smoothgrh
smoothgrh
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December 28th, 2019 at 1:20:42 AM permalink
When I visited Hong Kong last year, I walked by a few mahjong clubs. Undoubtedly, they're playing for money inside. My question about that has always been "how do they handle a lame-o like me when I accidentally knock over tiles like I do all the time in home games?" An exhaustive 2 minutes of Googling did not help.

The answer probably is that people don't. But what if someone did???

Side note: I won $14 from my in-laws for the second consecutive time!

I did find a video that showed how most knocked-over tiles are prevented: automatic shufflers—whoa! Check out the 0:32 mark!

FleaStiff
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smoothgrh
December 28th, 2019 at 9:46:00 AM permalink
i'm in Florida where the only Mahjong Club near me was impressive and helpful on my "just passing by" visit several years ago, Unfortunately it is in the same shopping center as a noted Hookah Club wherein a man of Egyptian heritage murdered an American woman for being assertive. Obviously, I've not been anywhere near there since the murder.
MonkeyWithpain
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June 5th, 2020 at 12:26:13 PM permalink
This is a classic game that many adults, and let's be honest, those who play it, are the best in their field. This stimulates the brain and that is why there are several casinos that have them as additional games.

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