How to Play Mahjongg – Breaking the Wall in American Mahjongg

American Mahjongg is one of the hottest trends in gaming right now and for good reason. Online play is especially popular, introducing more players to this amazing game every day. Learning how to play Mahjongg isn’t difficult, but it does take time to master all the subtleties of the game. Strategic and challenging, American Mahjongg is a very popular game among all ages and provides hours of fun.

Before play can begin in American Mahjongg, the wall must be broken. In the classical version of Chinese Mahjongg this is a long, drawn out process but thankfully in the American variant this goes much quicker. The wall is made up of four sides with a total of thirty eight tiles in each: north, south, east and west. The player seated on the eastern side rolls a pair of dice and this determines whose wall will be broken and where. The player whose wall is chosen has to count the number rolled and break their wall at that point by taking the two tiles from that end and placing them up on top of the end of the wall to the right of the break. The two tiles mark that section as the dead wall, or flower wall. After the wall is broken game play continues until all tiles are gone or a player declares a mahjongg.

Mahjongg is an exciting and challenging game and continues to grow in popularity in the United States. This hot gaming trend is likely to continue due to the great social nature of the game, which inevitably leads to hours of fun! If you haven’t learned how to play Mahjongg, you are missing out big time! Go online or pick up a set of Mahjongg and challenge your friends and family today!

Are you ready to step into the exciting and wildly addictive world of Mahjongg? Our step-by-step DVD takes you by the hand and teaches you how to play Mahjongg in just hours!

Challenging, Strategic, Exotic — No wonder American Mahjongg is the hottest game around!

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The First Ever…

Rabbi Accidentally Discovers The Secret To Learning To Play Mahjong

In many Jewish communities, Mahjongg is in. People play Mahjongg for hours.

But as one Rabbi discovered, you have to be an “insider” to learn how to play.

He discovered the only way to learn to play mahjong is either by buying a book or finding someone patient enough to teach you.

But as a newbie to the game, you slow everything down. You not only slow down your teacher, but all of their partners as well.

They get frustrated and glare at you and make you feel uncomfortable.

Well, when this Rabbi heard about these complaints, he investigated and found out there wasn’t a single DVD teaching women How to Play Mah Jong.

So he went ahead and found one of the top players in his community and the rest is history.

Formally the domain of older women, Mah Jongg is “in” again and people are finding the game a challenging meeting of the minds.

While it’s a competitive game, everyone celebrates when someone excitedly says “MahJongg!”

Shouldn’t this be you?

The DVD featuring Susie is simple to understand. You watch it once, maybe a second time, and you are ready to sit down at the table and play.

It covers everything from how to set up your pieces to how to play the game of Mah Jongg.

And so much more.

You’ll never wonder if you are doing it wrong.

You’ll never be embarrassed by saying the wrong thing or making the wrong move.

You’ll understand strategy, which hand to play, and all the rules of playing American MahJongg.

So if you’ve been on the outside and want to learn how to play Mah Jongg but didn’t have a patient teacher, let Susie be your guide.

Susie has put up a website where you can watch free video clips from the DVD. You’ll fall in love with her patient and clear teaching style.

If you’ve heard the buzz about Mahjongg in your neighborhood and want to know more.

I have the perfect solution for you, the first ever DVD teaching you how to play American Mahjongg.

In this professional, easy to follow DVD you will learn to play Mahjongg with confidence.

Go to www.howtoplaymahjong.com for more information.

You’ll soon have more friends than ever before!

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