Saturday 01 November 2014

Chinese Ban Officials From Public Mahjong! 

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CHINA - In light of the recent crackdown on public officials accepting bribes in the form of "easy bets" on mahjong, China has taken it's anti-corruption maneuvers one step further and has banned officials from publically playing mahjong.

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From dices to tiles

I like your approach, c00pdNnatop. Speaking of "dots" I see the following version of events. Mrs. Hudson before acquaintance with mahjong played a lot games with dices ("yahtzee" etc.). When she looked at tiles D1, D3, D4 the appearance of "spots" reminded her spots at dices -- each such spot was corresponding to one point. So, she "sees" 14 spots at Dot tiles??
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