such
statements shall include Operating Budget and Annual Plan and Capital Budget
projections as comparative statements, and which, after the first full year of
operation, will include comparative statements from the comparable period for
the prior year of all revenues, and all other amounts collected and received,
and all deductions and disbursements made therefrom in connection with the
Enterprise.

4.18.2    BOOKS OF ACCOUNT. KAR shall maintain full and accurate books of
account at an office in the Facility and at such other location as may be
determined by KAR. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall have access to the daily operations of
the Enterprise and shall have the unlimited right to inspect, examine, and copy
all such books and supporting business records. Such rights may be exercised
through SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Agency or through an agent, employee,
attorney, or independent accountant acting on behalf of the Tribal Council or
SHINGLE SPRINGS's Gaming Regulatory Agency.

4.18.3    ACCOUNTING STANDARDS. KAR shall maintain the books and records
reflecting the operations of the Enterprise in accordance with the accounting
practices of KAR in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
consistently applied and shall adopt and follow the fiscal accounting periods
utilized by KAR in its normal course of business (i.e., a month, quarter and
year prepared in accordance with the Enterprise Fiscal Year). The accounting
systems and procedures shall comply with Legal Requirements and, at a minimum:

          (i)       include an adequate system of internal accounting controls;

          (ii)      permit the preparation of financial statements in accordance
                    with generally accepted accounting principles;

          (iii)     be susceptible to audit;

          (iv)      permit the calculation and payment of the Management Fee
                    described in Section 6; and

          (v)       provide for the allocation of operating expenses or overhead
                    expenses among SHINGLE SPRINGS, the Enterprise, and any
                    other user of shared facilities and services.

4.18.4    ANNUAL AUDIT. An independent certified public accounting firm
selected by SHINGLE SPRING's Gaming Regulatory Agency and Tribal Council and
KAR shall perform an annual audit of the books and records of the Enterprise and

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         of all contracts for supplies, services or concessions reflecting
         Operating Expenses. SHINGLE SPRINGS's Gaming Regulatory Agency and
         Tribal Council, the BIA and the NIGC shall also have the right to
         perform special audits of the Enterprise on any aspect of the
         Enterprise at any time without restriction. The costs incurred for such
         audits shall constitute an Operating Expense. Such audits shall be
         provided by SHINGLE SPRINGS to all applicable federal and state
         agencies, as required by law, and may be used by KAR for reporting
         purposes under federal and state securities laws, if required.

    4.19 RETAIL SHOPS AND CONCESSIONS. With respect to the operation of the
    shops and concessions located within the Facility the Tribal Council shall
    approve in advance in writing the specific type or types of shops or
    concessions proposed by KAR to be authorized for inclusion in the Facility,
    which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.

5. LIENS. Subject to the exceptions hereinafter stated in Section 5.1, SHINGLE
SPRINGS specifically warrants and represents to KAR that during the term of
this Agreement SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not act in any way whatsoever, either
directly or indirectly, to cause any one to become an encumbrance or lienholder
of the Property or the Facility, other than KAR or Lender, or to allow any one
to obtain any interest in this Agreement without the prior written consent of
KAR, and, where applicable, consent from the United States. KAR specifically
warrants and represents to SHINGLE SPRINGS that during the term of this
Agreement, KAR shall not act in any way, directly or indirectly, to cause any
one to become an encumbrance or lienholder of the Property or the Facility, or
to obtain any interest in this Agreement without prior consent of SHINGLE
SPRINGS, and, where applicable, the United States. SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR
shall keep the Facility and Property free and clear of all enforceable
mechanics' and other enforceable liens resulting from the construction of the
Facility and all other enforceable liens which may attach to the Facility or
the Property, which shall at all times remain the property of the United States
in trust for SHINGLE SPRINGS. If any such lien is claimed or filed, it shall be
the duty of SHINGLE SPRINGS to discharge or take the legal action to contest
the claim or the lien within thirty (30) days after having been given written
notice of such claim, either by payment to the claimant, by the posting of a
bond and the payment into the court of the amount necessary to relieve and
discharge or stay such claim, or in any other manner which will result in the
discharge or stay of such claim, and KAR is authorized to act in behalf of
SHINGLE SPRINGS to discharge any liens if SHINGLE SPRINGS fails to take
appropriate action towards that goal within that 30 day period. It is
understood that this shall not apply to the Tribe's portion of the Net Revenues
after transferred to SHINGLE SPRINGS.

    5.1 EXCEPTIONS. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall have the right to grant security
    interests in Enterprise revenues subordinated to the interests of the KAR
    pursuant to the Security and Reimbursement Agreement, as well as priority
    security interests in any Facility assets other than personal property
    purchased with the proceeds of the Loan, but only if such security interests
    are granted to secure loans made to and for the benefit of the Enterprise,
    and KAR has been offered a prior opportunity to make such loans on similar
    financial terms.

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6.   MANAGEMENT FEE, REIMBURSEMENTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND OTHER PAYMENTS BY KAR.

     6.1  MANAGEMENT FEE. Subject to the provisions of Section 6.4, on or before
     the twenty-first (21st) day of each month after the first calendar month of
     operation, KAR is authorized by SHINGLE SPRINGS to pay itself from the
     Enterprise SHINGLE SPRINGS Account(s) a fee equal to thirty percent (30%)
     of Net Revenues for the prior calendar month.

     6.2  DISBURSEMENTS. As and when received by KAR, Gross Revenues shall be
     deposited in the Depository Account created pursuant to Section 4.16.2 of
     this Agreement. There shall, in turn, be disbursed by KAR, on a monthly
     basis, for and on behalf of SHINGLE SPRINGS, funds from the Enterprise Bank
     Account(s) to pay, to the extent available, Operating Expenses and required
     deposits into the Capital Replacement Reserve for Capital Replacements.

     KAR will reserve funds in the Enterprise in amounts equal to the Minimum
     Balance, and KAR may increase the Minimum Balance, in KAR's sole
     discretion, at anytime during the first year following the Commencement
     Date to reflect unanticipated working capital needs revealed by actual
     Enterprise operations. Additionally, KAR may advance any monies needed to
     cover any operating cash shortfall and shall be allowed to be reimbursed
     same in accordance with Section 9.12.

     6.3  ADJUSTMENT TO BANK ACCOUNT. After the disbursements pursuant to
     Section 6.2, and establishment of any additional reserves for future
     disbursements as KAR deems necessary and as are approved by the Tribal
     Council, taking into account anticipated cash flow and Operating Costs of
     the Enterprise, any excess funds remaining in the Enterprise Bank
     Account(s) over the Minimum Balance, the Capital Replacement Reserve, and
     such additional reserves approved by the Tribal Council, shall be
     disbursed monthly in accordance with Section 6.4.

     6.4  PAYMENT OF FEES AND SHINGLE SPRINGS DISBURSEMENT. Within twenty-one
     (21) days after the end of each calendar month of operations, KAR shall
     calculate Gross Revenues, Operating Expenses, and Net Revenues of the
     Enterprise for the previous month's operations and the year's operations to
     date. Such Net Revenues shall be disbursed from the Enterprise Bank
     Account(s) to the extent available to pay the scheduled items to the extent
     due any payable and earned in the following order of priority:

          (i)  the Minimum Monthly Priority Payment described in Section 6.5;

          (ii) Current principal and any other payments due on the Loan (and if
          payments are due quarterly, a reserve equal to one third of the
          scheduled quarterly payment shall be deposited in a designated
          Enterprise Bank Account for such payment, and may be invested in
          accordance with the Enterprise Investment

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             Policies pending payment);

             (iii)    Capital Replacement Reserve contributions as described in
             Section 4.13;

             (iv)     payments due on the Interim Promissory Note and the
             reimbursement of amounts advanced by KAR; and

             (v)      Management Fee

      All remaining Net Revenues less minimum monthly priority payments to
      SHINGLE SPRINGS shall be distributed to SHINGLE SPRINGS at the same time
      ("Monthly Distribution Payment") the Management Fee is paid.

      6.5    MINIMUM MONTHLY PRIORITY PAYMENT. Commencing on the tenth (10th)
      day of the first month following the Commencement Date (unless and to the
      extent that the Commencement Date is delayed as a result of the action
      or negligence of SHINGLE SPRINGS) remainder of the term of this Agreement
      and until SHINGLE SPRINGS has received pursuant to this Agreement a
      cumulative amount of SIX MILLION DOLLARS ($6,000,000.00) during each
      twelve month period commencing on the date of the first distribution
      hereunder following the Commencement Date, FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
      ($500,000.00) per month to SHINGLE SPRINGS which shall be charged
      against SHINGLE SPRING'S share of net profits. The payments under this
      Section 6.5 shall be the Minimum Monthly Priority Payments and such
      payments shall be prorated for any partial month on the basis of the
      number of days in such month. No Minimum Monthly Priority Payment shall be
      owed for any months during which Class III gaming is suspended or
      terminated at the Facility regardless of the reason or cause for such
      suspension or termination or if there is a change in any law which has
      material adverse effect on the operation of the Enterprise. If Net Profits
      are inadequate to make the Minimum Monthly Priority Payments, KAR shall
      advance the required amount and shall be reimbursed from future Net
      Profits payable to SHINGLE SPRINGS.

      6.6    PAYMENT OF NET REVENUES. The Net Revenues paid to SHINGLE SPRINGS
      pursuant to this section 6 shall be payable to SHINGLE SPRINGS bank
      account specified by the Council in a notice to KAR pursuant to
      Section 9.2.


7.    TRADE NAMES, TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS.

      7.1    ENTERPRISE NAME. The exact name of the Enterprise shall be
      approved in writing by SHINGLE SPRINGS, which approval shall not be
      unreasonably withheld.

      7.2    SYSTEM MARKS. Prior to the Commencement Date and from time to time
      during the Term hereof, Manager agrees to erect and install, in accordance
      with local codes and regulations, all signs KAR deem necessary in, on or
      about the Facility, including, but not limited to, signs bearing the
      System Marks as part of the Enterprise Name. The costs of purchasing,
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         installing the required signs and systems shall be part of the start-up
         costs. KAR shall obtain the written approval from SHINGLE SPRINGS for
         any use of any System Mark prior to installation and use by the
         Enterprise.

         SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees to recognize the exclusive right of ownership of
         KAR to all KAR's trademarks, copyrights, trade names, and patents, now
         or hereafter held or applied for in connection therewith (collectively,
         the "System Marks"). SHINGLE SPRINGS hereby disclaims any right or
         interest therein, regardless of any legal protection afforded thereto.
         SHINGLE SPRINGS acknowledges that all of the System Marks might not be
         used in connection with the Enterprise, and KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS
         shall determine which circumstance shall be so used. SHINGLE SPRINGS
         covenants that in the event of termination, cancellation or expiration
         of this Agreement, whether as a result of default by KAR or otherwise,
         SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not hold itself out as, or continue operation of
         the Enterprise as a KAR casino nor will it utilize any of the System
         Marks of any variant thereof in the name or operation of the
         Enterprise. SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees that KAR or their respective
         representative may, at any time thereafter, enter the Facility and may
         remove all signs, furnishings, printed material, emblems, slogans or
         other distinguishing characteristics which are not or hereafter may be
         connected or identified with KAR or which carry any KAR Mark. SHINGLE
         SPRINGS shall not use any of the KAR corporate names, or any variation
         thereof, directly or indirectly. (a) in connection with a private
         placement or public sale of securities or other comparable means of
         financing or (b) press releases and other public communications,
         without the prior written approval of KAR (or any successor owner of
         the KAR trademarks and service marks), which consent shall not be
         unreasonably withheld.


         7.3    LITIGATION INVOLVING SYSTEM MARKS.  SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR
         agree that, in the event SHINGLE SPRINGS and/or KAR is or are the
         subject of any litigation or action brought by any party seeking to
         restrain the use by SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR, or either of them, of any
         System Mark used by KAR for or on or in connection with the Facility or
         Enterprise, any such litigation or action shall be defended entirely by
         and at the expense of KAR, notwithstanding that KAR may not be named as
         a party thereto. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not have the right to bring suit
         against any user of the System Marks. In all cases, the conduct of any
         suit, whether brought by KAR or instituted against SHINGLE SPRINGS
         and/or KAR shall be under the absolute control of counsel to be
         nominated and retained by KAR, notwithstanding that KAR may not be a
         party to such suit. KAR agrees and covenants to defend and hold SHINGLE
         SPRINGS harmless from and to indemnify SHINGLE SPRINGS against any
         judgments or awards of any court or administrative agency or competent
         jurisdiction, whether such awards be in the form of damages, costs or
         otherwise, imposed against SHINGLE SPRINGS and arising from the use by
         KAR of any System Marks or similar rights or registrations for or on or
         in connection with the Facility or Enterprise in accordance with the
         terms of this Agreement.

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     8.1  STATE AND LOCAL TAXES.  If the State or any local government attempts
     to impose any excise, use or transactional tax upon any party to this
     Agreement or upon the Enterprise, the Facility or the Property, the Tribal
     Council may, in the name of the appropriate party or parties in interest,
     may, upon unanimous vote, resist such attempt through legal action. The
     costs of such action and the compensation of legal counsel shall be an
     Operating Expense of the Enterprise. This Section shall in no manner be
     construed to imply that any party to this Agreement or the Enterprise is
     liable for any such tax.

     8.2  SHINGLE SPRINGS TAXES.  SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees that neither it nor any
     agent, agency, affiliate or representative of SHINGLE SPRINGS will impose
     any taxes, fees, assessments, or other charges of any nature whatsoever on
     payment of any debt service to KAR of any of its Affiliates or to any
     lender furnishing financing for the Facility or for the Enterprise, or on
     the Enterprise, the Facility, the revenues therefrom or on the Management
     Fee as described in Section 6.1 of this Agreement; provided, however,
     SHINGLE SPRINGS may assess license fees reflecting reasonable regulatory
     costs incurred by SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Agency as provided for in
     Section 4.6.6. SHINGLE SPRINGS further agrees that neither it nor any
     agent, agency, affiliate or representative will impose any taxes, fees,
     assessments or other charges of any nature whatsoever on the salaries or
     benefits, or dividends paid to, any of KAR's members, officers, directors
     or employees, or other Affiliates or any of the employees of the
     Enterprise; or any provider of goods, materials, or services to the
     Enterprise. KAR retains the right, subject to Section 11 of this Agreement,
     to terminate this Agreement, the Development Agreement and all accompanying
     agreements if it reasonably determines that any statute, law, ordinance or
     regulation of SHINGLE SPRINGS renders operation of the Enterprise
     uncompetitive.

          8.2.1  TERMINATION BY KAR.  Should KAR terminate the Agreement
          pursuant to this Section, KAR shall retain the right to repayment of:
          (a) money lent to SHINGLE SPRINGS by KAR's or KAR's Affiliates and
          money lent to SHINGLE SPRINGS and guaranteed by the KAR and/or KAR's
          Affiliates to the extent KAR and/or KAR's Affiliates are required to
          pay pursuant to such guarantee; (b) reimbursement of any monies which
          may become due and payable under the terms of the Interim Promissory
          Note, and the Security and Reimbursement Agreement. Except as
          otherwise provided herein, if any taxes, fees or assessments are
          levied by SHINGLE SPRINGS, such taxes and assessments shall constitute
          Operating Expenses of the Enterprise.

     8.3  COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNAL REVENUE CODE.  KAR shall comply with all
     applicable provisions of the Internal Revenue Code.

9.   GENERAL PROVISIONS.

     9.1  SITES OF THE CONTRACTS.  This Agreement, as well as all contracts
     entered into





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between SHINGLE SPRINGS and any person or any entity providing services to the
Enterprise, shall be deemed entered into in the State of California, and shall
be subject to all Legal Requirements of SHINGLE SPRINGS and federal law.

9.2  NOTICE.  Any notice required to be given pursuant to this Agreement shall
be delivered to the appropriate party by Federal Express or by Certified Mail
Return Receipt Requested, addressed as follows:

          If to SHINGLE SPRINGS:   Jim Adams, Chairperson
                                   Shingle Springs Bank of Miwok Indians
                                   P.O. Box 1340
                                   Shingle Springs, CA 95682

          Copies to:               Phillip E. Thompson
                                   Thompson Associates
                                   2307 Thornknoll Drive
                                   Suite 100
                                   Fort Washington, MD 20744

          If to KAR:               Kean Argovitz Resorts - Shingle Springs, LLC
                                   11999 Katy Frwy., Suite 322
                                   Houston, TX 77079
                                   Attn.: Kevin M. Kean

          Copies to:               Kean Argovitz Resorts - Shingle Springs, LLC
                                   11999 Katy Frwy., Suite 322
                                   Houston, TX 77079
                                   Attn.: Dr. Jerry A. Argovitz

and to different address(es) as KAR or SHINGLE SPRINGS may specify in writing
using the notice procedure called for in this Section 9.2. Any such notice shall
be deemed given two days following deposit in the United States mail or upon
actual delivery, whichever first occurs.

9.3  AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE AND PERFORM AGREEMENT.  SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR
represent and warrant to each other that they each have full power and authority
to execute this Agreement and to be bound by and perform the terms hereof. On
request, each party shall furnish the other evidence of such authority.

9.4  RELATIONSHIP.  KAR and  SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not be construed as joint
ventures or partners of each other by reason of this Agreement and neither shall
have the power to bind or obligate the other except as set forth in this
Agreement.

9.5  KAR'S CONTRACTUAL AUTHORITY.  KAR is authorized, subject to the Tribal
Council review, which is not to be unreasonably withheld, to make, enter into
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perform in the name of and for the account of SHINGLE SPRINGS, doing business
as the Enterprise, such contracts deemed necessary by KAR to perform its
obligations under this Agreement, provided such contracts comply with the terms
and conditions of this Agreement provided such contracts do not obligate the
Enterprise to pay sums not approved in the Operating Budget and Annual Plan or
the Capital Budget.

9.6      FURTHER ACTIONS. SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR agree to execute all
contracts, agreements and documents and to take all actions necessary to
comply with the provisions of this Agreement and the intent hereof.

9.7       DEFENSE. Except for disputes between SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR, and
claims relating to SHINGLE SPRING's status as a Federally recognized Indian
Tribe, KAR shall bring and/or defend and/or settle any claim or legal action
brought against KAR, the Enterprise or SHINGLE SPRINGS, individually, jointly or
severally, or any Enterprise Employee, in connection with the operation of the
Enterprise. KAR shall recommend and subject to SHINGLE SPRING's written approval
of legal counsel, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, KAR shall
retain and supervise legal counsel, accountants and such other professionals,
consultants and specialists as KAR deems appropriate to defend any such claim or
cause of action provided that the Tribal Council retains the right to suspend
any such negotiations if it reasonably concludes, based on the advice of its
legal council that such negotiations or settlements is endangering the legal
rights and long term welfare of SHINGLE SPRINGS. All liabilities, costs, and
expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees and disbursements incurred in
defending and/or settling any such claim or legal action which are not covered
by insurance shall be an Operating Expense, or, if incurred prior to the
Commencement Date, shall be a Start-up Expense except for any fees, settlements
or other costs pertaining to actions, claims, or settlements involving
agreements or contracts with SHINGLE SPRINGS that were initiated prior to the
execution of this Agreement. Nothing contained herein is a grant to KAR of the
right to waive SHINGLE SPRINGS's or the Enterprise's sovereign immunity. That
right is strictly reserved to SHINGLE SPRINGS. Any settlement of a third party
claim or cause of action shall require written approval of the Tribal Council.
Nothing in this paragraph shall prohibit or prevent SHINGLE SPRINGS from
retaining and supervising legal counsel of its choice.

9.8      WAIVERS. No failure or delay  by KAR or SHINGLE SPRINGS to insist upon
the strict performance of any covenant, agreement, term or condition of this
Agreement, or to exercise any right or remedy consequent upon the breach
thereof, shall constitute a waiver of any such breach or any subsequent
agreement, term, or condition of this Agreement and no breach thereof shall be
waived, altered or modified except by written instrument. No waiver of any
breach shall affect or alter this Agreement, but each and every covenant,
agreement, term and condition of this Agreement shall continue in full force and
effect with respect to any other then existing or subsequent breach thereof.

