SOURCE: Taj Systems, Inc.

October 26, 2006 08:30 ET

The Three Card Poker Storm Is Raging

HOLLYWOOD, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 26, 2006 -- Software developer Taj Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TJSS) appears to be in the right place at the right time. Having created the Internet version of multi-player Three Card Poker, otherwise known as TeenPatti, Taj Systems is now banking on its newest brand, a million dollar tournament called the World Series of TeenPatti, to further fuel the tidal wave of interest being generated by this game.

Some estimates believe Three Card Poker has the potential of reaching Blackjack's popularity. The November issue of Casino Player magazine features an article about the overwhelming success of Three Card Poker, and quotes the Director of Game Development at ShuffleMaster Roger Snow saying, "Three Card Poker is the number one specialty game with 1,500 tables in casinos around the world."

With Poker magazines doing multi-page write ups and Internet sites promoting the game, Three-Card should only get bigger. Now there are even two major tournaments for players: The Three Card Poker National Championship at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas this November and the World Series of TeenPatti (Three-Card) next May at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno.

The first free qualifying tournament for the World Series of TeenPatti is being held in the greater Toronto area this Friday, October 27th and has already confirmed over 300 registrants. The tournament will kick off at 7:00 pm at the Grand Taj Banquet Hall in Mississauga, Ontario. Tourney info may be found at www.worldseriesofteenpatti.com.

TeenPatti, meaning three-card, is the Asian version of Three-card Poker, and believed by many to be even more exciting than eastern Three Card Poker. It offers the game in a multi-player setting, with increasing blinds and higher stakes. Tournament players compete against each other, not against the house. To practice multi-player Three Card Poker online, visit www.ThreeCard.com.

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