My Account
Games Tile Games Mah Jongg
40
A game of Chinese origin usually played by four persons with tiles resembling dominoes and bearing various designs, which are drawn and discarded until one player wins with a hand of four combinations of three tiles each and a pair of matching tiles.
More information

Subcategories 3

Related categories 1

Information on the history, symbolism and rules of major Mahjong variants. Maintained by Lagarto, the maker of Four Winds Mah Jong game software.
Repository of the rec.games.mahjong newsgroup's FAQ. Documentation about most aspects of the game : rules variations, types of sets, accessories, tips for buyers and sellers, basic strategies, books, links. Exchange board to find players and trade sets.
Mahjong sets dealer giving advice about care, restoration and purchase of vintage sets.
Lists outlets in England, Scotland and Ireland where Mahjong sets can be purchased on-line and on the street. Downloadable print-it-yourself Mahjong kards
This weblog reports on the activities of a group of Hiroshima-based foreigners and their Japanese friends who play three-player mahjong.
Rules and guide to the game of Mahjong, with an emphasis on Hong Kong Old Style Scoring.
Weblog entry that points to the author's PDF guide to European classical rules.
1976's official hands and rules of the National Mahjongg League, Inc. [PDF]
Loose summary of Japanese terminology, game play and scoring.
History of the game, prior and after the 1920's.
An illustrated description of Mah-Jong (BMJA rules) with beginners’ guide. Advice and information about other sites, buying sets, clubs, organizations, teachers.
Documentary film about Jewish and Asian women who play Mahjong.
Explains Yahoo's 3-fan Hong Kong Old Style rules
Archives of all postings made on Usenet rec.games.mahjong between January 1998 and November 2000.
Discussion of rules for Mahjong play. No mahjong solitaire.
Rules and a Java-based computer game for the Singapore style of Mahjong.
Information and resources for Japanese, Riichi Mahjong. Also a listing of clubs, worldwide.
A wiki-style site. Focuses on the rules and scoring for different types variations.
A website dedicated to old Mah Jongg games and accessories.
Notes taken and adapted from various sources about the game.
Weekly columns about the game of Mahjong as it's played in Japan.
Describes American-style Mahjong as it is played today.
Designed to have a scoring system that is simple, while emphasising skill rather than luck.
Peter Gallagher's collection of Mahjong sets.
A website by Vegard Krog Petersen. Contains history, rules, layouts, and tilesets.
Summary of the scoring for Chinese classical rules.
Basic tactics and various tips.
History of the game. Descriptions of major rule variants and gameplay.
A website about Mah Jongg scoring system developed for international competitions.
Repository of the rec.games.mahjong newsgroup's FAQ. Documentation about most aspects of the game : rules variations, types of sets, accessories, tips for buyers and sellers, basic strategies, books, links. Exchange board to find players and trade sets.
Information on the history, symbolism and rules of major Mahjong variants. Maintained by Lagarto, the maker of Four Winds Mah Jong game software.
An illustrated description of Mah-Jong (BMJA rules) with beginners’ guide. Advice and information about other sites, buying sets, clubs, organizations, teachers.
Discussion of rules for Mahjong play. No mahjong solitaire.
Information and resources for Japanese, Riichi Mahjong. Also a listing of clubs, worldwide.
A website by Vegard Krog Petersen. Contains history, rules, layouts, and tilesets.
A website dedicated to old Mah Jongg games and accessories.
A website about Mah Jongg scoring system developed for international competitions.
Describes American-style Mahjong as it is played today.
Archives of all postings made on Usenet rec.games.mahjong between January 1998 and November 2000.
Explains Yahoo's 3-fan Hong Kong Old Style rules
A wiki-style site. Focuses on the rules and scoring for different types variations.
This weblog reports on the activities of a group of Hiroshima-based foreigners and their Japanese friends who play three-player mahjong.
Weblog entry that points to the author's PDF guide to European classical rules.
Weekly columns about the game of Mahjong as it's played in Japan.
Summary of the scoring for Chinese classical rules.
Documentary film about Jewish and Asian women who play Mahjong.
Lists outlets in England, Scotland and Ireland where Mahjong sets can be purchased on-line and on the street. Downloadable print-it-yourself Mahjong kards
Mahjong sets dealer giving advice about care, restoration and purchase of vintage sets.
Peter Gallagher's collection of Mahjong sets.
History of the game. Descriptions of major rule variants and gameplay.
History of the game, prior and after the 1920's.
Notes taken and adapted from various sources about the game.
Basic tactics and various tips.
Rules and guide to the game of Mahjong, with an emphasis on Hong Kong Old Style Scoring.
Designed to have a scoring system that is simple, while emphasising skill rather than luck.
Rules and a Java-based computer game for the Singapore style of Mahjong.
1976's official hands and rules of the National Mahjongg League, Inc. [PDF]
Loose summary of Japanese terminology, game play and scoring.

Other languages 4

Last update:
January 6, 2020 at 19:21:15 UTC
Games
Health
Home
News
Recreation
Reference
Regional
Science
Shopping
Society
Sports
All Languages
Arts
Business
Computers