(sometimes written 'kards' to distinguish it from the American
Mah Jongg Association (AMJA) scoring cards, which are spelled
with a 'c', and outline valid hands).
You may use any rules for regular Mah Jong when playing with
kards. The only major difference is that there is no wall to build;
use a shuffled pack instead of a wall.
In 1924 de la Rue published "The Pocket Guide to Mah Jong"
which advocated the use of Cards rather than Tiles.
Mah Jong Cards
Here are a few of the sets of Mah Jong cards available.
Print your own
Can't find any Mah Jong cards? Why not print your
Here's how to play Mah Jong using four packs of
standard playing cards.
Mhing® is the name of a Mah Jong-style game.
The rules supplied in the box are slightly different to most
forms of Mah Jong, however, the cards can be used to play standard
Mah Jong rules.
I have found a small number of outlets for Mah Jong cards in
the UK, and available to the UK.
You can find these in FAQ 07uk C.