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FAQ 4b. Websites about Mah-Jongg

Latest update: April, 2020

FAQ 4a (see nav frame at left) lists websites that I refer people to most frequently. THIS part of FAQ 4 lists a lot more mah-jongg sites. When I learn of new useful sites, I always list them on my site somewhere. If you play American mah-jongg or if you're looking for information about your mah-jongg set, check not only below but also FAQ 4a. If you play Japanese mah-jongg, check not only below but also FAQ 25. If you're researching mah-jongg history, check not only below but also FAQ 11. If you play Mahjong Competition Rules (Chinese Official), check not only below but also FAQ 22. And that's not all, but I need to stop writing so this introduction doesn't get too long. The point is, check for additional links in whatever other FAQ or bulletin board contains subject matter you're interested in. And please notify webmaster at if you find dead links (please specify which links are dead).

Sites pop up or disappear all the time. I do not guarantee that the links below are all still active. You can use the Internet WayBack Machine ( and find web pages that have gone offline. In addition to checking the links below, I recommend that you also search the web yourself. Many of the sites linked below also contain links to other equally great sites about Mah-Jongg -- it never ends!

Oh... and if you are looking for sites about solitaire tile-matching games, see FAQ 12.  This page lists sites about true mah-jongg only.


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Mah-Jongg RULES Sites

A reminder: because every author describes the rules differently, it is not recommended that you spend a lot of time trying to reconcile one author's rules with another's (even when they are ostensibly defining the same "flavor" of mah-jongg!).

For reader convenience, these sites are categorized by "flavor." For a complete "menu" of the various flavors of mah-jongg, read FAQ 2b. Since some sites describe multiple varieties of mah-jongg, there is some duplication.

General Mah-Jongg INFORMATION Sites



Mah-Jongg TOURNAMENT Sites

Mah-Jongg LINKS Sites

Sites where you can find links to lots more mah-jongg sites - it never ends!


Why do I call them "Kards," you ask? See FAQ 7i.


Just in case English isn't your favorite language... (^_^)

Mah-Jongg-RELATED (or maybe not-quite-so-related) Sites

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