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Feb 1, 2020 -- Extra Tickets!! Multiplayer Mahjong open for Ladder and Tournaments

Starting Feb 1, 2020 -- Get Extra Tickets playing Multiplayer Mahjong - it's open for Ladder and Tournaments
Posted by webmaster (moderator) Jan 25 2020 4:51PM

Our multiplayer mahjong or "Red Mahjong" is now open for html5 (web browser-based), iOS and Android phones and tablets. Starting Feb 1, 2020, we will be opening Multiplayer Mahjong for Ladder and Tournaments. Monthly Ladder payout - as in our gin & cribbage. We will also be adding extra 10 Tickets to all Mahjong Tournament winners in February and March 2020! In the Main Lobby of Red Mahjong, you can play with real players as well as with the training bots supporting Hong Kong, Japanese Riichi and (the simplest) Red Mahjong variations of multiplayer mahjong. All training bots are easily identifiable, and their description contain the exact algorithm of their play. <a target=_blank href=> Red Mahjong promotion video</a> <a target=_blank href=>Video Tutorial for Red Mahjong Variation</a> <A target=_blank href=>Hong Kong Mahjong Rules&gt;</a> <A target=_blank href=>Riichi Mahjong Rules&gt;</a> Hong Kong and Riichi variations are for 4 players while Red Mahjong is for 2 or 4 players. In the Main Hall, for 4-player variations you can elect to play either of the following: (1) All real players (2) 3 real players and 1 training bot (3) 2 real players and 2 training bots (4) 1 real player and 3 training bots For a 2-player variation of Red Mahjong, in the Main Hall, you can elect to play with the single real player or with a training bot. PLEASE NOTE: in multiplayer mahjong the timer is absolute: if a player did not make a timely move (and the default move is as low as 7 seconds per move!), the default pick-and-discard move will be made by the game itself!! Which also means that if one player has disconnected, during the disconnection the game is still proceeding with default pick-and-discard moves made for a disconnected player! The main reason for the above default behavior: (*) mahjong is traditionally expected to be played fast A few of the interesting features of the game: (a) you can switch from 2D to 3D table view and back (b) you can zoom and un-zoom the view

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