Yesterday I received a message from a Mah Jongg player who was kind enough to introduce me to her blog, The Mah Jongg Doctors.

The Mah Jongg Doctors are two avid Mah Jongg players – Susan and Barbara – who live in Westchester County.

Susan wrote:

“We love the game and try to find ways to spread the love of Mah Jongg to others.
We play in tournaments as often as we can and are willing to travel for Mah Jongg.
We took a transatlantic cruise this spring to Spain that included a Mah Jongg tournament!

We write about game strategies, answer questions asked, and tell anecdotes about the game.”

Their most recent posting is about all of the beautiful and varied sets they saw at a tournament in NJ. You can see many of these sets on their blog:  

Susan said – and I agree! – “So much fun to see the variety of sets that come to a tournament. And…fun to play with them as well.”

Check out this great blog written by Susan and Barbara and enjoy it as much as I am enjoying it… as well as this picture from their blog – this set is calling my name!!!


2 thoughts on “MAH JONGG DOCTORS!

  1. Arlene Shapiro

    The older Mah Jongg sets from the late 40’s, early 50’s have beautifully etched designs for Flowers with no numbers. When did manufacturers start numbering Flower tiles and why?


    1. mahjonggandme Post author

      Hi Arlene – great question! I am going to check with some of my experts and get back to you. My first thought was that it was for the American market but let me consult with the people who really know.


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