NPMahjong: Nicolas Prois creating Mahjong Reviews, Coaching and Translation
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Support the Riichi Mahjong World
For just one coin, you support my activities promoting Riichi Mahjong across the world and get access to most of the mahjong posts. There's no access to the Discord Channel but you get to read most of the mahjong posts.
Access to Exclusive Mahjong Content
You'll get access to most mahjong articles, translations and mahjong related content I'll release only through this Patreon. You're also invited to join the Exclusive Mahjong Channel on discord to join me directly in mahjong discussions in English.
All of the above + Game reviews
I'll review one of your games a month and give you personalized advice to improve. Also, all posts in my official blog will mention you and/or your club thanking you for your support.
You will of course also get access to the EMC channel, most mahjong posts, exclusive translations and mahjong related content I'll release only through this Patreon.
About NPMahjong: Nicolas Pro
I'm just a dedicated Japanese mahjong addict and certified professional player living in Japan.
I play for the NPM Japanese Professional Mahjong Association where I made my debut at live broadcasting by reaching the finals for the coveted Shinjin'ou title national tournament.
I spend time in almost every major online mahjong server: especially MahjongSoul and Tenhou where I've reached 7 Dan R2000+ and access to the Phoenix Table (the highest level table that Tenhou currently has).
I've played in many mahjong parlors all over Japan, but I currently work almost exclusively for the East-Round Parlor "KillerTune" in Umeda; currently the only "Kabuki-cho Rules" parlor in all of West Japan.
I've also coached, encouraged and mentored many foreign players who have grown to become the strongest players in their mahjong club and their city!
I recognized there was (and still is) a huge lack of mahjong content available in English to the public, so I spent most of my time writing and translating a lot of content for free.
Now I need your help to continue doing this.
Besides helping translate and subtitle some mahjong manga and dorama (such as Tetsunaki no Kirinji and Tohai), I've also contributed many translations and articles (blog posts) to the legendary mahjong blog Osamuko.com and others that received countless hits and helped the community grow to new levels.
When you support me, I'll be able to upload more and more mahjong related content and media.
I'm also open to suggestions on the projects I should take, although I have a selection of a few things I think would be great to upload as well.
Can you help me? Pledge to this Patreon!
I love using my time to provide all this great material, and I cannot think of another better way to spend every hour online crafting strategy to encourage everyone to become better players. So let's make this Patreon lift up! Your pledges make it possible. Even 1 dollar, 5, the worth of a cup of coffee, 10, anything you can chip in oils the cogs of my mahjong machine and helps the mahjong community greatly. Thank you for your support!