Have You Ever Played Mahjong?
It is a game of skill, intelligence, calculation and luck. Depending on the variation which is played, the amount of luck may vary from 20 to 80 percent. In China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and other countries mahjong is often used for gambling. The Chinese word 麻将 literally means "hemp general". In Cantonese an alternate writing, 麻雀, is more common (the same kanji are used in Japanese). In Cantonese this literally means "sparrow", while in Japanese it means "hemp sparrow", and is pronounced mā-jan.
I've never actually played it but it appears to be some weird combination of Gin Rummy and Dominoes. In the game centers here, (which I happen to visit on occasion to play "UFO Catcher") there are all kinds of video games. Well, one of them happens to be Mahjong and I discovered, hidden in the back of one of the centers, that the Mahjong games have an unusual payoff. Rather than receive money or credits towards new games, you can actually undress women. There were several different games gearing towards one's particular fetish. I didn't bother trying to play, but below is a photo of one of the display screens. (Since this is a family-friendly blog, I chose not to get too naughty.)
Next time you enter a game center, venture to the back of the room and Good Luck, you might just get lucky!