Brush Up Your Memory To Win At Mahjong Solitaire

Mahjong solitaire is a game that is also referred to as Mahjongg solitaire, which is simply a slight difference in the spelling of its name.. The other names for this game are single player Mahjong, shanghai solitaire and one-player Mahjong. This is one of the many types of solitaire games which is played by a single player with a set of 144 Mahjong tiles.


These 144 tiles are first arranged in special layouts. The tiles are positioned to face upward. The tile are said to be exposed, when it is possible for you while playing the game to move a tile to its left or right, without disturbing the other tiles. It is possible to move tiles that have at least the left or right side free and have no tiles placed on its top.


Click to remove tiles


It is identical pairs of these exposed tiles that have to be removed from the layout. As the pairs are removed, the lower layers of the layout get exposed for you to play. The pairs are removed with a click on the tiles.


The game ends when the layout gets empty, or if there are no more pairs from the exposed tiles. But, it is possible to have a reshuffle done, even if there are no more pairs on the layout, by clicking the reshuffle button. There can be a maximum of 5 reshuffles in a game of Mahjong solitaire.


Improving your memory is an important strategy to win at Mahjong games. This is because as most characters on the tiles look similar, you have to distinguish tile quickly and correctly while scanning over the tiles. If you manage to memorize where you last seen a similar piece, it will be easier for you to find pairs of tiles.


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