SOURCE: Taj Systems, Inc.

November 28, 2005 08:30 ET

Poker Online Goes 3D

The New Generation of Online Poker in a 3D Animated Setting

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 28, 2005 -- 3D Animated Poker -- that's what you'll find at www.teenpatti.com. The site unveiled its newly licensed 3D animated Poker software today. This is arguably the best poker product the world has seen, and raises the bar to new heights for newcomers and seasoned operators alike. Like many industries, the implementation of the latest technology has improved the entertainment value for the end user, which is especially noticeable on TeenPatti.com.

The enhanced experience at the TeenPatti Poker Room does not come with an added expense. In fact, the software is completely free to download and play. Beginning this December, TeenPatti.com also launches monthly Free Roll Tournaments for its players, awarding the winners with valuable prizes such as paid vacations, valuable jewelry, and a chance to play in the World Series of Poker in 2006.

Teen Patti properly translated means "three-card" in Hindi, and is essentially a three-card variation of Poker played by Indians for centuries. The traditional Indian Teen Patti card game will also be hosted at TeenPatti.com. The software was created by developer and TeenPatti.com partner, LoboGaming Corp of Costa Rica. LoboGaming Corp is a wholly owned subsidiary of Taj Systems, Inc. (OTC: TJSS).

TeenPatti.com was designed to become the primary gaming site for the Indian market. While all the attention of the Asian gaming industry remains focused on China, Hong Kong, and South East Asia, the sizeable Indian market has been completely overlooked, until now. The TeenPatti.com Poker Room, a product of Yatahay, Ltd, is only the latest of many product releases planned by TeenPatti.com in upcoming weeks. For more information, visit.

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