9.9      CAPTIONS. The captions for each Section and Sub-Section are intended
for convenience only.


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9.10  SEVERABILITY.  If any of the terms and provisions hereof shall be held
invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect
any of the other terms or provisions hereof. If, however, any material part of
a party's rights under this Agreement shall be declared invalid or
unenforceable, (specifically including KAR's right to receive its Management
Fees) the party whose rights have been declared invalid or unenforceable shall
have the option to terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days written
notice to the other party, without liability on the part of the terminating
party.

9.11  INTEREST.  Except as otherwise provided in the Development Agreement, any
amount advanced by KAR or SHINGLE SPRINGS related to the operation of the
Enterprise shall accrue interest at same rate as the Note and shall be treated
according to GAAP.

9.12  RECOUPMENT AND REIMBURSEMENT.  The performance by KAR of its
responsibilities under this Agreement are conditioned upon the Enterprise
generating sufficient funds to KAR on a timely basis to enable KAR to perform
its obligations hereunder. KAR shall, according to the terms of this Agreement
or at its option if not so required, advance funds or contribute property, on
behalf of SHINGLE SPRINGS, to satisfy obligations of SHINGLE SPRINGS in
connection with the Facility and this Agreement. KAR shall keep appropriate
records to document all reimbursable expenses paid by KAR, which records shall
be made available for inspection by SHINGLE SPRINGS or its agents upon request
and KAR shall send written notice of the same to the Tribal Council within 72
hours of such advance. SHINGLE SPRINGS agrees to reimburse KAR with interest
from future Net Revenues for money paid or property contributed by KAR to
satisfy obligations of SHINGLE SPRINGS in connection with the Enterprise and
this Agreement. Interest shall be calculated at the rate of prime plus 2% as
established by the Chase Manhattan Bank from the date SHINGLE SPRINGS was
obligated to remit the funds or contribute the property for the satisfaction of
such obligation to the date reimbursement is made. KAR's sole source of such
reimbursement shall be from undistributed and future Net Revenues of SHINGLE
SPRINGS.

9.13  TRAVEL AND OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES.  To the extent approved by the Tribal
Council, KAR and the Tribe shall be reimbursed for all travel and out-of-pocket
expenses reasonably incurred in the performance of this Agreement. Subject to
the Operating Budget and Annual Plan, all travel and out-of-pocket expenses of
Enterprise Employees reasonably incurred in the performance of their duties
shall be an Operating Expense.

9.14  THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY.  This Agreement is exclusively for the benefit
of the parties hereto and it may not be enforced by any party other than the
parties to this Agreement and shall not give rise to liability to any third
party other than the authorized successors and assigns of the parties hereto as
such are authorized by this Agreement.

9.15  BROKERAGE.  KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS represent and warrant to each other
neither has sought the services of a broker, finder or agent in this
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has employed, nor authorized, any other person to act in such capacity. KAR and
SHINGLE SPRINGS each hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the other harmless from
an against any and all claims, loss, liability, damage or expenses (including
reasonable attorneys' fees) suffered or incurred by the other party as a result
of a claim brought by a person or entity engaged or claiming to be engaged as a
finder, broker or agent by the indemnifying party.

9.16  SURVIVAL OF COVENANTS.  Any covenant, term or provision of this Agreement
which, in order to be effective, must survive the termination of this Agreement,
shall survive any such termination.

9.17  ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE.  KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS agree to furnish to the
other party, from time to time upon request, an estoppel certificate in such
reasonable form as the requesting party may request stating whether there have
been any defaults under this Agreement known to the party furnishing the
estoppel certificate and such other information relating to the Enterprise as
may be reasonably requested.

9.18  PERIODS OF TIME.  Whenever any determination is to be made or action is to
be taken on a date specified in this Agreement, if such date shall fall on a
Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday under the laws of SHINGLE SPRINGS or the State
of California, then in such event said date shall be extended to the next day
which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday.

9.19  EXHIBITS.  All exhibits attached hereto are incorporated herein by
reference and made a part hereof as if fully rewritten or reproduced herein.

9.20  SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND SUBCONTRACTING.  The benefits and obligations of
this Agreement shall inure to and be binding upon the parties hereto and their
respective successors and assigns. KAR shall have the right to assign its rights
under this Agreement and the Development Agreement only with the prior written
consent of the Tribal Council, provided that such assignee or subcontractor has
the competency and financial capability to perform as required by this
Agreement. The acquisition of KAR by a party other than an Affiliate of KAR, or
its successor corporation, shall not constitute an assignment of this Agreement
by KAR and this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect between SHINGLE
SPRINGS and KAR, subject only to legal Requirements.

Other than stated above, this Agreement may not be assigned or its non-gaming
obligation subcontracted by KAR, without the prior written approval of the
Tribal Council and the written approval of the Chairperson of the NIGC or his
authorized representative after a complete background investigation of the
proposed assignee. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall, without the consent of KAR, have the
right to assign this Agreement and the assets of the Enterprise to an
instrumentality of SHINGLE SPRINGS or to a corporation wholly-owned by SHINGLE
SPRINGS organized to conduct the business of the Enterprise for SHINGLE SPRINGS
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     Any assignment by SHINGLE SPRINGS shall not prejudice the right of KAR
     under this Agreement. No assignment authorized hereunder shall be effective
     until all necessary government written approvals have been obtained.

     9.21 TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. Time is of the essence in the performance of
     this Agreement.

     9.22 PATRON DISPUTE RESOLUTION. KAR shall address all patron disputes in
     manner which is consistent with the patron dispute policy approved by
     the SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority which shall at all times be
     consistent with SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance.

     9.23 INDEMNIFICATION. SINGLE SPRINGS hereby agrees to indemnify and will
     hold KAR harmless from and against any and all claims, demands,
     liabilities, actions, damages, costs, charges and expenses (including
     attorney fees) as a consequence, direct or indirect of SHINGLE SPRING's
     association with including but not limited to Chris Anderson, Sharp Image
     Gaming, Excelsior Gaming, or any other party with any claims against
     SHINGLE SPRINGS. The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana and Lakes Gaming, Inc.
     shall be excluded.

     9.24 MODIFICATION. Any change to or modification of this Agreement must be
     in writing signed by both parties hereto and shall be effective only upon
     written approval by the Chairperson of the NIGC, the date of signature of
     the parties notwithstanding.

10.  WARRANTIES.

     10.1  NON-INTERFERENCE IN SHINGLE SPRINGS AFFAIRS. KAR agrees not to
     interfere in or attempt to wrongfully influence the internal affairs or
     government decisions of SHINGLE SPRINGS government by offering cash
     incentives, by making written or oral threats to the personal or
     financial status of any person, or by any other action, except for actions
     in the normal course of business of KAR that relate to the Enterprise. For
     the purposes of this Section 10.1, if any such undue interference in
     SHINGLE SPRINGS affairs is alleged by the federally recognized tribal
     government in writing and the NIGC, finds that KAR has unduly interfered
     with the internal affairs of SHINGLE SPRINGS government and has not taken
     sufficient action to cure and prevent such interference, that finding of
     interference shall be grounds for termination of the Agreement. KAR shall
     be entitled to immediate written notice and a complete copy of any such
     complaint to the NIGC.

     10.2  PROHIBITION OF PAYMENTS TO MEMBERS OF SHINGLE SPRINGS GOVERNMENT.
     KAR represents and warrants that no payments have been or will be made by
     KAR or KAR's Affiliates, to any Member of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government, any
     SHINGLE SPRINGS official, any relative of a member of SHINGLE SPRINGS
     government of SHINGLE SPRINGS official, or any SHINGLE SPRINGS government
     employee for the purpose of obtaining any special privilege, gain,
     advantage or consideration.

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     10.3  PROHIBITION OF HIRING MEMBERS OF SHINGLE SPRINGS GOVERNMENT.  No
     member of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government, SHINGLE SPRINGS official, relative of
     a Member of SHINGLE SPRINGS Government or SHINGLE SPRINGS official or
     employee of SHINGLE SPRINGS government may be employees at the Enterprise
     without a written waiver of this Section 10.3 by SHINGLE SPRINGS. For this
     purpose, SHINGLE SPRINGS will identify all such persons to KAR in a writing
     and take reasonable steps to keep the list current; KAR shall not be held
     responsible if any person not on such written list is an employee.

     10.4  PROHIBITION OF FINANCIAL INTEREST IN ENTERPRISE.  No Member of
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Government or relative of a Member of SHINGLE SPRINGS
     Government shall have a direct or indirect financial interest in the
     Enterprise greater than the interest of any other member of SHINGLE
     SPRINGS; provided, however, nothing in this subsection shall restrict the
     ability of a SHINGLE SPRINGS member to purchase or hold stock in KAR, or
     KAR's Affiliates where (i) such stock is publicly held, and (ii) SHINGLE
     SPRINGS member acquires less than 5% of the outstanding stock in the
     corporation, provided that if a SHINGLE SPRINGS member shall acquire more
     than 5% such person shall comply with all applicable law.

     10.5  DEFINITIONS.  As used in this Section 10, "Member of SHINGLE SPRINGS
     Government" means any member of the Tribal Council of SHINGLE SPRINGS, the
     SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory Authority or any independent board or body
     created to oversee any aspect of Gaming and any SHINGLE SPRINGS court
     official; "Relative" means an individual residing in the same household who
     is related as a spouse, father, mother, son or daughter.

     10.6  SHINGLE SPRINGS.  SHINGLE SPRINGS represents and warrants to KAR that
     SHINGLE SPRINGS has land located near Shingle Springs, California as
     legally described on Exhibit H hereto, which is held in trust by the United
     States for the benefit of SHINGLE SPRINGS.

11.  GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION.

     11.1  VOLUNTARY TERMINATION AND TERMINATION FOR CAUSE.  This Agreement may
     be terminated pursuant to the provisions of Section 4.4.4, 10.1, 10.2,
     10.3, 10.4, and 10.5.

     11.2  VOLUNTARY TERMINATION.  This Agreement may be terminated upon the
     mutual written consent and written approval of the parties.

