Taj Systems, Inc.

Taj Systems, Inc.

October 11, 2006 08:00 ET

Let the Games Begin

TORONTO--(CCNMatthews - October 11, 2006) - Gaming software developer Taj Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TJSS) will be kicking off the road to the World Series of TeenPatti (WSOT) with its first free qualifying tournament taking place in the greater Toronto area. The event will be held on Friday, October 27, 2006 at the Grand Taj Banquet Hall in Mississauga, Ontario. The top finisher of this event will be awarded a valuable seat to play in the first World Series of TeenPatti (Three-card) Main Event in May of 2007.

The World Series of TeenPatti, created and managed by Taj Systems, is expected to be the single largest Three-card Poker tournament ever with an opening purse of at least one million dollars. The format is similar to the enormously popular World Series of Poker as each player will begin with an equal number of chips, and blinds or minimum antes will increase after each level. The ultimate object of the tournament is to outlast all other players and accumulate all the chips in the tournament. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top 10% of all players participating in the tournament. Buy-In for the Main Event has been set at $1,250.

The first regional qualifying tournament in Canada is free for participants and expected to host over 300 players, as most have already reserved their seats. Interested players are encouraged to register early as seating is limited. More information about the tourney may be found at www.teenpatti.com.

The event is also supported by Toronto's Weekly Voice newspaper, a TeenPatti.com marketing alliance partner, and highly influential organization speaking to the largest South Asian population in North America several times a week through its many assets, including two weekly newspapers, a radio station, and website.

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