Hello out there!
- Hi Jade,<br><br>There is a website you can go see
that will give you a good indication on what type of
game set you purchased at the flea market. It will
also show you how to determine if you have a full set
or not. They have color pictures on the website as
well to aide you in figuring out exactly what you have
purchased. <br>I've added the website which is titled Mah
Jongg Cyber Museum on this clubs "Links"
page.<br><br>There is also a link that I added for others wishing to
find distributors of Mah Jongg sets. You can find a
number of distributors by stopping by the web site
titled The Maj Exchange. That link is also provided in
the member's "Links" section of this
club.<br><br>Does anyone here (lurking or otherwise) play by the
National League standards for the game? <br><br>Happy
- Hi Tim,<br><br>If you would like to buy a
relatively inexpensive set, you can often find them at game
stores at your local mall. (Not the electronic game
stores, the board game stores where Chess games are
sold)<br><br>If you are looking for a more expensive or antique
set, or simply want to learn how to distinguish
between a valuable and inexpensive sets, you might
consider checking out the Mah Jongg Cyber Museum or The
Maj Exchange on the net. I have added both those
links to this club's "Links" page. The Maj Exchange
also has a links page which will direct you to
distributors of Mah Jongg game sets and replacement pieces.
- Hi, my name is Jeff. I am 24 and have been
playing Mahj for about six months now. I play mostly
Japanese rules but Chinese standard is no problem either.
For those of you interested in a twist, download the
demo of Isle of Four Winds: Rune War. You can get it
on download.com You can play standard Mahj or pick
one of nine wizards and compete for territories. The
tiles in your hand dictate what type of spells you can
cast and the monsters you can release on the other
players. Winning a hand of Mahj is what builds up your
spell power also. I really like it and I encourage you
to check it out.
- Hi all...I am learning this game and I was wondering about the "Chow" buttons. They have it set 3 ways: Chow**; *Chow*; and **Chow.<br><br>What is the difference? Thanks.