     11.3  TERMINATION FOR CAUSE.  Either party may terminate this Agreement if
     the other party commits or allows to be committed any Material Breach of
     this Agreement. A Material Breach of this Agreement means a failure of
     either party to perform any material duty or obligation on its part for any
     twenty (20) consecutive days after notice, and shall include, but not be
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Agreement and those events identified as an Event of Default in Article 12 of
the Development Agreement. Any action taken or the adoption of any statue or
ordinance that taxes, materially prejudices or materially adversely affects or
imposes additional costs or burdens on KAR's rights or duties under this
Agreement shall be a Material Breach of this Agreement. Neither party may
terminate this Agreement on grounds of Material Breach unless it has provided
written notice to the other party of its intention to declare a default and to
terminate this Agreement and the defaulting party thereafter fails to cure or
take steps to substantially cure the default within thirty (30) days following
receipt of such notice. During the period specified in the notice to terminate,
either party may submit the matter to arbitration under the dispute resolution
provisions of this Agreement at Section 16. The discontinuance or correction of
a Material Breach shall constitute a cure thereof.

This Agreement may be terminated due to insolvency of KAR. KAR shall be
conclusively presumed to have become insolvent if KAR can no longer perform its
financial obligations hereunder, or;

     (a)  has filed for relief under Title 11 of the United States Code or has
     suffered the filing of an involuntary petition under Title 11 which is not
     dismissed within one (1) year after filing;

     (b)  has a receiver appointed to take possession of all or substantially
     all of KAR's property; or

     (c)  has suffered an assignment for the benefit of creditors.

SHINGLE SPRINGS may also terminate this Agreement immediately where KAR has had
its license withdrawn because KAR, or a director or officer of KAR, has been
convicted of a criminal felony or misdemeanor offense in the performance of KAR
duties hereunder; provided, however, SHINGLE SPRINGS may not terminate this
Agreement based on a director or officer's conviction where KAR terminates such
individual within ten (10) days after receiving notice of the conviction.

In the event of any termination for cause, regardless of fault, the parties
shall retain all money previously paid to them pursuant to Section 6 of this
Agreement; and SHINGLE SPRINGS shall retain title to all Enterprise facility
fixtures, improvements, supplies, equipment, funds and accounts, subject to the
rights of KAR under any security agreement and to the right of KAR to any
accrued and unpaid Net Revenues due under Section 6 of this Agreement. KAR shall
continue to have the right to repayment of unpaid principal and interest and
other amounts due to KAR or outstanding and guaranteed by KAR and/or KAR's
Affiliates (if KAR is called on to pay under such guarantee) under the Note,
Loan Agreement and/or Security and Reimbursement Agreement and advances made by
KAR and interest thereon or any other agreements entered into pursuant hereto.

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An election to pursue damages or to pursue specific performance of this
Agreement or other equitable remedies while this Agreement remains in effect
shall not preclude the injured party from providing notice of termination
pursuant to this Section 11.3. Neither shall termination preclude a suit for
damages.

11.4 INVOLUNTARY TERMINATION DUE TO CHANGES IN LEGAL REQUIREMENTS. It is the
understanding and intention of the parties that the establishment and operation
of the Enterprise shall conform to and comply with all Legal Requirements. If
during the term of this Agreement, the Enterprise of any material aspect of
Gaming is determined by the Congress of the United States, the Department of
the Interior of the United States of America, the NIGC, or the final judgment
of a court of competent jurisdiction to be unlawful under federal law, the
obligations of the parties hereto shall cease, and this Agreement shall be of
no further force and effect, provided that:

     (i)  KAR shall have the rights described in Section 4.4.1 of this
     Agreement;

     (ii) KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS shall retain all money previously paid to them
     pursuant to Section 6 of this Agreement;

     (iii)  funds of the Enterprise in any Enterprise account shall be paid and
     distributed in Section 6 of this Agreement;

     (iv) any money loaned to SHINGLE SPRINGS by or guaranteed by KAR or KAR's
     Affiliates (to the extent KAR or its Affiliates have paid under such
     guarantee) or owed to KAR or its Affiliates pursuant to the Interim
     Promissory Note or Security and Reimbursement Agreement shall be repaid to
     KAR or its Affiliates in accordance with the terms thereof; and

     (v)  any money loaned to the Enterprise by SHINGLE SPRINGS shall be repaid
     in accordance with the terms of this Agreement or that Loan Agreement
     entered into when the advance was made.

     (vi) SHINGLE SPRINGS shall retain its interest in the title (and any lease)
     to all Enterprise assets, including all Fixtures, Supplies and Equipment,
     subject to the rights of KAR under the Security and Reimbursement Agreement
     and subject to any requirements of financing arrangements.

11.5 KAR'S RIGHT TO TERMINATE AGREEMENT. KAR may terminate this Agreement
by written notice effective upon receipt if:

     (i)  Any SHINGLE SPRINGS, State or Federal authority where written approval
     is required fails to approve this Agreement, the Development Agreement or
     any related agreements or otherwise objects to any of the material terms
     thereof.

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     (ii)      KAR has been notified by any regulatory agency that the exercise
               of any performance by it of any obligation imposed by this
               Agreement, the Development Agreement or any related agreements
               will jeopardize the ability of KAR or any Affiliate to obtain or
               retain any license, permit or written approvals in other
               jurisdiction, and KAR is unable to immediately rectify any such
               complaint.

     (iii)     KAR has reason to believe that the exercise of any right or the
               performance by it or SHINGLE SPRINGS of any obligation imposed
               under this Agreement may reasonably be expected to result in the
               breach of any Legal Requirement and the parties have been unable
               to agree upon waiver of such right or performance within ten (10)
               days written notice by KAR.

     (iv)      Through its own actions, SHINGLE SPRINGS fails to make any
               payment to KAR when due within the time specified in this
               Agreement and a grace period of ten (10) days following written
               notice.

     (v)       The Development Agreement terminates, other than as a result of a
               default by KAR.

11.6      SHINGLE SPRING'S RIGHT TO TERMINATE AGREEMENT. SHINGLE SPRINGS may
terminate this Agreement by written notice effective upon receipt if:

     (i)       Any Federal or State authority, where written approval is
               required, fails to approve this Agreement or otherwise objects to
               the performance by KAR of any obligation imposed on it under this
               Agreement and KAR has not cured the circumstances giving rise to
               the failure to approve the objection with one hundred twenty
               (120).

     (ii)      SHINGLE SPRINGS has reason to believe that the performance by it
               or KAR of any obligation imposed under this Agreement may
               reasonably be expected to result in the breach of any Legal
               Requirement other than a Legal Requirement of the Tribe and the
               parties have been unable to agree upon waiver of such performance
               within twenty (20) days of written notice given by SHINGLE
               SPRINGS.

     (iii)     KAR fails to make any payment to SHINGLE SPRINGS when due,
               including but not limited to any Monthly Distribution Payment or
               any Minimum Monthly Priority Payment to SHINGLE SPRINGS within
               the time specified in this Agreement including any applicable
               grade period and a grace period of twenty (20) days after KAR's
               receipt of written notice of the amount due.

11.7      CONSEQUENCES OF KAR'S BREACH. In the event of the termination of this
Agreement by SHINGLE SPRINGS for cause under Section 11.3, KAR shall not,
except as provided in Section 11.3, have the right to its Management Fee from
the Enterprise accruing after the date of termination, but such termination
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relating to payment of the Management fees accruing through the date of
termination or repayment, recoupment and reimbursement of monies owed to KAR
and/or guaranteed by KAR and/or KAR's Affiliates under this Agreement, the
Development Agreement, the Loan Agreement, the Note, the Interim Promissory Note
and the Security and Reimbursement Agreement or any other agreements entered
pursuant hereto. Any Net Revenues accruing through the date of termination shall
be distributed in accordance with Section 6 of this Agreement. KAR and SHINGLE
SPRINGS acknowledge and agree that termination of this Agreement may not be a
sufficient or appropriate remedy for breach by KAR, and further agree that
pursuant to the other provisions of this Agreement, SHINGLE SPRINGS shall, upon
breach of this Agreement by the KAR, have the right to pursue such remedies (in
addition to termination) at law or equity as it determines are best able to
compensate it for such breach. KAR specifically acknowledges and agrees that
there may be irreparable harm to SHINGLE SPRINGS and that damages will be
difficult to determine if KAR commits a Material Breach, and KAR therefore
further acknowledges that an injunction and/or other equitable relief may be an
appropriate remedy for any such breach.

11.8  CONSEQUENCES OF SHINGLE SPRINGS BREACH. In the event of termination of
this Agreement by KAR for cause under Section 11.3, KAR shall not be required to
perform any further services under this Agreement and SHINGLE SPRINGS shall
indemnify and hold KAR and its Affiliates harmless against all liabilities of
any nature whatsoever relating to the Enterprise, but only insofar as these
liabilities result from acts within the control of SHINGLE SPRINGS or its agents
or from the termination of this Agreement. KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS acknowledge
and agree that termination of this Agreement may not be a sufficient or
appropriate remedy for breach by SHINGLE SPRINGS, and further agree that subject
to the provisions of Section 17, KAR shall, upon breach of this Agreement by
SHINGLE SPRINGS, have the right to pursue such remedies, including, without
limitation, actions to require payment of the Management Fee pursuant to Section
6 for a term equal to the then remaining term of this Agreement at the
percentage of Net Revenues specified in Section 6. SHINGLE SPRINGS specifically
acknowledges and agrees that there may be irreparable harm to KAR and that
damages will be difficult to determine if SHINGLE SPRINGS commits a material
breach, and SHINGLE SPRINGS therefore further acknowledges that an injunction
and/or other equitable relief may be an appropriate remedy for any such breach.
In any event, KAR shall have the right to its Management Fee accruing through
the date of termination as provided in Section 6 of this Agreement, and to the
repayment of unpaid principal and interest and other amounts due under the Note
from the Lender, Interim Note and any other note guaranteed by KAR or its
Affiliates, the Loan Agreement, and any other loans to SHINGLE SPRINGS, and the
Security and Reimbursement Agreement.

11.9  NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY TO CURE. Except where SHINGLE SPRINGS's Gaming
Ordinance or SHINGLE SPRING's Regulatory Authority's regulations provide for an
emergency and immediate termination of KAR's license, SHINGLE SPRINGS will give
KAR notice of any alleged violation of SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Ordinance by KAR

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     and thirty (30) days opportunity to cure before SHINGLE SPRINGS Regulatory
     Authority may take any action based on such alleged violation.

