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Mah Jong Rules


Chinese Official Mah Jong Rules
Mah Jong is a Chinese game of skill, which involves four players. The game is played in general manner and is similar to all the versions of Mah Jong. However, the game pieces and scoring slightly differ depending on the regional variations. Read

Hong Kong Mah Jong Rules
Mah Jong is a Chinese game of skill, which involves four players. This game is played in general manner and is similar to other versions of mahjong. The game pieces and scoring, however, slightly differ depending on the regional variations. Read

American Style Mah Jong Rules
Mah Jong is a Chinese game of skill, which involves four players. The game is played in general manner and is similar to all the versions of Mah Jong. However, the game pieces and scoring slightly differ depending on the regional variations. Read

Japanese Modern (Riichi Competition) Mah Jong Rules
Mah Jong is a Chinese game of skill, which involves four players. The game is played in general manner and is similar to all the versions of mahjong. However, the game pieces and scoring slightly differ depending on the regional variations. Read

Taiwanese Mah Jong Rules
Mah Jong is a Chinese game of skill, which involves four players. This game is played in general manner and is similar to other versions of mahjong. The game pieces and scoring, however, slightly differ depending on the regional variations. Read

Mah Jong Scoring


Chinese Official Mah jong Scoring
Have you ever wondered why lots and lots of people are pretty engrossed in Chinese Official Mah Jong, Well, just think of an addictive leisure like going to a spa, hiking, mountain climbing, and shopping. They have one thing in common. They are all like an addictive pill that pulls you back for more. Read

Hong Kong Mah Jong Scoring
Have you ever wondered why lots and lots of people are pretty engrossed in Hong Kong Mah Jong, Well, just think of an addictive leisure like going to a spa, hiking, mountain climbing, and shopping. They have one thing in common. They are all like an addictive pill that pulls you back for more. Read

American Mah Jong Scoring
Have you ever wondered why lots and lots of people are pretty engrossed in American Mah Jong, Well, just think of an addictive leisure like going to a spa, hiking, mountain climbing, and shopping. They have one thing in common. They are all like an addictive pill that pulls you back for more. Read

Japanese Modern (Riichi Competition) Mah Jong Scoring
Have you ever wondered why lots and lots of people are pretty engrossed in Mah Jong, Well, just think of an addictive leisure like going to a spa, hiking, mountain climbing, and shopping. They have one thing in common. They are all like an addictive pill that pulls you back for more. Read

Taiwanese Mah Jong Scoring
Have you ever wondered why lots and lots of people are pretty engrossed in Mah Jong, Well, just think of an addictive leisure like going to a spa, hiking, mountain climbing, and shopping. They have one thing in common. They are all like an addictive pill that pulls you back for more.Read


Mah jong Game History


Mah Jong Game History
'Mah Jong' can be interpreted from Chinese word that means 'clattering sparrow', 'flax sparrow' or perhaps 'hemp bird'. This is due to the fact that the tiles when mixed up make a musical noise suggestive of the noise of several sparrows squabbling over strewn food crumbs. The west got a glance of Mahjong when it was launched in the international colony of Shanghai and after that in Japan, USA, and lastly Europe. When it was established in the west, it was asserted that it's origins were cloaked in the mists of time, but most facts seems to point to the game being developed in the late 1800's in the Ningpo area of China. Read
 
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