A game of Chinese origin usually played by four persons with tiles resembling dominoes and bearing various designs, which are drawn and discarded until one player wins with a hand of four combinations of three tiles each and a pair of matching tiles.
Classic Games: Concentration and memory match games, tic-tac-toe, mahjong, Bingo, card games, and slide puzzle games can all be holiday-themed by featuring candy canes, Christmas trees, nativity scenes, and other seasonal images.
There is also no explicit differentiation between beginner and advanced players, so it is not uncommon to head to a table filled with sharks, while you are still a relative guppy in the tank of Mahjong players.
When a tile is discarded by a player, you are presented with all the possible choices -- pass, chow, pung, kung, and mahjong -- but the game is not set up to remove the moves that you cannot do.
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The tables are arranged in "lounges" for beginners, intermediate, and advanced Mahjong players, so you can usually find a game with players with the same skill level as you.