12.  CONCLUSION OF THE MANAGEMENT TERM. Upon the conclusion or the termination
of this Agreement, KAR shall have the following rights and obligations:

     12.1  TRANSITION.  KAR shall take reasonable steps for the orderly
     transition of management of the Enterprise to SHINGLE SPRINGS or its
     designee pursuant to a transition plan and such transition period shall be
     for a reasonable period but not less than thirty (30) days.

     12.2  UNDISTRIBUTED NET REVENUES.  If the Enterprise has accrued Net
     Revenues which have not been distributed under Section 6 of this Agreement,
     KAR shall receive an amount that is equal to the Management Fee it would
     have received had the distribution occurred during the term of the
     Management Agreement.

     12.3  BUYOUT.  Following thirty six (36) contiguous months of KAR operating
     the permanent Class III Gaming Facility for SHINGLE SPRINGS, SHINGLE
     SPRINGS shall have the right to buy KAR out of the Management Agreement
     with SHINGLE SPRINGS for the sum of all the monies KAR earned as a
     management fee exclusive of repayment of any notes for the previous 36
     months multiplied times five.

13.  CONSENTS AND APPROVALS.

     13.1  SHINGLE SPRINGS. Where written approval or consent or other action of
     SHINGLE SPRINGS is required, such written approval shall mean the written
     approval of the Tribal Council evidenced by a resolution thereof, certified
     by a SHINGLE SPRINGS official as having been duly adopted, or, if provided
     by resolution of the Tribal Council, the written approval of SHINGLE
     SPRINGS Regulatory Authority, or such other person or entity designated by
     resolution of the Tribal Council. Any such written approval, consent or
     action shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed; if no adverse written
     denial from the Tribal Council is given to KAR within seven (7) days of
     KAR's request, then the request shall be automatically approved provided
     that the foregoing does not apply where a specific provision of this
     Agreement allows SHINGLE SPRINGS an absolute right to deny written approval
     or consent or withhold action.

     13.2  KAR.  Where written approval or consent or other action of KAR is
     required, such written approval shall mean the written approval of KAR
     evidenced by a resolution thereof. Any such written approval, consent or
     other action shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.

14.  DISCLOSURES.

     14.1  SHAREHOLDERS AND DIRECTORS.  KAR warrants that on the date of this
     Agreement its shareholders, directors and officers are those listed at
     Exhibits F and G.


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14.2      WARRANTIES. KAR further warrants and represents as follows:

          (i)    no person or entity has any beneficial ownership interest in
               KAR other than as set forth herein;

          (ii)   no officer, director or owner of five percent (5%) or more of
               the stock of KAR has been arrested indicted for, convicted of, or
               pleaded nolo contendere to any felony or any gaming offense, or
               had any association with individuals or entities known to be
               connected with organized crime; and

          (iii)   no person or entity listed on Exhibit F and G to this
               Agreement, including any officers and directors of KAR, has been
               arrested, indicted for, convicted of, or pleaded nolo contendere
               to any felony or any gaming offense, or had any association with
               individuals or entities known to be connected with organized
               crime.

14.3      CRIMINAL AND CREDIT INVESTIGATION. KAR agrees that all of its
members, directors and officers (whether or not involved the Enterprise),
shall:


          (i)   consent to background investigation to be conducted by SHINGLE
               SPRINGS, the State, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (the
               "FBI") the NIGC or any other law enforcement or gaming regulatory
               authority to the extent required by the IGRA and the Compact,

          (ii)   be subject to licensing requirements in accordance with SHINGLE
               SPRINGS law and this Agreement,

          (iii)  consent to a background, criminal and credit investigation to
                be conducted by or for the NIGC, if required,

          (iv)   consent to a financial and credit investigation to be conducted
               by a credit reporting or investigation agency at the request of
               SHINGLE SPRINGS,

          (v)    cooperate fully with such investigations, and

          (vi)   disclose any information requested by SHINGLE SPRINGS which
                would facilitate the background and financial investigation. Any
               materially false or deceptive disclosures or failure to cooperate
               fully with such investigations by an employee of KAR or an
               employee of SHINGLE SPRINGS shall result in the immediate
               dismissal of such employee. The results of any such investigation
               may be disclosed by SHINGLE SPRINGS to federal officials and to
               such other regulatory authorities as required by law.


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14.4     DISCLOSURE AMENDMENTS. KAR agrees that whenever there is any material
change in the information disclosed pursuant to this Section 14 it shall notify
SHINGLE SPRINGS of such change not later than thirty (30) days following the
change or within ten (10) days after it becomes aware of such change, whichever
is later. SHINGLE SPRINGS shall, in turn, provide the Secretary or the Interior
and/or the NIGC (whichever is applicable) copies of any such notifications. All
of the warranties and agreements contained in this Section 14 shall apply to
any person or entity who would be listed in this Section 14 as a result of
such changes.

14.5     BREACH OF KAR'S WARRANTIES AND AGREEMENTS. The material breach of any
warranty or agreement to KAR contained in this Section 14 shall be grounds for
immediate termination of this Agreement; provided that

          (a)   if a breach of the warranty contained in clause (ii) of Section
     14.2 is discovered, and such breach was not disclosed by any background
     check conducted by the NIGC or the FBI as part of the NIGC's or other
     federal written approval of this Agreement, or was discovered by the FBI
     investigation but all the non-offending officers and directors or KAR sign
     sworn affidavits that they had no knowledge of such breach, then KAR shall
     have thirty (30) days after notice from SHINGLE SPRINGS to terminate the
     interest of the offending person or entity and, if such termination takes
     place, this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect; and

          (b)   if a breach relates to a failure to update changes in financial
     position or additional gaming related activities, then KAR shall have
     thirty (30) days after notice from SHINGLE SPRINGS to cure such default
     prior to termination.

15.     RECORDATION. At the option of KAR or SHINGLE SPRINGS, any security
agreement related to the Loan Agreement, including the Security and
Reimbursement Agreement, may be recorded in any public records. Where such
recordation is desired in any relevant recording office maintained by SHINGLE
SPRINGS, and/or in the public records of the BIA, SHINGLE SPRINGS will
accomplish such recordation upon the request of KAR. KAR shall promptly
reimburse SHINGLE SPRINGS for all expenses, including attorney fees, incurred
as a result of such request. No such recordation shall waive SHINGLE SPRINGS's
sovereign immunity.

16.      NO PRESENT LIEN, LEASE OR JOINT VENTURE. The parties agree and
expressly warrant that neither the Management Agreement nor any exhibit thereto
is a mortgage or lease and, consequently, does not convey any present interest
whatsoever in the Facility or the Property, nor any proprietary interest in the
Enterprise itself. The parties further agree and acknowledge that it is not
their intent, and that this Agreement shall not be construed, to create a joint
venture between SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR; rather, KAR shall be deemed to be an
independent contractor for all purposes hereunder.

17.      DISPUTE RESOLUTION.

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17.1  GENERAL.  The parties agree that binding arbitration pursuant to this
Article 17 shall be the remedy for all disputes, controversies and claims
arising out of this Development Agreement, Management Agreement, the Note, Loan
Agreement, the Interim Promissory Note and the Security and Reimbursement
Agreement, any documents or agreements referenced by any of these documents,
any agreements collateral thereto, or any notice of termination thereof,
including without limitation, any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of
any of these agreements. The parties intend that such arbitration shall provide
final and binding resolution of any dispute, and that action in any other forum
shall be brought only if necessary to compel arbitration, or to enforce an
arbitration award or order.

   (i)       Each party agrees that it will use its best efforts to negotiate
   an amicable resolution of any dispute between KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS arising
   from this Agreement. If SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR are unable to negotiate an
   amicable resolution of a dispute within fourteen (14) days from the date of
   notice of the dispute pursuant to the notice section of this Agreement, or
   such other period as the parties mutually agree in writing, either party may
   refer the matter to arbitration as provided herein.

   (ii)      SHINGLE SPRINGS's election to terminate this Agreement is,
   however, final and conclusive and not subject to dispute resolution between
   the parties, but only if the NIGC makes a final determination that KAR is not
   suitable to hold a license. The parties recognize that minor revisions of
   contracts before the NIGC is routine, and an NIGC notice requesting revisions
   in the Agreement shall not be grounds for termination by SHINGLE SPRINGS
   unless KAR refuses to make the changes necessary to obtain NIGC written
   approval.

17.2  ARBITRATION.

17.2.1  INITIATION OF ARBITRATION AND SELECTION OF ARBITRATORS.  Arbitration
shall be initiated by written notice by one party to the other pursuant to the
notice section of this Agreement, and the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the
American Arbitration Association shall thereafter apply. The arbitrators shall
have the power to grant equitable and injunctive relief and specific
performance as provided in this Agreement. If necessary, orders to compel
arbitration or enforce an arbitration award may be sought before the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of California and any federal
court having appellate jurisdiction over said court. If the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of California finds that it lacks
jurisdiction, SHINGLE SPRINGS consents to be sued in a Court of competent
jurisdiction. The arbitrator shall not have the power to award punitive
damages. The arbitrator shall be a licensed attorney knowledgeable in federal
Indian law and be appointed pursuant to the commercial arbitration rules of the
American Arbitration Association. All initial arbitration or

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judicial proceedings shall be instituted within twelve (12) months after the
claim accrues are shall be forever barred.

     (i)    CHOICE OF LAW. In determining any matter the Arbitrator shall apply
     the terms of this Agreement, without adding to, modifying or changing the
     terms in any respect, and shall apply federal and applicable State law.

     (ii)  PLACE OF HEARING. All arbitration hearings shall be held at a place
     designated by the arbitrator in Sacramento, California.

     (iii) CONFIDENTIALITY. The parties and the arbitrator(s) shall maintain
     strict confidentiality with respect to arbitration.

17.3 LIMITED WAIVER OF SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY. SHINGLE SPRINGS expressly and
irrevocably waives its immunity from suit as provided for and limited by this
Section. This waiver is limited to SHINGLE SPRINGS's consent to all arbitration
proceedings, and actions to compel arbitration and to enforce any awards or
orders issuing from such arbitration proceedings which are sought solely in
United States Court for the Eastern District of California and any federal court
having appellate jurisdiction over said court, provided that if the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of California finds that it lacks
jurisdiction, SHINGLE SPRINGS consents to be sued in a Court of competent
jurisdiction. Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to grant any
waiver of Tribal sovereign immunity to any third party. The arbitrators shall
not have the power to award punitive damages.

