SOURCE: Taj Systems, Inc.

September 22, 2006 08:15 ET

Florida Man Acquires First Seat for World Series of TeenPatti

HOLLYWOOD, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 22, 2006 -- Taj Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TJSS), the gaming software developer based in Hollywood, FL recently announced its newest creation, the World Series of TeenPatti (WSOT), a big-money tournament featuring the popular three-card version of Poker. Now, the very first WSOT seat has been acquired by Mr. Girish Sharma, a Florida resident who outbid all others at an auction during a charity golf event in Palm Springs, CA.

"This seat is a gift for my father," said Sharma. The elder Sharma has been an avid fan and player of the game, and was very excited when he learned his son had bought him into the largest, most prestigious TeenPatti tournament ever. In addition to the seat, the generous son will also fly his father to the U.S. to participate in the first WSOT tournament next year.

The inaugural World Series of TeenPatti tournament is planned for the spring of 2007. Buy-In for the Main Event of the WSOT has been set at $1,250. Organizers expect over 1,000 players in this event, creating a prize pool greater than $1,000,000.

The Main Event of the WSOT will follow a format similar to the wildly popular World Series of Poker. Qualifying tournaments will take place in casinos around the world as this game is widely played by a large South Asian population throughout the globe. More information about the WSOT will be available at www.tajsystems.com until a formal World Series of TeenPatti website is launched.

Like Poker, TeenPatti is a multi-player game played against other players, not against the dealer or the "house." Therefore, there is no casino advantage over play. Until recently, the game has only been played in live settings, but now it can also be enjoyed online at www.TeenPatti.com, a licensee of Taj Systems.

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