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Beginners
Stage 3

Introducing Flowers, Seasons, Kongs and the Kong Box

Stage 4

Introducing Additional Doubles

Stage 1

Some Basic Rules

Stage 2

Introducing the Winds and some Scoring

Stage 5

Introducing Special Hands

Stage 6

Using Tallies

Stage 7

Playing the Goulash

The Game
The Aim of the Game

General Strategy

Preparing to Play

Distribute the Tallies     Determine who is N, S, E, and W Wind     Determine the Prevailing Wind     Shuffle the Tiles     Build the Walls

Break into one Wall     The Kong Box     Deal out the Tiles     Select out any Flower or Season Tiles

Playing the Game

Starting the Game     Collecting Sets     Special Hands     Obtaining a New Tile     Claiming the Discarded Tile     Flower and Season Tiles

Concealed Sets     Converting a Pung to a Kong     One for Mah-Jong     Robbing the Kong     Finishing the Game

Variations of Play

The Goulash     The Game for 2 Players     The Game for 3 Players     The Game for 5 Players     Suggested Rule

Scoring
Tile Classification

Minor Tiles      Major Tiles     Honour Tiles     Bonus Tiles

Working Out the Players’ Scores

Overview     Calculating the Basic Score     Doubling

Special Hands

Doubling Three Times     Scoring 500 Points     Scoring 1,000 Points

Example Hands

Mah-Jong Hands     Non-Winning Hands

Settling Up

Paying the Winner     Paying the Other Players     Doubling for East Wind and the Limit     Example Payments

Sets

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The Tiles

Characters     Circles     Bamboos     Dragons     Winds     Flowers and Seasons     Plain Tiles     Jokers

Accessories

Dice     Tallies     Wind Discs and the Tong Box     Racks

Introducing Additional Doubles

Beginners
Stage 3

Introducing Flowers, Seasons, Kongs and the Kong Box

Stage 4
Stage 1

Some Basic Rules

Stage 2

Introducing the Winds and some Scoring

Stage 5

Introducing Special Hands

Stage 6

Using Tallies

Stage 7

Playing the Goulash

The Game
The Aim of the Game

General Strategy

Preparing to Play

Distribute the Tallies     Determine who is N, S, E, and W Wind     Determine the Prevailing Wind     Shuffle the Tiles     Build the Walls

Break into one Wall     The Kong Box     Deal out the Tiles     Select out any Flower or Season Tiles

Playing the Game

Starting the Game     Collecting Sets     Special Hands     Obtaining a New Tile     Claiming the Discarded Tile     Flower and Season Tiles

Concealed Sets     Converting a Pung to a Kong     One for Mah-Jong     Robbing the Kong     Finishing the Game

Variations of Play

The Goulash     The Game for 2 Players     The Game for 3 Players     The Game for 5 Players     Suggested Rule

Scoring
Tile Classification

Minor Tiles      Major Tiles     Honour Tiles     Bonus Tiles

Working Out the Players’ Scores

Overview     Calculating the Basic Score     Doubling

Special Hands

Doubling Three Times     Scoring 500 Points     Scoring 1,000 Points

Settling Up

Paying the Winner     Paying the Other Players     Doubling for East Wind and the Limit     Example Payments

Glossary

A to L     M to Z

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The Tiles

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