Debbie Barnett

Debbie’s Golden Rule #9 – After a game is over, don’t ask another player why they made a chosen move. You are not the Mah Jongg police patrol, and each person is entitled to make their decisions about what or what not to do during gameplay. 

Learn American Mah Jongg Etiquette with Debbie’s Golden Rules of Mah Jongg  Hoping everyone had a wonderful Christmas with family and/or friends. I bet some of you even played Mah Jongg on Christmas day. Did you remember to take my Golden Rules with you? If not, print a copy of my Golden Rules now, and […]

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #8 – When a game has ended, if you were the bettor, don’t ask another player why they chose the hand they played as opposed to another hand. The tiles and hands are in the “eyes of the beholder.”

Learn to play American Mah Jongg with etiquette by using Debbie’s Golden Rules of Mah Jongg. Hello to all my Mah Jongg followers, and a big welcome to the new ones. I’ve been asked to pull in the reins on my blog posts. It seems some folks would like less information, while others are thrilled […]

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Debbie’s Golden Rules #s 4, 5, 6 & 7 – Don’t dive across the table and grab the joker when doing a joker exchange. You’re not diving for a buried treasure and more!

Learn American Mah Jongg etiquette with Debbie’s Golden Rules of Mah Jongg Before I delve into Debbie’s Golden Rules, numbers 4-7, please review the Golden Rules 1-3 to familiarize yourself again with the differences between habits and behaviors and how you can become a master of your habits and a professed habit master. Reading a […]

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #s 1, 2 & 3 – Wait until all your tiles are dealt out before racking them; this will prevent a misdeal and someone ending up short on tiles and more.

Learn Mah Jongg with Debbie’s Golden Rules of Mah Jongg With proper etiquette, you can learn Mah Jongg and become a master of your habits. The game of Mah Jongg, like any game, can be learned by being taught the American Mah Jongg rules, reading about American Mah Jongg strategy or my new beginner’s book, […]

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