     (i) TIME PERIOD. The waiver granted herein shall commence as of the
     Effective Date of this Agreement and the Development Agreement and shall
     continue for one year following expiration, termination or cancellation of
     this Agreement, or termination of the Enterprise whichever is earlier, but
     shall remain effective for the duration of any arbitration, litigation or
     dispute resolution proceedings then pending, all appeals therefrom, and
     except as limited by this Section, to the full satisfaction of any awards
     or judgments which may issue from such proceedings, provided that an
     action to collect such judgments has been filed within one year of the date
     of the final judgment. Provided however, all collection actions shall
     terminate six (6) years after the date of the final judgment.

     (ii) LIMITATIONS OF ACTIONS. This limited waiver is specifically limited to
     the following actions and judicial remedies:

          (a) DAMAGES. The enforcement of an arbitrator's award of money
          damages provided that the waiver does not extend beyond the assets
          specified in Subsection (g) of this Section. No arbitrator or court
          shall have any authority or jurisdiction to order execution against
          any assets or revenues of SHINGLE SPRINGS except as provide in this
          Section or to award any punitive damages against SHINGLE SPRINGS.


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     (b)  CONSENTS AND APPROVALS. The enforcement of a determination by an
     arbitrator that SHINGLE SPRINGS's consent or written approval has been
     unreasonably withheld contrary to the terms of this Agreement.

     (a)       INJUNCTIVE RELIEF AND SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. The enforcement of a
     determination by an arbitrator that prohibits SHINGLE SPRINGS from taking
     any action that would prevent KAR from operating the Business pursuant to
     the terms of this Agreement, or that requires SHINGLE SPRINGS to
     specifically perform any obligation under this Agreement (other than an
     obligation to pay money which is protected by Subsection (g) of this
     Section.

     (b)       ACTION TO COMPEL ARBITRATION. An action to compel or enforce
     arbitration or arbitration awards or orders pursuant to this Section.

     (c)       SERVICE OF PROCESS. In any litigation or arbitration service of
     process on SHINGLE SPRINGS shall be effective if made by certified mail
     return receipt requested to the Chairperson of SHINGLE SPRINGS at the
     Address set for in Section 9.2 herewith.

     (d)       ENFORCEMENT. If enforcement of a judicial order or arbitration
     award becomes necessary by reason of failure of one or both parties to
     voluntarily comply, the parties agree that the matter may be resolved by
     entry of judgment on the award and enforcement as described herein.
     Without in any way limiting or expanding the provisions of this Section,
     SHINGLE SPRINGS expressly authorizes any governmental authorities which
     may lawfully exercise the right and duty to take any action authorized or
     ordered by any court to whom its sovereign immunity is waived pursuant to
     this Section, including without limitation, entering the Property and
     Facility for the purpose of executing against any property subject to a
     security interest or otherwise giving effect to any judgment properly
     entered pursuant to this Section; provide however, that in no instance
     shall any enforcement of any kind whatsoever be allowed against any assets
     of SHINGLE SPRINGS other than the limited assets of SHINGLE SPRINGS
     Specified in Subsection (g) below.

     (e)       LIMITATION UPON ENFORCEMENT. Damages awarded against SHINGLE
     SPRINGS or the Enterprise shall be satisfied solely from the distributable
     share of Net Revenues of SHINGLE SPRINGS from the Enterprise and the Net
     Revenues of any other SHINGLE SPRINGS gaming business of the kind
     contemplated and the Net Revenues of any future gaming business of any kind
     which is

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          operated by or for SHINGLE SPRINGS, whether or not operated under
          this Agreement, provided, however, that this limited waiver of
          sovereign immunity shall terminate with respect to the collection of
          any Net Revenues transferred from the accounts of any of these
          Businesses to SHINGLE SPRINGS or SHINGLE SPRINGS's bank account in
          the normal course of business. In no instance shall any enforcement
          of any kind whatsoever be allowed against any assets of SHINGLE
          SPRINGS other than those specified in this Subsection.

     17.4 PERFORMANCE DURING DISPUTES. Except where an Arbitrator concludes
     that operation by the KAR would violate applicable law or endanger the
     integrity of gaming, it is mutually agreed that during any kind of
     controversy, claim, disagreement or dispute, including a dispute as to the
     validity of this Agreement, KAR shall continue to possess the rights,
     duties, and obligations set forth in this Agreement, and SHINGLE SPRINGS
     and KAR shall continue their performance of the provisions of this
     Agreement and its exhibits. KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS shall agree that the
     Enterprise Bank Accounts shall not be subject to attachment, or rights of
     deduction or set off or counterclaim by either party. KAR and SHINGLE
     SPRINGS shall each be entitled to injunctive relief from a civil court or
     other competent authority to maintain such rights, duties, and obligations
     in the event of a threatened eviction during any dispute, controversy,
     claim or disagreement arising out of this Agreement.

18.  CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION.

     18.1 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Both parties agree that any information
     received concerning the other party during the performance of this
     Agreement, regarding the parties' organization, financial matters,
     marketing plans, or other information of a proprietary nature (the
     "Confidential Information"), will be treated by both parties in full
     confidence and except as required to allow KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS to
     perform their respective covenants and obligations hereunder, or in
     response to legal process or appropriate and necessary inquiry, and will
     not be revealed to any other persons, firms or organizations. The
     provision shall survive the termination of this Agreement for a period of
     two (2) years. Obligations not to use or disclose the Confidential
     Information shall not apply to Confidential Information which (a) has been
     made previously available to the public by SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR or KAR's
     Affiliates or becomes generally available to the public, unless the
     Confidential Information being made to the public results in a breach of
     this Agreement; (b) prior to the disclosure to SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR or
     KAR's Affiliates, was already rightfully in any such person's possession;
     or (c) is obtained by SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR or KAR's Affiliates from a
     third party who is lawfully in possession of such information, and not in
     violation of any contractual, legal or fiduciary obligation to SHINGLE
     SPRINGS or KAR or KAR's Affiliates, with respect to such Confidential
     Information and who does not require SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR or KAR's
     Affiliates to refrain from disclosing such Confidential Information, (d)
     is necessary for KAR to comply with Securities reporting requirements.

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19.      ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement, including the Schedules and Exhibits
referred to herein and any documents executed by the parties simultaneously
herewith, including the Development Agreement and the Interim Promissory Note
which are expressly incorporated herein by reference, constitutes the entire
understanding and agreement of the parties hereto and supersedes all other prior
agreements and understandings, written or oral, between the parties.

20.      GOVERNMENT SAVINGS CLAUSE. Each of the parties agrees to execute,
deliver and, if necessary, record any and all additional instruments,
certifications, amendments, modifications and other documents as may be required
by the United States Department of the Interior, BIA, and NIGC, the office of
the Field Solicitor, or any applicable statute, rule or regulation in order to
effectuate, complete, perfect, continue or preserve the respective rights,
obligations, liens and interests of the parties hereto to the fullest extent
permitted by law; provided, that any such additional instrument, certification,
amendment, modification or other document shall not materially change the
respective rights, remedies or obligations of SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR under this
Agreement or any other agreement or document related hereto.

21.      PREPARATION OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement was drafted and entered into
after careful review and upon the advice of competent counsel; it shall not be
construed more strongly for or against either party.

22.      STANDARD OF REASONABLENESS. Unless specifically provided otherwise,
all provisions of this Agreement and all collateral agreements shall be
governed by a standard of reasonableness.

23.      EXECUTION. This Agreement may be executed in four counterparts, two to
be retained by each party. Each of the four originals is equally valid. This
Agreement shall be deemed "executed" and shall be binding upon both parties when
properly executed and approved by the Chairperson of the NICG. IN WITNESS
WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the day and year
first above written.

SHINGLE SPRINGS BAND OF MIWOK INDIANS
By: /s/Jim Adams
    _________________________________
    Jim Adams, Chairperson

KEAN ARGOVITZ RESORTS-SHINGLE SPRINGS, LLC
By: /s/Kevin M. Kean
    _________________________________
    Kevin M. Kean, President



    Approved pursuant to 25 U.S.C. Section 2711
    Approved pursuant to 25 U.S.C. Section 81
    NATIONAL INDIAN GAMING COMMISSION
    By: _____________________________

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                                   EXHIBIT A
                         DISPUTE RESOLUTION BETWEEN KAR
                    AND ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEES BOARD OF REVIEW

Once an employee has been employed at the Enterprise for 90 calender days, the
employee may request a Board of Review if the employee feels job-related
problems have not been resolved. The employee may request a Board of Review to
protest decisions, work history entries, performance evaluations, any
disciplinary action including termination, etc. Three impartial members of the
Board shall decide to either uphold, modify, or overturn the original decision
made in relation to the issue the employee is protesting. The Board of review
is made up of five impartial members as follows:

1.   Two SHINGLE SPRINGS representatives:
2.   A KAR representative having no jurisdiction over the employee's department;
3.   A Human Resources representative who has not been involved in the
     employee's issue.
4.   An employee representative.

A Board of Review request form must be filed with Human Resources within seven
days of the incident or of the employee learning of the incident. A decision is
made on the basis of facts and evidence presented to the Board of Review. The
Board's decision is final and cannot be appealed or reversed by anyone in the
Enterprise. On an annual basis, employees are asked to volunteer for one year
terms as employee representative on the Board of Review.


