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mah jong

, mah-jongg
a game of Chinese origin, usually played by four people, in which tiles bearing various designs are drawn and discarded until one player has an entire hand of winning combinations
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However, according to Microsoft's calculations, there are 1048 kinds of concealed information at play in Japanese Mahjong compared to Texas hold 'em's 1,000.
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