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Q. What is duplicate mahjong?
A. The short answer: players don't need to understand the details of the duplicate process, they just sit down at the walls provided to them and do their best as they normally would. The long answer is relevant only to tournament organizers. It's based on the way the walls are prebuilt for each hand. It is mahjong played with the elements of luck taken out, so that players can be ranked based solely on skill. This is a requirement in order for mahjong to be considered a mind sport, and for mahjong to qualify as a potential event in the 2020 Olympics.


Q. International competitions often use the official Chinese rules. How do I play Chinese mahjong?
A. To get you started, a great resource for the official Chinese game of mahjong can be downloaded: click here.


Q. Where can I learn more about Chinese mahjong?
A. Two great resources for Chinese mahjong:
1. Mahjong From A to Zhú by Scott D. Miller.
2. The Red Dragon & The West Wind: The Winning Guide to Official Chinese & American Mah-Jongg by Tom Sloper.


Q. Where can I get a set of mahjong tiles?
A. Try Yellow Mountain Imports.


Q. Is there a cheaper alternative to tiles for playing mahjong?
A. A set of mahjong playing cards is just $7.99 here.


Q. So where can I practice this awesome Chinese game online?
A. The official playing site of the Mahjong International League here.


Q. How do I get involved with the American Duplicate Mahjong Association?
A. Register here to keep up to date with the latest duplicate mahjong news.

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May 28, 2018, 09:33:19 pm by SDMiller | Views: 822 | Comments: 0

As a prelude to future Olympic events, the 2nd World Mahjong Mind Games (WMMG) is announced to take place in Taipei from the 17th to 25th of November, 2018.

The American Duplicate Mahjong Association (ADMA) is planning to have a demonstration event of American style mah-jongg during the WMMG, and all interested players are encouraged to participate, helping to showcase your American-style heritage in the home country of mahjong: China!

Interested players should contact Scott@mahjongnews.com.


Clockwise from top: Taipei skyline, Grand Hotel, Far Eastern Plaza, National Palace Museum, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Jiantan Station.
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August 03, 2017, 12:55:27 pm by SDMiller | Views: 542 | Comments: 1


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GBTimes, Beijing - The traditional Chinese table game Mahjong was officially named a mind sport by the International Mind Sports Association in April.The traditional Chinese table game Mahjong was officially named a mind sport by the International Mind Sports Association in April.
The International Mind Sports Association (IMSA) has applied to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to have six mind sports as demonstration events at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, including the Chinese game of Mahjong.

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April 08, 2017, 01:53:26 am by Wenlong Li | Views: 1108 | Comments: 0

Work in progress at the IMSA General Meeting in Denmark.

AARHUS, Denmark - the International Mind Sport Association (IMSA) General Meeting was held during the SportAccord Convention on 5th April, 2017. The application of the Mahjong International League(MIL) was unanimously approved, so now the IMSA counts on six affiliated international federations governing Bridge, Chess, Draughts, Go, Mahjong and XiangQi. During the same meeting, MIL President Frank NG was elected vice-president of IMSA, in charge of marketing and disseminating, while M.me Chen Zelan, the director of the Chinese Chess Institute, was elected President to lead the new Board of the IMSA. The resolution was made that the 2nd edition of the IMSA Elite Games will be held in Huai’an, Jiangsu Province, China, from 16th to 22nd December 2017.

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February 28, 2017, 10:56:32 pm by SDMiller | Views: 670 | Comments: 0

It's not for the beginner, because it doesn't teach you how to play the game, but if you already know the rules, it is an absolute must have.

It's the only riichi book in English that really teaches the strategy in depth. Hard to imagine what more he could possibly share, but Daina also promises a second volume. Download volume one now, and keep your eyes peeled for volume two.

Download found here: http://riichi.dynaman.net/


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