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                                   EXHIBIT B
                         KEY EMPLOYEE JOB CATEGORIES

Vice President/General Manager
Director of Finance & Administration
Director of Marketing
Director of Casino Operations
Director of Human Resources
Casino Operations Managers (3)
Security/Surveillance Manager
Slot Performance Manager
Food & Beverage Manager
Technical Systems Manager
Human Resources Training Manager
Controller (Cashier Manager)
Cashiers Supervisor
Purchasing Supervisor




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                                    EXHIBIT C
                          ENTERPRISE INVESTMENT POLICY


RESOLUTION NO.    SHINGLE SPRINGS

(Gaming Enterprise Cash Management and Investment Policy) WHEREAS, The Shingle
Springs Band of Miwok Indians ("SHINGLE SPRINGS") is a federally recognized
Indian Tribe; and WHEREAS, SHINGLE SPRINGS has determined that facilities owned
by SHINGLE SPRINGS offering Class II and Class III gaming activities, as defined
in the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, Pub. L. 100-497, 25 U.S.C. Sections
1701-2721 and 18 U.S.C. 1166-1168 ("IGRA"), will be constructed and operated on
its lands; and WHEREAS, SHINGLE SPRINGS has entered into a Management Agreement
with KAR for the management of SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Enterprise, said
resolution having been approved by the NIGC on       ; and WHEREAS, SHINGLE
SPRINGS deems it in its best interest to provide for KAR to manage the gaming
Enterprise's short-term cash position so as to maximize income to SHINGLE
SPRINGS; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that in order to maximize SHINGLE
SPRINGS income and to manage its short term cash position, KAR is hereby
authorized, during the term of its Management Agreement with SHINGLE SPRINGS, to
invest cash of SHINGLE SPRINGS Gaming Enterprise in accordance with the attached
Investment Policy. CERTIFICATION Pursuant to (CITATIONS HERE) the Shingle
Springs Band of Miwok Indians, a quorum of members present at an Tribal Council
meeting held on               , 1999, by a vote of    for,    against,   not
voting, and         absent; the foregoing resolution was adopted.


     By: ________________________________
         Secretary


     By: ________________________________
         Jim Adams, Chairperson


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                     STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT POLICY FOR THE
                SHINGLE SPRINGS GAMING ENTERPRISE ("ENTERPRISE")

I.   Investment Objectives

     A.   Primary - to ensure the value and safety of principal invested in
     short-term money market securities.

     B.   Secondary - to ensure liquidity to meet projected and emergency cash
     needs: to provide for prudent diversification of investments to maximize
     investment income consistent with other objectives to comply with the
     requirements of the Enterprise's debt agreements.

II.  Investment Responsibility

     It will be the responsibility of KAR

     (1)  to invest funds for which the company has been designated as cash
     manager, and

     (2)  to maintain adequate records of all investments. All investments must
     conform to the Investment Guidelines.

II.  Investment Guidelines

     A.   Investment Types and Limitations

     The attached Exhibit "A" provides a description of the "Permitted
     Investments" for the Enterprise.

     B.   Investment Institutions

     In order for a firm to be included on the list of Investment Institutions
     that are approved for dealing with the Enterprise, an authorized signer of
     the firm must first execute a copy of the attached document. This will
     provide written verification of their being familiar with the types of
     securities ("Permitted Investments") that are acceptable under the
     Enterprise's Investment Policy. The KAR of Cash Management will be
     responsible for obtaining the executed document, distributing a list of
     approved institutions to designated Treasury personnel and retaining
     records of all investment contracts with those investment institutions.

II.  Investment Review

     An Investment Report is distributed on a daily basis to the Assistant
     Treasurer and Manager of Cash Management for review of adherence to the
     Investment Guidelines. In addition, the accuracy of the report is verified
     by the Manager of Treasury Administration, who matches the information on
     the report with the confirmations provided by the brokers. Discrepancies
     are investigated as they are received. A revised report, if necessary, is
     distributed by the Manager of Treasury Administration.

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                 EXHIBIT "A" OF EXHIBIT C PERMITTED INVESTMENTS

     (i)  marketable obligations of the United States having a maturity which
is not more than 60 days from the date of acquisition;

     (ii) marketable obligations of an agency of the United States, payment of
which is fully and directly guaranteed by the United States, which obligations
have a maturity which is not more than 60 days from the date of acquisition;

     (i)       certificates of deposit, time deposits, bankers' acceptances and
          other interest-bearing obligations

          (A)  having maturities of not more than 60 days from the date of
             acquisition thereof, and

          (B)  issued by any Managing Agent or any commercial bank (domestic or
             foreign) whose capital, surplus and undivided profits aggregate at
             all times at lease $250,000,000 and which is rated at least A or
             its equivalent by Standard & Poor's Corporation or Moody's
             Investors Service, Inc.

     (i)       banks having deposits in an aggregate amount of less than
          $5,000,000 and only on an overnight basis);

     (ii)      open market commercial paper with a maturity not in excess of 60
          days from the date of acquisition thereof which is rated A2 or its
          equivalent by Standard & Poor's Corporation or Moody's Investors
          Service, Inc.;

     (iii)     investments in Fidelity Money Market Trust or other comparable
          money market accounts that would be first approved by the Tribal
          Council, in an amount not to exceed $25,000,000 outstanding at any
          time;

     (iv)      fully secured repurchase obligations with a maturity not in
          excess of five days from the date of acquisition thereof for
          underlying Permitted Investments referred to in clauses (i), (ii) and
          (iii) above entered into with any Managing Agent or any commercial
          bank satisfying the qualifications specified in clause (iii) above or
          entered into with securities dealers of recognized national standing,
          if, but only if, (x) such agreements comply with the guidelines set
          forth in the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Counsel
          Supervisory Policy-Repurchase Agreements of Depository Institutions
          with Securities Dealers and others, as adopted by the Comptroller of
          Currency on October 31, 1985 (the "Supervisory Policy"), and (y)
          possession or control of the underlying securities is established as
          provided in the Supervisory Policy;

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(v)       other interest-bearing debt securities or obligations issued by any
corporation, which is rated A or its equivalent by Standard 7 Poor's
Corporation or Moody's Investors Service, Inc., which (w) are sold at a
discount, (x) have a maturity not in excess of 90 days from the date of
acquisition thereof, and (y) are dollar denominated or subject to a forward
rate contract.

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                                   EXHIBIT D
                SHINGLE SPRINGS IRREVOCABLE BANKING INSTRUCTIONS

The undersigned does hereby certify that he is the duly authorized Chairperson
of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians ("SHINGLE SPRINGS"), and that the
following resolutions were duly adopted by the Tribal Council and such
resolutions regarding banking arrangement of SHINGLE SPRING's gaming and related
ventures (the "Enterprise") are now in full force and effect:

RESOLVED, that upon written instruction from any employee of KAR as Manager for
SHINGLE SPRINGS ("KAR") holding one of the following positions (as certified by
the Secretary of KAR (hereinafter referred to as "Officer") or their designees:
President Senior Vice President Vice President Treasurer Controller Assistant
Treasurer SHINGLE SPRINGS may open bank accounts (the "Enterprise Bank
Accounts") with such banks (the "Bank(s)") as the Officers determine would be a
reasonable depository in any jurisdiction in which the Enterprise does business;

RESOLVED, that funds deposited in any of the Enterprise Bank Accounts may be
withdrawn only upon a check, draft, or order when signed by any TWO of the said
Officers, or their designee(s), whose signatures shall be duly certified to the
Bank (the "Certified Signers") by KAR, and not otherwise;

RESOLVED, that any TWO of the Officers or their designees may authorize the use
of facsimile signatures on an Enterprise Bank Account, and the Banks shall be
authorized to honor check, drafts, or orders up to Fifty Thousand Dollars
($50,000.00), when bearing the facsimilie signatures of any TWO of the
Certified Signers, and shall be entitled to honor and charge for all such
checks, drafts, or orders if such facsimilie signatures resemble the facsimilie
specimens duly certified by the Secretary of KAR and filed with the Bank;

RESOLVED, that consistent with these resolutions KAR is hereby authorized to
use phone initiated or electronic clearing house facilities of the Federal
Reserve System for the purpose of transferring Enterprise funds to and from
various banks;

RESOLVED, that KAR is hereby authorized to arrange for the servicing by a Bank
of any automatic teller machines purchased or leased on behalf of the
Enterprise;

RESOLVED, that the appointment of KAR and the Certified Signers shall be an
appointment coupled with an interest, and shall be irrevocable by SHINGLE
SPRINGS unless revocation is consented to in writing by KAR or this appointment
is terminated by an arbitration award entered and the Development Agreement
pursuant to the dispute resolution provisions of the Management Agreement
entered into by and between SHINGLE SPRINGS and KAR dated June 11, 1999, as the
same any have heretofore been or hereafter be amended (the "Management
Agreement" and the "Development Agreement", respectively);

RESOLVED, that the Enterprise Bank Accounts established and administered by KAR
shall not

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be subject to attachment, or any rights of deduction, set off or counterclaim
by KAR in the event of any disagreements between KAR and SHINGLE SPRINGS, it
being the intent that the assets in the Enterprise Bank Accounts will be used
solely for purposes permitted and provided for in the Management Agreement and
the Development Agreement, and recourse to said Enterprise Bank Accounts as a
remedy in the event of dispute shall be permitted only in the event so ordered
in an arbitration award entered pursuant to the dispute resolution provisions
of the Management Agreement and the Development Agreement.

RESOLVED, that any TWO of the Officers of KAR or their designees are hereby
authorized to execute and deliver any documents including signature cards,
authorizations, powers of attorney or appointment, or other documents which
they deem necessary and appropriate to give effect to the foregoing resolutions;

RESOLVED, that the Bank is hereby authorized to rely upon certificates signed
by any of the above named Officers of KAR or their designees as to all matters
concerning the identity, authority or signature of Certified Signers; and

RESOLVED, that each of the Officers, or their designees appointed in writing be,
and each of them hereby is, authorized to perform the obligations under the
agreements and contracts described in the aforesaid resolutions, and to
negotiate, execute and deliver on behalf of SHINGLE SPRINGS and to perform the
obligations under any and all other documents, agreements, contracts,and other
instruments that any one or more of the Officers deems necessary or desirable to
evidence and give effect to the transactions contemplated in the foregoing
resolutions, all upon such terms and conditions, not inconsistent with the
aforesaid resolutions, as any one or more of the Officers or their designees may
approve.

