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How do I get better at chaining in Mahjongg Solitiare?

 

I’m confused by how you “chain” in Mahjongg Solitaire. Can anyone share some tips on how this feature works and how best to use it in game play?

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Chaining in Mahjongg Solitaire is a way to boost your score. The score for each match is the suit points multiplied by the number of tiles remaining on the board. Each successive match of the same suit adds a chain multiplier. The value of each suits, from smallest to largest are: Wan, Circle, Bamboo, Wind, Dragon, Flower, and Season, so creating two Season matches in succession will give you the largest chain multiplier. Chaining is challenging but it can really boost your score if you are able to use it.

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Chaining in Mahjongg Solitaire is a way to boost your score. The score for each match is the suit points multiplied by the number of tiles remaining on the board. Each successive match of the same suit adds a chain multiplier. The value of each suits, from smallest to largest are: Wan, Circle, Bamboo, Wind, Dragon, Flower, and Season, so creating two Season matches in succession will give you the largest chain multiplier. Chaining is challenging but it can really boost your score if you are able to use it.

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