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Japanese Mahjong

Japanese Mahjong

Known as Riichi, based on the Chinese game of Mahjong. Very addictive game played by four people that requires skills and luck to play. The difference between Chinese and Japanese version is that Japanese Mahjong is played with 136 tiles instead of 144. The tiles that are missing are the flower and the season tiles. Also, there are couple of new rules that apply to Japanese Mahjong, and those are Riichi and the use of Dora. The goal of Japanese Mahjong is to successfully create various combinations of tiles, some matched with the identical tile, and some arranged in a numerical order. With every successful combination player gets closer to winning the game. The game ends when one of the players has no more tiles to play. Each hand, players must pick a tile from the wall or a discarded tile, create a combination then discard a tile, and ultimately win the game. For complete explanation of the game rules and game play, we recommend you read this tutorial. It contains everything you need to know about Japanese Mahjong. Once you become familiar with this game, you will certainly enjoy it.

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