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How to Play Mahjong By Anne Wentworth
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Although you may only be familiar with Mahjong as a single-player computer game, Mahjong is traditionally a Chinese gambling game that uses tiles instead of cards. Read on to learn how to play... More > Mahjong. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Mahjong step by step By Adrie van Geffen
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The official Chinese Competition Rules of mahjong explained and illustrated
Mahjong From A To Zhú By Scott D. Miller
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From the most common Chinese traditions to the most arcane, this text contains over forty different Mahjong variants with detailed explanations and hand illustrations to appeal to beginners and... More > masters alike. Ever wondered what else these beautiful tiles can do? Also included are games like Meow Meow Mahjong, Sap Tim Pun, Ten Phases, fortune telling and more. Tom Sloper of Sloperama Productions writes "Scott Miller has amassed an impressive amount of information about a great many mah-jongg variants. This is a work that all scholars and researchers of mah-jongg and games will need to add to their libraries. It's a valuable resource that's sure to add some branches to the family tree of mah-jongg."< Less
Mahjong from A to Zhú By Scott D. Miller
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From the most common Chinese traditions to the most arcane, this text contains over forty different Mahjong variants with detailed explanations and hand illustrations to appeal to beginners and... More > masters alike. Ever wondered what else these beautiful tiles can do? Also included are games like Meow Meow Mahjong, Sap Tim Pun, Ten Phases, fortune telling and more. Tom Sloper of Sloperama Productions writes "Scott Miller has amassed an impressive amount of information about a great many mah-jongg variants. This is a work that all scholars and researchers of mah-jongg and games will need to add to their libraries. It's a valuable resource that's sure to add some branches to the family tree of mah-jongg."< Less
Mahjong From A To Zhú By Scott D. Miller
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From the most common Chinese traditions to the most arcane, this text contains over forty different Mahjong variants with detailed explanations and hand illustrations to appeal to beginners and... More > masters alike. Ever wondered what else these beautiful tiles can do? Also included are games like Meow Meow Mahjong, Sap Tim Pun, Ten Phases, fortune telling and more. Tom Sloper of Sloperama Productions writes "Scott Miller has amassed an impressive amount of information about a great many mah-jongg variants. This is a work that all scholars and researchers of mah-jongg and games will need to add to their libraries. It's a valuable resource that's sure to add some branches to the family tree of mah-jongg."< Less
The Mahjong Murder Mysteries By Dale A. Johnson
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Gunner and Mark Wales are a father and son detective team who solve international crime related to Asia. Gunner is a polymath and eccentric, scholar of many languages and odd bits of knowledge. His... More > son Mark is a detective in the United States who is a dedicated professional who is reluctantly drawn by his father into murder mysteries that require his skill and his father’s quirky interests.< Less
Mahjong Stap voor Stap By Adrie van Geffen
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De officiële Chinese regels van het mahjongspel met opdrachten uitgelegd.
Riichi Mahjong: The Ultimate Guide to the Japanese Game Taking the World By Storm By Scott D. Miller
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“A must have. I warmly welcome this milestone work.” —Tina Christensen, President of the European Mahjong Association. “The best book about mahjong I have ever read.”... More > —Martin Diviš, European Riichi Mahjong Champion 2013-2016. "A wonderful journey through both the rules and the spirit of riichi mahjong.” —David Bresnick, President of the United States Professional Mahjong League. Mahjong; the most popular game in the world. This is the game that legends adorn, of scholars, and treasures, where dragons are borne. With winds that blow and fortunes that flow, it’s here through it all, our good fortune will call. Prepare to learn about a four-player tile game of winning hands, lucky tiles, sacred discards, glory, and woe. Are you up to the challenge?< Less
Riichi Mahjong: The Ultimate Guide to the Japanese Game Taking the World By Storm By Scott D. Miller
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Prepare to learn about a four-player tile game of winning hands, lucky tiles, sacred discards, glory, and woe. Are you up to the challenge? “A must have. I warmly welcome this milestone work... More > which will be an invaluable help for beginners and advanced players alike.” —Tina Christensen, President of the European Mahjong Association. Mahjong—the most popular game in the world. This is the game that legends adorn, of scholars, and treasures, where dragons are borne. With winds that blow and fortunes that flow, it’s here through it all, our good fortune will call. "A wonderful journey through both the rules and the spirit of riichi mahjong.” —David Bresnick, President of the United States Professional Mahjong League. “The best book about mahjong I have ever read” —Martin Diviš, European Riichi Mahjong Champion 2013-2016.< Less
Mah-Jong, the Game of a Hundred Intelligences: Pung Chow, Also Known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling By Lew Lysle Harr
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Mah-Jong, the Game of a Hundred Intelligences: Pung Chow, Also Known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling by Lew Lysle Harr, published in 1922. The origin of this game is lost in the mist of... More > centuries past. There is, though, an oral tradition to the effect that it was originated in the Court of the King of Wu, now known as Ning-Po, during the year of 472 B.C. to entertain his consort and her court ladies and to help them while away the time which lay heavily on their hands. This was about the time of Confucius. It is known to have been the Royal game, restricted to the use of Emperors and their friends of the Mandarin class for two thousand years. Mahjong is a game commonly played by four players (with some three-player variations found in Korea and Japan). Similar to the Western card game rummy, mahjong is a game of skill, strategy and calculation and involves a certain degree of chance.< Less