Thursday 28 May 2015

Luis Alberto Reprises Luxury Mahjong Sets In Four New Stones.

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LIMA Peru - Luis Alberto Quispe Aparicio, having previously created the world's most luxurious mahjong set out of ruby, reprises his original creation with four more tile collections, each as beautiful and captivating as the original, working with the four new semi-precious stones of tiger's eye, quartz, lapiz lazul, and jade.

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Is mahjong illegal in malaysia?

Is mahjong illegal in malaysia?
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1Thursday, 06 May 2010 12:03
Gareth Saunders
I looked up the "Laws of Malaysia - Act 289 - Common Gaming Houses Act 1953"
which defines gaming as:
=== QUOTE ===
"gaming" with its grammatical variations and ognate expressions means the playing of any game of chance or of mixed chance and skill for money or money's worth and includes the playing of any game specified in Column I of the First and Second Schedules and the playing or operation of any gaming machine;
=== END ===

Mahjong isn't specifically mentioned in "Column I of the First and Second Schedules" but "Jin Rummy" is which is pretty close. However, I imagine that the exact game played isn't the point, it's that it's any game of chance played in a public place that is bet upon for money (or similar).

There's an interesting thread about it here.

Search that page for "03-02-2006 01:01 PM" to find a really useful post.

Hope that's of help.

Gareth
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