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This mystery contains several questions under the topic of “Discards”. Common to all the questions – mahjong is declared. The zone of interest is in the discard zone, and the circumstances are all according to the MCR rules.

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Today’s mystery is not a mahjong problem per se, but instead it relates to “Math-Jong” – math around game of mahjong.

The date of our story is March 8th. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Mrs. Hudson and Inspector Lestrade are sitting at Baker Street 221 B and playing mahjong. They are arguing about what it means to be a high quality player and what it means to be a high-level tournament player.

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Dear mahjong lovers, MahjongNews is pleased to announce the start of the Fourth Season of our “Sherlock Holmes and Mahjong” mystery series. Just to remind everyone, this series has been published at MahjongNews (see link) in the years 2011, 2012, and 2013 (see the final standings of the 3rd Season here).

This year readers will be challenged to solve ten mahjong mysteries. Participants' answers for these ten individual mysteries will be scored, and their combined scores will determine their final standings.

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Dear mahjong lovers! With this mahjong story today we start the fourth season of the “Sherlock Holmes and Mahjong” series. Just to remind everyone, this series has been published at MahjongNews (see link) during the years 2011, 2012, and 2013 (see final ranking of the 3rd season here).

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BAD VÖSLAU, Austria – During the European Riichi Mahjong Championship, Martin Rep of Mahjong News has handed over the prizes to the winners of the Sherlock Holmes Mahjong Mystery Contest. First prize was for Sylvain Malbec from France, runners-up were Scott Miller from the USA and Quentin Porcherot from France.