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View Poll Results: Do You Actually Play Mahjong?
I have never played it before
 
125 24.90%
After seeing the show, I might try playing
 
132 26.29%
Looks to confusing, never going to try
 
32 6.37%
I tried once, but I'm not into it
 
42 8.37%
I play frequently
 
171 34.06%
Voters: 502

04-08-09, 10:13 AM

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I play Japanese mahjong quite a lot, both online on Tenhou and with friends. I managed a pretty awesome dealer 9-han (baiman) hand once, but I wouldn't say I'm particulary good. 8kyu rank on Tenhou. :p

Mahjong anime are so much more awesome if you actually play the game.
 
04-09-09, 5:22 AM

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I managed to get a non-dealer (iirc, it was more than a year ago) yakuman once (with kokushi muso hand). I usually go for some high scoring hands, so I either win big or lose big. :)

I'm kinda reluctant to play on Tenhou though...even with multiple guides available in English, I'm still afraid to screw up. XD
 
04-09-09, 5:35 AM

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Tried Hong kong version of Mahjong and I liked it, I might try the japanese version if I have the chance to.
 
04-09-09, 2:30 PM

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I grew up playing this game with my family nearly weekly, so I play fairly frequently. Only issue is that the rules are slightly different than the style I play (Hong Kong Style), so it takes just a little while for me to adjust, but most of the aspects are about the same. (If there's a duplicate of this message, it's because the dormitory internet is a bleeding pile of dung).
 
04-09-09, 2:38 PM

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I'll give it a try but I probably won't like it as much as go.
 
04-09-09, 10:55 PM

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when u say mahjong as in the chinese way of playing with 4 people around a table right?
 
04-10-09, 6:09 AM

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FallenHope said:
when u say mahjong as in the chinese way of playing with 4 people around a table right?
You're on the Saki discussion board, did you think we were talking about the matching sets pyramid game? :)
 
04-10-09, 9:54 AM

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My best yet. :D

Tsumo, Baiman. 4000-8000 ten each.

http://i44.tinypic.com/2dubhy0.jpg

Damn, missing 2 points for the highscore list. >_<
 
04-10-09, 2:05 PM

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I've been wanting to learn for a while but never did. Mostly because my parents don't know how... Although my dad knows how to play go. ):


There is nothing in this world more ugly than imperfection
 
04-10-09, 4:18 PM

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never played before
but after watching I would like to learn i'm going to use the links provided here to attempt to pick it up ^.^
~May you continue being the Messiah....
 
04-10-09, 4:32 PM

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My Grandma is a tileshark hardcore hustler (among old ladies :P) and she is my mahjong sensei. I'm pretty good if I must say so myself. Japanese mahjong is essentially the same as Chinese, but the scoring is different. I'll pick it up before the show is over tho.

(Riichi is a pretty fun rule to play with, though I must admit ;))
 
04-10-09, 9:00 PM

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I play a lot with friends and relatives. Taiwanese, Chinese, American and jap style.
 
04-11-09, 1:23 AM

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chibuki said:
I used to play it on... I think it was NES if not Sega Genesis. Never knew what I'm doing; not interested.
same...only people like my Grandma and Grandpa knew how to play this without fail.
 
04-11-09, 4:32 PM

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AkaKizuato said:
Yes I do play Mahjong. Taiwanese and Guangdong Mahjong, but not Japanese Mahjong. I can understand mostly on what they're doing in Saki but not the scoring scheme. I have to read the Japanese scorings. It's pretty much the same as Guangdong Mahjong though


same here:P


 
04-27-09, 10:17 AM

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My parents taught me Chinese/Taiwanese Mahjong, but I forget it and I've never played it at all. But the Japanese version seems so cool >.<
 
04-27-09, 7:35 PM

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I play fairly frequently with a couple of my friends. But I really suck at it rofl.
 
04-28-09, 1:08 PM

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Yes, I play mahjong. But it's not the Japanese kind though, I play the cantonese version.
For all due respect sir, that's pretty screwed up right there.
 
04-29-09, 1:34 PM

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I <3 mahjong and I could take you all on :P
 
04-29-09, 11:48 PM

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i rarely have the chance to play, but i've played both 13 and 17 tiles. hardest part for me is scoring, which i just leave to others, easiest being tile counting and elimination in the end game

granted, i haven't started watching the anime yet, but i feel like for a lot of these types of anime (hikaru no go, shion no ou, etc.), not knowing the game doesn't undermine the character development and the sense of urgency at all. i never played shogi in my life but still enjoyed shion no ou a great deal.
 
04-30-09, 9:19 PM

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besides the one that comes on windows vista? nope, no idea how to play. i barely even win the matching one.
 
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