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A knowledge base is a repository of digital information to facilitate on-demand customer service. Here you will find content related to protocols, rulings, recommendations, and opinions from The National Mah Jongg League (NMJL) and other subject matter experts. Sources from the NMJL include Mah Jongg Made Easy, annual bulletins, cards, and letters to players.
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We created abstracts in these articles based on our interpretation of the NMJL rulings.
Questions regarding specific hands have been edited to be generic where the answer is reused. In situations where the NMJL bulletin omitted a player’s question, we created a question to the best of our ability to precede the answer from the NMJL. We have reworded questions for clarity in situations where a player’s question was ambiguous or complex.
When an answer to a question is found in Mah Jongg Made Easy (MJME), it was used in the article. If it is not found in MJME, the most accurate answer from a bulletin was used. If articles had inconsistent answers from the NMJL, we’ve written to them on behalf of the community asking for clarification. We will update the article accordingly upon receipt of their response.
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