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Pro: Mahjong-kai no Hikari to Kage

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Saki Biyori

Saki Biyori

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Detective Conan Magic File 3: Shinichi and Ran: Memories of Mahjong Tiles and Tanabata

Detective Conan Magic File 3: Shinichi and Ran: Memories of Mahjong Tiles and Tanabata

When Kogoro drags Ran and Conan with him to the Mahjong parlor one day, he soon becomes irritated at their interference at the table. Deciding to leave him to it, the pair retreat to another table, but when a man brings in a bamboo in readiness for Tanabata, Ran begins to reminisce about an incident that happened with Shinichi during their time in elementary school…

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Saki

Saki

Winning a game of Mahjong is hard; getting the same score every time is practically impossible. So imagine the surprise of the school Mahjong club when Saki Miyanaga walks in and does just that. Despite her dislike for the game, her talent is obvious and it's up to the club members - the top-heavy Nodoka, the energetic Yuuki, the cunning Mako and the permanently in control club president Hisa - to persuade her to join the club and help them reach the Nationals. But even then, will their combined skills be enough to overturn some of the toughest high school players the country has to offer?

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Saki: The Nationals

Saki: The Nationals

The National High School Mahjong Tournament has finally arrived, and Nodoka, Saki and the rest of the gang are eager to prove themselves in the arena! But winning it all won’t come easy, with fierce competitions on all sides from a variety of other Mahjong clubs, including Ako and her friends from Achiga High. Let the games begin!

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Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku

Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku

In the name of keeping global peace, politicians have come up with a new method of sorting out disputes: they meet in locations across the world and wager on a game of Mahjong. Koizumi is the former Prime Minister of Japan’s Cabinet who is not only a Mahjong master, but won't let anything stop him from attending a game – not even three bullets to the chest from hired hitmen! No matter what obstacles appear in his path, be they alien-controlled ministers, weapons of mass destruction hurtling towards Tokyo, or the resurrected form of Chairman Mao, Koizumi will play his best hand, down to the very last tile.

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Super Zugan

Super Zugan

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Shoubushi Densetsu Tetsuya

Shoubushi Densetsu Tetsuya

In the year 1947, the people of Shinjuku are down on their luck. With little money to buy food or necessities, some resort to gambling in order to survive. The Mahjong parlors are where the traveling Tetsuya chooses to spend his time, wiping the floor clean with his adversaries. However, once Tetsuya meets the intensely-skilled Boushu-san, he discovers that his own skills are lacking, and from now on Mahjong will never be the same! Does Tetsuya have what it takes to become a legendary gambler?

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Saki: Episode of Side A Specials

Saki: Episode of Side A Specials

The final four episodes of Saki: Episode of Side A.

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Saki: Episode of Side A

Saki: Episode of Side A

When their close friend and fellow mahjong player Nodoka transfers away to Nagano, Shizuno and Ako worry they will never see her again. But, when the two see her on television a year later winning the Middle School National Championship, they revive the defunct mahjong club at Achiga High with the hopes of meeting her at the tables of the high school tournament. It won't be easy, as the competition is full of monsters like Saki Miyanagi who seem to warp the very laws of probability. How can the plucky girls of the Achiga High Mahjong Club hope to compete, and will they manage to see their long lost friend again?

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Akagi

Akagi

One stormy night, a desperate man finds himself playing Mahjong with yakuza thugs; the prize is his life. He is losing, and death seems certain, until a teenage boy stumbles out of the darkness into the Mahjong parlor, drenched in rain. Allowed to watch, the boy soon offers to play in place of the marked man, and that night, a legend is born. After his first taste for Mahjong, Akagi Shigeru finds himself entangled in the dark underworld of Mahjong gambling: for money, reputation, and lives.

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