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Winning American Mah Jongg Strategies - A Guide for the Novice Player -Learn the "Secrets of Success" to Strategize Excel and Win at Mah Jongg - cover

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Winning American Mah Jongg Strategies - A Guide for the Novice Player -Learn the "Secrets of Success" to Strategize Excel and Win at Mah Jongg

Elaine Sandberg

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

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Summary

Master the fascinating and rewarding game of American Mahjong with this guide for beginners. "Strategies, strategies, strategies!  If I only knew more strategies I could win more games!" is the frequent lament of beginning Mahjong players.  Following up on the success of her acclaimed book, A Beginner's Guide to American Mah Jongg, bestselling author Elaine Sandberg's new book offers novice players the advice they need to excel at the game of Mahjong. Winning American Mah Jongg Strategies: A Guide for the Novice Player is the strategy guidebook that provides American Mahjongg beginners with the practical information they need to build hands, improve game-play skills, strategize, and win!This easy-to-follow, comprehensive book teaches players how to overcome common difficulties and provides the knowledge to sharpen strategic skills and increase win ratios. By showing beginners how to see and utilize different strategic elements and scenarios, players learn how to elevate their skills. Challenges covered in this Mahjongg book include: Finding the best hand The use of defensive tools To Expose or not to Expose and why Determining an opponent's hand And many more…Winning American Mah Jongg Strategies is a gem of a book that is the perfect gift for Mahjong players of all ages!
Available since: 08/07/2012.

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