Mahjong Mazzetti Betting Rules
There are 6 deck designs to choose from. A single deck of 40 cards of the selected design is used. The deck consists of 4 suits. Each card has a numeric value, see below;
To Start the Game
- Using the radial buttons at the bottom of the game screen, select the number of tiles you wish to play with (2, 3, 4, 5 or 6) and click on the Start button. The default tile number is 3.
How to Play
- Select the value of your chips. The currency will reflect the currency of your account. To select a chip value, click on the chip of the value you require. The following chip values are available: 0.5, 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 250. By default the 5 chip is selected.
- Place your chips on all but one of the available spots by clicking on them.Each click will place a chip of the selected value on the spot.Different chip values may be used on different spots by selecting differing chip values. If you hover over the different spots on the table, the spot is highlighted, and the stake on that spot is displayed.
- Once you are happy with your selection, click on Bet. The last tile will be allocated to the Dealer, your bet will be placed and all the tiles will be turned over.
All your tiles form one bet under one SlipID.
When the tiles have been turned over, the win (√) or lose (x) result of each tile appears above it. Any winnings will be credited to your account.
The payout for a tile having a value equal to the Dealer’s tile value is four fifths of your stake.
The payout for a tile having a value greater than the Dealer’s tile value is your stake x 2.
In the example below, the values shown on the middle and right tiles are higher than the Dealer’s tile, so the bet wins on both the middle and right tiles.
In the example below, the values shown on the middle tile is higher than the value on the Dealer’s tile, and the value on the right tile is lower than the value on the Dealer’s tile, so the bet wins on the middle tile and loses on the right tile.
In the example below, the value shown on the middle tile is higher than that of the Dealer’s tile and the value on the right tile is the same as the value of the Dealer’s tile, so the bet wins on both the middle and right tiles.
In the example below, the values shown on the middle and right tiles are lower than the Dealer’s tile, so the bet loses on both the middle and right tiles.
Theoretical %RTP (Return To Player)
Best Probability is the best probability of a winning event occurring.
|1 in 1.29
Note: Potential wins above the maximum payout per bet allowed will be capped and this will adversely affect your %RTP. The amount will depend on your currency and stake selection.