RCT = Requested Confidential Treatment
FIRST AMENDMENT TO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT
THIS FIRST AMENDMENT TO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ("First Amendment") is made as of this 22nd
day of December, 1999, among Cardivan Company, a Nevada corporation; Corral United, Inc., a Nevada
corporation; Jackpot Enterprises Inc., a Nevada corporation; and Albertson's, Inc., a Delaware corporation.
1. The parties to this First Amendment entered a Settlement Agreement as of November 18, 1999, to resolve
disputes arising from license agreements and litigation identified therein; and now desire to amend the Settlement
Agreement to more accurately reflect their original intent.
1. Paragraph 13 of the Settlement Agreement is hereby omitted, and the following substituted in its place:
13. Albertson's agrees to give Cardivan a credit against the license fees it has paid to Albertson's on account of
the 15 Las Vegas stores, from the time that Raley's took possession until Feb. 1, 2000, ("Paid License Fees") to
the extent the Paid License Fees exceed the amount that United agreed to pay to Raley's. (The amount of excess
is approximately RCT per device per month reflecting a payment for the Southern Nevada stores of RCT per
device per month which amount constitutes the total amount of lost fees that Raley's would have received from
United for all devices in Nevada.) This credit shall automatically be reduced, and may be reduced to zero, by a)
the amount of the Paid License Fees, if any, that a court orders that Raley's is entitled to; and/or by b) the amount
of the Paid License Fees, if any, that Albertson's, and Cardivan agree should be paid to Raley's. This credit shall
not be given until both the Action and United Coin v. Cardivan, Albertson's, et al. filed in District Court, Clark
Co., Nevada, are dismissed or otherwise finally adjudicated.
2. In all other respects, the Settlement Agreement remains unchanged and in full force and effect.