These are the steps for setting up a standard Hong Kong (or Singapore) Mahjong game board. Setting the Prevailing Wind and Game Wind To determine the Player Game Wind, each player throws three dice (two in some variants) and the player with the highest total is chosen as the dealer […]Read more
Guides to playing Mahjong.
Describes the pieces of equipment required to play Mahjong. Mahjong can be played either with a set of Mahjong tiles, or a set of Mahjong playing cards (sometimes spelled ‘kards’ to distinguish them from the list of standard hands used in American mahjong). Playing cards are often used when travelling […]Read more
An overview of Mahjong game rules and explanations of key terminology. To start the game, depending on the version of Mahjong being played, each player is dealt either 13 or 16 tiles. A ‘turn’ in Mahjong involves a player drawing a tile from the wall (or draw pile) and then […]Read more
jdr52blink asked: A friend told me she plays mahjong solitaire and gets up to round 18. When I play mahjong solitaire not using all my shuffles I can only reach up to round 3 or 4? The game just ends and tells me my Final Score. Why can’t I play […]Read more