Created on Monday, 11 July 2011 17:42
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 18:00
Written by m.comerci
In my opinion, playing with someone two hours doesn’t give you so much information about his/her game style. You never know what were the starting tiles, how he/she developed the hand, and so on, and you really see the entire hand only if he/she makes mahjong (and it could happen just a couple of times in two hours). The only way would be watching a player from behind, following his/her way to combine the tiles through the round.
I think that much more information would be understandable just listening the comments and the tales between the rounds: by talking, and telling their hands (especially the ones they nearly finished, of course) players tell a lot on their way to play, what they think important and what not.
But, I know, listening the others’ tales of game is really boring: nobody does it, everybody just talk...