Debbie’s Golden Rule #18 – Complain, complain, complain! Do your Mah Jongg buddies put you in the category of complainer? Can you turn this around, or should I dare ask? Do you want to turn this around?

DEDICATION: This blog is dedicated to the memory of Arlene Johnson, a dear friend who passed unexpectedly not long ago. Arlene was such a wonderful friend, and although Mah Jongg…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #17 – Praise the winner and their winning hand; you would expect nothing less from others.

Golden Rule #17: Praise the winner and their winning hand; you would expect nothing less from others. How easy is it for you to have just lost a hand and…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #16 – Be a humble winner; no one likes a gloater; you have not just won the lottery.

Golden Rule #16: Be a humble winner; no one likes a gloater; you have not just won the lottery.   There are no behavioral rules for mah jongg or books on…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #15 – Be considerate by keeping food and drink off the Mah Jongg table. If you enjoy some treats, please remember before touching the tiles to wipe your hand’s, dear peeps.

It would be a lot easier if their were rules on how to play Mah Jongg with ettiquette. But since there are none, I hope these blogs will give a…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #14 – Play at a nice pace. Everyone is entitled to take time, but don’t make me get out the egg timer! 

Golden Rule #14: Play at a nice pace. Everyone is entitled to take time, but don't make me get out the egg timer!  Let's take a look at how we…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #13 – Keep your phone on silent or vibrate while playing, everyone will appreciate this. If you are waiting on a call i.e., from a doctor, please let everyone know ahead of time. 

Play Mah Jongg/learn Mah Jongg with decorum and etiquette by following Debbie's Golden Rules of Mah Jongg. Golden Rule #13: Keep your phone on silent or vibrate while playing, everyone will…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #12 – Keep the chitter-chatter to a minimum during gameplay. For those of us that are a tad bit older, we need to concentrate. 

Learn how to play mahjong with Etiquette by following Debbie's Golden Rules of Mah Jongg  OK, let's face it, many of us have been playing mah jongg for many years. If…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #11 – Snap, crackle, and pop are sounds that are better suited to a bowl of Rice Crispies cereal. Leave the gum home, please.

Learn how to play Mah Jongg with etiquette by following Debbie’s Golden Rules of Mah Jongg We will be discussing Golden Rule #11 in this blog, which can be a…

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Debbie’s Golden Rule #10 – No announcements, please. If someone misses a Joker exchange or discards a Joker, don’t point it out.

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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…

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