Developed by Confucius around 500 BC, the game of mahjong has entranced people for more than two millennia. Written for beginners, Teach Yourself Mahjong covers all the bases, from basic rules of play and scoring to advanced strategies. Each phase of play is clearly explained with the help of step-by-step illustrations, and key differences found in American mahjong variants are highlighted. This new edition covers the latest developments in the game, including the new Chinese Official International Rules.
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This useful guide explains why Mahjong has entranced people for centuries. Learn to play Mahjong simply and very quickly with reference to American and Japanese variations of the game as well as the basic fundamentals.About the Author:
David Pritchard is a games consultant and former games director of the Mind Sports Olympiad. He is the former editor-in-chief of Games & Puzzles magazine.
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