Saturday 01 November 2014

Chinese Ban Officials From Public Mahjong! 

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CHINA - In light of the recent crackdown on public officials accepting bribes in the form of "easy bets" on mahjong, China has taken it's anti-corruption maneuvers one step further and has banned officials from publically playing mahjong.

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Dilution of bad luck

I'd rather say that the new uma rule encourages players far behind at last place to play big and risky. But other players need to play much safer. Of course, your "luck accident" repelled you back to the middle, but higher uma reduces the effects of such events: they are "diluted" by the big uma.
This is a comment on "New Uma Rule Rules at Edewecht "


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