4 Best animes on Mahjong!
Yes, better anime about Mahjong. Being one of the most practiced traditional sports in Japan, Mahjong has always featured and everyone has heard of such a game/sport, even having no idea what it is. Mahjong, until a while ago to me was a little game of my PC that came installed from manufactures, with the aim of just combining pieces, which I discovered was totally different from the real Mahjong.
4. Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku
Global political figures, such as the Pope, Kim Jong Il, George W. Bush and recent Japanese prime ministers playing Mahjong against each other. In this different story we can see Mahjong matches being played creatively!
3. Shoubushi Densetsu Tetsuya
This story is an adaptation of the life of young ASADA Tetsuya, a famous novelist and mahjong player. Shinjuku, 1946, after the Pacific War. Tetsuya ASADA learn the secrets of Mahjong (a Chinese board game) from an elder, Boshuu, his mentor. ASADA soon becomes a great mahjong player, and eventually won his first title, Saint Jong (Jong Sei). The story of your life is adapted in this anime.
Saki was a girl who did not like to play Mahjong for having had a boring experience playing with her family. One day, she is invited by her friend to participate in the game, because one person was missing. At first, she demonstrated to be a beginner, but then surprised everyone with her technique. After this match, she knows the taste for victory and joins the varsity.
Shigeru Akagi is a young prodigy in the art of gambling. He appears out of nowhere to become a legend of the underworld in Japan with amazing and unbelievable victories. His talent is discovered in a game of mahjong against Yakuzas (Japanese mafia) where Akagi plays mahjong for the first time. Akagi possesses a combination of courage to venture into insane bets, absurd luck, incredible analytical ability, phenomenal bluffs, skill, occasionally cheating and steel nerves to literally destroy their opponents.
Yes, the best anime about Mahjong
The real Mahjong is like Poker in Japan. If you have no idea how it is to play this game/sport, and are interested in learning at least the basics, watching such Mahjong anime you will have a base on how to play. The easiest way to play is online, in Mahjongdragon (now in Portuguese!), there you will learn and play at ease!
It's not luck, it's strategy; Of the Greek Stratēgia!