This column dishes strategy, rules, etiquette, and even the amusing foibles of mah-jongg players. And it's free! Donations welcome.
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Frequently referenced columns:
American Mah-Jongg (2003 NMJL card. What's the only hand on the 2003 card that uses all three pairs? Is that your best option?
Chinese Official International Rules. You're dealer. Which tile do you discard first?
American Mah-Jongg (2003 NMJL card. It's the first left pass of the Charleston. What would you pass at this point?
Chinese Official International Rules. What two hands would you go for with this deal?
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NOTE: Because of my work schedule, I cannot always post a column every week.
The tile graphics used in this column are primarily a font that was modified by the author (adding corner indices and a Joker tile from a font created by Yoshiki Kita and available for free download at http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~mn8y-kt/font/font.html. Occasionally, the "Canton" font has been used in some columns. The Canton font is available for sale at http://www.partae.com/fonts/canton/canton.html.
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