Asian Casino Games

Asian casino games include types like Sic Bo, Mahjong and Pachinko to name a few.

“Sic Bo” is played with three, six-sided dice which are shaken inside a basket or cup with the outcome being determined by the sum of the three dice.

“Mahjong” is now an online Asian casino game played with tiles that involves skill, strategy and calculation.

“Pachinko” is an Asian gambling game similar to pinball but online all players need to do is click the play button to release a series of balls at about one every second until the stop button is clicked. The aim is to get as many balls in the winning pockets as possible.

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Sic Bo Game

Sic Bo Game is a game of chanceSic Bo Game is a game of chance. It is played with three dice and has a diverse range of betting options. You bet on a specific dice combination, or on the total value of the three dice.Sic Bo Game is a game of chance

 

Solo Mahjong Pro WMF Rules

solo-mahjong-pro-wmf-rulesThis is the single-player version of the classic Chinese game, played according to the World Mahjong Federation rules. You start out with a ready hand (one tile away from a win) and must find the right tile in the wall to complete it.  The wall is a set of 24 face-down tiles. Click on a tile to pick it. You have three chances per round to find the right tile. The number of picks left is displayed under the wall.

Below the wall is your hand. The space to the right of it holds the last picked tile, and the space just above it holds the discarded tiles. If you picked a tile from the wall and it hasn’t completed your hand, “No hand” will blink and the tile will be discarded automatically. You can also click on the tile to discard it yourself. After that, you can pick another tile. If you’ve picked three tiles and none of them have completed your hand, the round is over.

This is the single-player version of the classic Chinese game, played according to the World Mahjong Federation rules

Solo Mahjong Pro Japanese Rules

Solo Mahjong Pro Japanese Rules

This is the single-player version of the classic Chinese game, played according to Japanese rules (Tenwa). You start out with 14 tiles, and have to first discard one of them. When choosing the first tile to discard, your goal is to create a ready hand (a hand of 13 tiles which is one tile away from a winning hand). Then you must find the right tile in the wall to complete a winning hand.   Note that you can change your mind about the first discarded tile and take it back by clicking on it (to discard another), but only before you’ve picked the first tile from the wall.  The wall is a set of 24 face-down tiles.

Click on a tile to pick it. You have three chances per round to find the right tile. The number of picks left is displayed under the wall.   Below the wall is your hand. The space to the right of it holds the last picked tile, and the space just above it holds the discarded tiles. If you picked a tile from the wall and it hasn’t completed your hand, “No hand” will blink and the tile will be discarded automatically. You can also click on the tile to discard it yourself. After that, you can pick another tile. If you’ve picked three tiles and none of them have completed your hand, the round is over.

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