This deal is at a Mahjong network a new exiting online game. They have now opened up to new props for a limited time. This is a rare opportunity to prop at a site like this so it is very important that any applications are from serious props that know how to follow prop rules.
Rule types: Classic, Riichi, International
Game types: Full Game, Single hand, Multi table tournaments.
Up to 135% in compensation.
$0-$500 in rake per month 120%
Compensation payouts are made 2 times a month (1st and 15th)
Deposit and transaction fees are deducted for props.
Frequently asked questions about this site
I already got an account at this site, can I still be a prop here?
-Yes just let us know your username
Where do I get my rakeback, and what day am I being paid?
- You are paid bi monthly to your account.
Can I see how much I have raked?
- No, unfortunately not, but as they pay you bi monthly and you will see it in your account history soon enough.
Rules and restrictions
1. No more than 2 props at each table
2. Props should take the last seat at a table
3. Props should start up new tables if there are no free seats for real players
4. Any violation of the prop limits will result in the prop account being closed and accrued payment being forfeited.
5. Props are not eligible for ANY promotions. The prop players are allowed to open up a second account with regular rakeback in order to be eligible for promotions.
6. Props may not curse in chat. Either they have to be silent OR friendly
7. Props may not tell anyone that they are props
8. Before you start propping, check in to the shiftmanager at Yahoo IM or MSN Messenger by sending "alias is checking in for propping at Prop Site Name, table xx, blinds xx" The shiftmanager does not usually respond unless you break the rules or there are some other kind of issue regarding your prop play. The shiftmanager is not a live support.
About the Game
Often referred to as "Asian poker," Mahjong is the most widely played game in China and is hugely popular throughout Asia. Its popularity has also spread to North America and Europe.
How to play
In Mahjong, the four players sit at a table facing each other, as when playing bridge or whist. Unlike these card games, Mahjong players do NOT play in teams rather, it is every player for himself.
Each deal begins by shuffling and arranging the 144 tiles in a square 2x18 tiles long on every side, called the Wall. Then each player draws (according to a certain ritual) 13 tiles each; the exception is the player in the East seat, who draws 14 tiles. (Here, this entire process is taken care of by the software.)
The players, starting with East who must first discard one of his/her tiles, now in counterclockwise order take turns to draw tiles: either the last one discarded by a previous player or the next available one from the Wall. After drawing, that same player must immediately discard a tile, after which it is the next player's turn.
While drawing and discarding, each player tries to exchange and arrange his/her tiles so as to form them into a Mahjong hand (four sets and a pair). The first player to accomplish this declares Mahjong!, upon which the game immediately stops. Note that a player declaring Mahjong and thereby going out, does not discard a tile in that same turn.
The winning player is then paid by all the others: the more valuable the hand, the more points he/she gets. Then the other players pay off each other for the sets and bonus tiles accumulated so far, after which all the tiles are shuffled together again and another deal begins.
Mahjong is also playable with two or three players instead of four (though the game works best with four), following the same principles as above.