WITNESS my signature this 11 day of June, 1999
SHINGLE SPRINGS BAND OF MIWOK INDIANS


By:  /s/ JIM ADAMS
     ----------------------
     Jim Adams, Chairperson


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                                      EXHIBIT E
                       SHINGLE SPRINGS'S INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

1.01 COVERAGE

     1.01.1  REQUIRED INSURANCE. The following minimum insurance will be
obtained by KAR and maintained with respect to the Facility at all times during
the term of this Agreement:

     (a)       All-risk property insurance, including flood (if the Facility or
          Property is located in a Federal Emergency Management Area flood
          hazard district) and earthquake insurance, on the Facility in an
          amount equal to the full replacement value thereof (with no
          co-insurance clause);

     (b)       All-risk business interruption insurance and increased cost of
          operation insurance for full recovery of the pre-casualty projected
          Net Revenues of the Facility (or, if greater, the Minimum Monthly
          Priority Payment, the projected Operating Expenses and debt service
          for the Facility which are anticipated) for a period of one (1) year
          from the date of any casualty, or such additional period as SHINGLE
          SPRINGS may elect;

     (c)       Insurance against loss from accidental damage to, or from the
          explosion of, boilers in an amount equal to the full replacement value
          of the Property, and damage to adjacent property and property of
          others, in amounts acceptable to KAR;

     (d)       Business interruption insurance against loss from accidental
          damage to, or from the explosion of, boilers for full recovery of the
          projected Net Revenues (or, if greater, the Minimum Priority Payment,
          the projected Operating Expenses and debt service) for the entire
          period of any such business interruption but not less than one (1)
          year from the date of such casualty, or such additional period as
          SHINGLE SPRINGS may elect;

     (a)       Commercial general liability insurance naming SHINGLE SPRINGS as
          named insured and KAR as an additional insured, covering bodily
          injury, personal injury (including humiliation), broad form property
          damage (including completed operations), automobile liability
          (including owned, non-owned and leased automobiles) innkeeper's
          liability (including liquor liability) in applicable statutory
          amounts, products liability, and contractual liability in an amount
          equal to not less than $10,000,000 single limit per occurrence;

     (b)       Comprehensive crime insurance in an amount equal to not less
          than $10,000,000;

     (c)       Workers' compensation insurance equal to the statutory
          requirements of the State of California (which shall, in the case of
          KAR Employees be carried by KAR and in the case of all other employees
          be carried by SHINGLE SPRINGS, and which shall, in either case, be
          paid for by SHINGLE SPRINGS); and

     (d)       The amount of the minimum coverage in the above clause (e) may be
          lowered if an umbrella policy is furnished covering any excess of the
          liabilities

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          described in clause (e) with a combined limit of liability of not less
          than $50,000,000 per occurrence During construction of any
          improvements at the Facility, KAR shall further maintain or cause the
          general contractor responsible for such work, or, if no general
          contractor is employed, each subcontractor to maintain, in compliance
          with Sections 1.01.4 and 1.02, through and including 1.03, the
          following additional coverage in the following amounts:

(e)                 Statutory workers' compensation and other benefits as
          required by law, and employer's liability as required by law;

(f)                 Commercial general liability insurance, including
          contractor's and owner's liability, independent contractor's
          protective liability, contingent liability; products completed
          operations liability; all on occurrence basis, with personal injury
          coverage for injury to persons caused by long exposure as well as by
          an instantaneous happening, and broad form property damage removing
          the "XCU" exclusions relating to explosion, collapse, and underground
          property Damage.

Personal Injury
Each person               $25,000,000
Each Occurrence           $25,000,000

Personal and other Property Damage
Each Occurrence           $25,000,000

(g)                 Contractor's protective personal injury liability;

Each person               $25,000,000
Each Occurrence           $25,000,000

(h)                 Contractor's protective property, all risk coverage for all
          contractors' equipment;

Each Occurrence           $25,000,000

(i)                 Comprehensive automobile liability, including coverage for
          owned, non-owned, and hired automobiles:

Personal Injury
Each person               $2,000,000
Each Occurrence           $2,000,000
Property Damage
Each Occurrence           $2,000,000

(j)                 Completed operations and products liability shall be
          maintained for an additional two (2) years after final payment;

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(k)                 Builder's risk (all-risk completed value form)(either by
          amendment and endorsement or substitution for SHINGLE SPRINGS's
          property insurance policy), demolition, increased cost of
          reconstruction and such other riders or endorsements in such amounts
          as KAR may require in order to assure reconstruction of the Facility
          in the event of a casualty.

1.01.2  RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN. The obligation to maintain the insurance
policies required by the Management Agreement, the cost of which shall be an
Operating Expense and subject to the of the Management Agreement, shall lie
solely with KAR. During the budgeting process, KAR shall recommend to the
Tribal Council for its written approval a schedule setting forth the kinds and
amount of such insurance to be maintained by it during the ensuring policy year.

1.01.3  CHANGES IN COVERAGE. KAR shall have the right to raise the minimum
amount of insurance to be maintained with respect to the Facility under Section
1.01.1 and/or to require the insurance of additional risks, not specified
herein, in order to make such insurance compatible with prudent industry
standards (including consideration of the incremental cost thereof) and to
reflect increases in liability exposures, taking into account the size and
location of the Facility.

1.01.4  REQUIREMENTS. All policies of insurance shall, to the extent such
coverage is commercially available, be written on a "occurrence" basis. To the
extent that any insurance required hereby is or becomes available only on a
"claims made" basis, SHINGLE SPRINGS shall, as on Operating Expense, purchase
satisfactory extended reporting period endorsements to policies placed during
the term of the Management Agreement or, in the alternative, continue to insure
KAR as an additional insured party under policies of insurance placed after
termination of this Agreement until the expiration, without claim of all
applicable statutes of limitation as may be necessary to assure that KAR has
the benefit of the required insurance for causes of action arising out of
events occurring with respect to the Enterprise during the term of the
Management Agreement, whether or not any such claim is actually asserted prior
to the expiration or earlier termination thereof.

1.02.     POLICIES AND ENDORSEMENTS.

          1.02.1  POLICIES. All insurance coverage provided for under the
Management Agreement shall be effected by policies issued by insurance companies
authorized to do business in the state where the Enterprise is located that are
of good reputation and of sound and adequate financial responsibility, having an
A.M. Best's ("Best") Rating of B+ VII, or better or a comparable rating if Best
ceases to publish its rating or materially changes its rating standards or
procedures. KAR shall be entitled to object to an insurance company which meets
this standard, but only for reasonable cause based upon rates, claim experience,
and other similar pertinent considerations. The KAR shall deliver to SHINGLE
SPRINGS duplicate copies of the insurance policies or certificates of insurance
with respect to all of the policies of insurance so procured, including

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existing, additional and renewal policies, and in the case of insurance about
to expire, shall deliver duplicate copies of the insurance policies or
certificates of insurance with respect to the renewal policies to KAR not less
than ten (10) business days prior to the respective dates of expiration.
Certificates or duplicate copies of insurance shall be sent to KAR and SHINGLE
SPRINGS at the addresses contained in the Notices Section of this Agreement.

          1.02.2 ENDORSEMENT. All policies of insurance provided for under the
Management Agreement shall, to the extent obtainable, have attached thereto (a)
an endorsement that such policy shall not be canceled or materially changed
without at least thirty (30) days prior written notice to KAR, and (b) an
endorsement to the effect that no act or omission of SHINGLE SPRINGS or KAR,
other than nonpayment, after written notice thereof, of the premiums for such
policy, shall affect the obligation of the insurer to pay the full amount of any
loss sustained (but not to exceed, in any event, the policy limits). All
insurance policies required under clauses (e), (f), (j), (k), (m), and (n) of
Subsection 1.01.1, shall contain an endorsement to the effect that such
insurance shall be primary, not excess, and not contributory to any similar
insurance carried by KAR. Insurance carried under Subsections 1.01.1(i) through
and including (o) shall permit partial occupancy of the Facility prior to
Completion.

          1.02.3 ADDITIONAL INSURED. All policies of insurance required under
Subsection 1.01.1, shall be carried in the name of SHINGLE SPRINGS, and, if
required, name SHINGLE SPRINGS's mortgagees as additional insured, or, as
appropriate, mortgagees having the benefit of the standard New York form of
mortgagee endorsement. Losses thereunder shall be payable to the parties as
their respective interests may appear. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if SHINGLE
SPRINGS's first mortgagee is an Institutional Lender, and so requires, losses
under any fire or casualty policy may be made payable to such mortgagee, or to a
bank or trust company qualified to do business in the state where the Facility
is located, in either instance as trustee for the custody and disposition of the
proceeds therefrom. All liability policies shall name KAR, and in each case any
Affiliates which KAR may specify, and their respective directors, officers,
agents, employees, and partners as additional insured.

          1.03 WAIVER OF LIABILITY - FIRE & CASUALTY INSURANCE. To the extent
any loss is coverage by insurance proceeds actually paid or would be covered by
insurance required to be carried under this Agreement, but no otherwise, KAR and
SHINGLE SPRINGS each waive, release and discharge the other from all claims or
demands which each may have or acquire against the other, or against each
other's directors, officers, agents, employees, or partners, with respect to any
claims for any losses, damages, liability or expenses (including attorneys'
fees) incurred or sustained by either of them on account of damage to their
respective property (but not as to personal injury or property damage suffered
by third parties) arising out of the ownership, management, operation and
maintenance of the Facility, regardless whether any such claim or demand may
arise because of the fault or negligence of the other party or its officers,
partners, agents, and employees. Each policy of fire and property damage
insurance shall contain a specific

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waiver of subrogation reflecting the provisions of this Section 1.03, or a
provision to the affect that the existence of the preceding waiver shall not
affect the validity of any such policy or the obligation of the insurer to pay
the full amount of any loss sustained. Although KAR shall be named as an
additional insured party under any primary liability insurance required to be
maintained for the Facility, it shall not be a requirement that any excess
liability insurance policy maintained by KAR contain a waiver of the insurer's
right of subrogation, and the waiver contained herein shall not apply as to any
losses insured and paid pursuant to such policies.

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                                   EXHIBIT F
                          KAR'S OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

KEAN ARGOVITZ RESORTS-SHINGLE SPRINGS, LLC.

Kevin M. Kean

Jerry A. Argovitz

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                                   EXHIBIT G
                               KAR'S SHAREHOLDERS

KEAN ARGOVITZ RESORTS-SHINGLE SPRINGS, LLC.

Kevin M. Kean

Jerry A. Argovitz

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Source: OneCLE Business Contracts.