Reach Mahjong: The Only Way to Play
Written by Jenn Barr, the first American to be inducted into the prestigious Japan Professional Mahjong League, Reach Mahjong is the best resource for learning all the tricks of the pros of the game. It makes players out of total beginners, introducing the fascinating world of mahjong, explaining the background, rules, and strategies, and enabling a newbie to participate within hours. For the first time ever, daunting Japanese terms and rules are translated and simplified for the edification of players of all ages.
In these pages, Jenn addresses everyone, from novices to experts, so even experience mahjong players will find something new to learn. With full-color illustrations, all the tiles, tools, and hands of the game are easy to recognize and soft on the eyes.
Have a seat and get ready to learn a unique hobby that will challenge you and your friends forever. Once you start playing, you’ll never want to stop.
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