Mahjong is a traditional Chinese game played by four people. Players have to collect combinations by drawing or exchanging pieces of different motifs – called tiles – there are 144. The various rituals of this game, as well as the elaborate and complex rules, though easy to learn, make it particularly exciting….
Open to all – for all ages
Every Wednesday at 19h00
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The Go Club of La Tour-de-Peilz welcomes and encourages you to come and discover this marvellous game Go, and to play magnificent games in a pleasant setting.
Go (Weiqui in Chinese, Igo in Japanese, and Baduk in Corean) started in C (Goban), hina more than 4000 years ago. Go is a game of strategy in which two players share a board, a grid of 19 horizontal and 19 vertical lines, by placing alternatively a stone (Go-Ishi) of their colour (normally black or white) on an intersection. There is no luck in Go. Only the quality of the players counts….
For all ages
Every Friday from 7pm in the Swiss Museum of games
For more information: Rick Wertenbroek (079 528 00 76)
The Museum of Games has the pleasure of offering the children for 6 years old a chess club.
Timetable: every Saturday from 10am to 11:30am
For more information and registration please ask the reception of the Museum 021 977 23 00.