Execs to Speak at Florida Gaming Summit

6 September 2006

HOLLYWOOD, Florida –- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Coinciding with the fall
launch of racetrack gaming in Broward County, key executives at each of the
county's four racinos will speak at the Oct. 16-17 Florida Gaming Summit to
discuss the opportunities and challenges of introducing 6,000 slot machines
into the market.

Veteran gaming analyst Lawrence Klatzkin, Managing Director at
Jefferies & Co., will moderate the hour-long panel, which includes:

* Daniel Adkins, Vice President, Mardi Gras Racetrack and Gaming

* Blake Cumbers, Vice President Development, Boyd Gaming Corp. (for
Dania Jai Alai)

* Paul Micucci, President and General Manager, Gulfstream Park

* Doug Shipley, Vice President and General Manager, Pompano Park

"The addition of slot machines will have a significant impact on the
operation and development of these four parimutuel facilities, as well as a
positive economic impact on the host communities. We will examine their
plans and analyze the critical issues ahead," Mr. Klatzkin said.

The 2nd annual Florida Gaming Summit takes place at the Seminole Hard
Rock Hotel & Casino here. The conference kicks off with an Oct. 16
reception featuring keynote speaker Mara Giulianti, Mayor of Hollywood. An
intensive, daylong program follows the next day with sessions covering
gaming's relationship with tourism, politics, and Indian tribes, as well as
a regional gaming overview.

Other keynote speakers include James F. Allen, CEO of Seminole Gaming,
and Bernard Goldstein, Chairman and CEO of Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.

Florida Gaming Summit sponsors include Advanced Electronic Systems,
Inc., Bally Technologies, Becker & Poliakoff PA, Casino Journal, Cooper
Levenson, Cope Linder Architects, International Game Technology, and WMS

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