Halstead & District

Mah-Jong

MAH-JONG
Group Co-ordinator: Carol Marner

Mah–Jong (“the sparrows”) is a game that originated in China, commonly played by four players. A Mah-Jong set consists of 144 tiles: three suits in circles; bamboos and characters; with winds and dragons plus extra tiles called flowers.
The basic game consists of collecting sets of tiles of the same number in one suit, plus winds and or dragons. Once this has been mastered, there are various set hands one can try.
We don’t take the game too seriously and usually have a good laugh.

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