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The Mah Jong Player's Companion Paperback – April 1, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
All hands are shown in colour making it easy to understand as well as it is indexed so you can look up hands that can be made from tiles you have been dealt.
It includes scoring and strategies on how to place your tiles so others don't predict your hand. It includes organising a tournament and answers questions to the rules of the game.
The index is divided conveniently into RUNS, CHOWS, PAIRS, WINDS, DRAGONS, BAMBOO CHARACTER AND CIRCLE SUITS, and many more. I would highly recommend this book for new comers to Mah Jong.
My question is:, " Does each mixed chow have to be in the same suit order, circles, bamboos, characters or is it acceptable to have the mixed chow with the numbers sequential and one of each suit but not necessarily have the suits in the same order?"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a comprehensive book for newbies. Great illustrations and easy on the eye.Published 17 months ago by Theresa Young
replacement for previous book so it was just what I expected when I ordered it. Did not get the other book but that is okay,Published 24 months ago by Julie Olson
There are several hands listed in the back that are not illustrated in the book with the other hands! Please add them.Published on October 3, 2013 by Suelliott
This book arrived about 2 weeks early which was good. The book ordered was New, however, it has many creases and bends in it. I haven't started using it yet.Published on September 20, 2013 by LindaJ
This was a gift for my Wife, because she loves this game. She needed another one because others that want to play need to know the rules, there are too many to rememberPublished on July 24, 2013 by Duane Rumsey
I never knew there was that many hands possible in Mah Jong. I will need to keep this book handy. Great Illustrations.Published on May 1, 2013 by Joe Dombroski