The die is cast. In preparing to host Project Mah Jongg, museum director and board game enthusiast, Marvin Pinkert has been investigating the bigger picture of Jewish involvement with games across at least four millennia. See some of the surprising facts he has discovered about the Jews who played chess, bridge, and other table games. Learn how Jewish promoters, packagers and salesmen created some of the most popular game trends of the last century. Marvin promises new insights for game mavens and novices alike.