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Works best for someone who has already learned the basics. The strategy chapters are instructive.Published 5 months ago by Dr. S. Dunbar
This book was written in the 60's and teaches a form of proto-riichi mahjong, basically riichi mahjong without the riichi rule. No mention of any of the chinese hands are made. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jennifer Riordan
bought to go with a gift for a friend's sister. Have not heard if she liked the book but she loved the game so most likely likes the book as well.Published 8 months ago by Delania Lefever
“A Mah Jong Handbook” by Eleanor Noss Whitney presents a comprehensive overview of the game, with an emphasis on the Japanese version. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. J. Ford
A good primer. Like the examples on strategy. Our group is using this to begin learning the game.Published 15 months ago by Marilyn L Quail
This book is well constructed - moving through the elements of the game, set-up, play, and mah jong with all the relevant rules along the way. Highly recommendedPublished 17 months ago by jerry