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Mahjong Solitaire Overview

Whether you’re a mahjong expert or a first-time player, this online mahjong solitaire game is for you! Mahjong solitaire, also known as shanghai or classic solitaire, is a variant of traditional game that will put your concentration skills to the test - you need to think quickly to remove all of the tiles from the board before the clock hits zero.

The good news is that mahjong solitaire is easy to learn. The goal is to remove all tiles from the board by matching them before time runs out. There’s a catch, though – you can only match two tiles that are both free. A tile is only considered ‘free’ if it is uncovered and unblocked on its left and right sides. If you are stuck and need a hint, click on the button in the bottom right corner of the game.

Mahjong Solitaire Fun Facts

- In traditional mahjong solitaire, it is sometimes considered to be bad luck if you win the first game.
- While playing mahjong, some people wear red for good luck.
- The word mahjong translates to “clattering sparrows” because of the noise the tiles make when dropped on a table.
- In some Chinese restaurants, patrons are offered mahjong tiles to play before or after their meal!

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