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http://www.worlddomino.com/

Annual tournament In Andalusia, Alabama with a history of awarding over $450,000 in prize money and trophies. Includes area information, history of dominoes, previous champions, prize money, registration, tournament rules, and schedule of events.

http://www.domino-games.com/

Portal with a collection of rules, as well as a directory of domino games for Windows, Macintosh, PocketPC, PalmOS, and online play.

http://www.texas42.net/

Rules and strategy for 42, a four-player domino game. Graphics and sample hand included. Download available.

http://www.cribbageboard.com/

Shows drawings with brief explanation of some moves and the rules.

http://www.kingscrib.com/

Official site with game information, testimonials, photographs, and purchasing information.

http://www.delfosse.com/

Loose summary of Japanese terminology, game play and scoring.

http://www.mahjongg.com/

Includes related software, beginners guide, rules, history, symbolism, club and tournament listing, and links.

http://www.mahjongnews.com/

International competitions news, calendar and forum. European Mahjong Association player rankings. Summary of major rules used in tournaments. Book and computer game reviews. In English and Dutch.

http://www.sloperama.com/

Repository of the rec.games.mahjong newsgroup's FAQ. Documentation about most aspects of the game : rules variations, types of sets, accessories, tips for buyers and sellers, basic strategies, books, links. Exchange board to find players and trade sets.

http://www.mahjongcalculation.com/

Software for tracking and calculating game results.

http://www.mah-jongg-forum.de/

Forum mainly for players in Germany. In English and German.

http://www.charli.org/

Mahjong sets dealer giving advice about care, restoration and purchase of vintage sets.

http://www.4windsmj.com/

Information on the history, symbolism and rules of major Mahjong variants. Maintained by Lagarto, the maker of Four Winds Mah Jong game software.

http://www.lacobie.org/

Rules and guide to the game of Mahjong, with an emphasis on Hong Kong Old Style Scoring.

http://www.mahjonggmovie.com/

Documentary film about Jewish and Asian women who play Mahjong.

http://www.safalra.com/

Designed to have a scoring system that is simple, while emphasising skill rather than luck.

http://www.coololdgames.com/

Devoted to vintage board games of the 1920s through 1940s with an emphasis on Mahjong. Includes photo galleries and information on care and restoration.

http://www.japanese-mahjong.com/

Detailed instructions on playing Japanese Four and Three-Player Mahjong.

http://www.imahjong.com/

Archives of all postings made on Usenet rec.games.mahjong between January 1998 and November 2000.

http://www.mahjongmahjong.com/

A website dedicated to old Mah Jongg games and accessories.

http://www.japanesemahjong.net/

A complete reference for the Japanese Mahjong (reach mahjong). Rules, strategy guides and everything related to the game.

http://www.mahjongbritishrules.com/

An illustrated description of Mah-Jong (BMJA rules) with beginners’ guide. Advice & info about other sites, buying sets, clubs, organizations, teachers.

http://www.zj-mahjong.info/

A website about Mah Jongg scoring system developed for international competitions.

http://mahjong-europe.org/

Encourages, disseminates and coordinates the playing of Mahjong in Europe.

http://nationalmahjonggleague.org/

Represents American Maajh players since 1937. Publishes a new set of hands each year.

http://www.amja.net/

Formed in 1999 to promotes the game in the United-States of America.

http://www.wmfed.com/

An initiative of the Korean based software company TankSoft. Nonprofit organization for promoting Mahjong. Hosts online games and organizes world-wide tournaments with money prizes. In Chinese, English, Korean, and Japanese.

http://www.quintogame.com/

Information about the strategic board and card game for all ages created by Tom and Liz Norris.

http://www.compendia.co.uk/

Rules to the game of Mexican trains, played with double twelve dominoes.

http://www.dominoopen.64g.ru/

The proposed game allows one to place dominoes elements onto playing board squares.