The fictional game of Pai Sho was popularized in Avatar: The Last Airbender, and plays like a mix of Go, Shogi, and Mahjong. Although the rules aren’t explained on-screen, fans have created their own rulesets, such as the Pai Sho Project.
My board includes 108 tiles for you to try out various rulesets and create your own! You’ll receive a Pai Sho board, two sets of 54 playing pieces (one dark, one light) and a storage box for the pieces. The Pai Sho board is exactly 23.75″ in diameter. We chose this size so that it will mount perfectly on a 24″ pine round, like this one from Home Depot.
We have a short video on YouTube, to give you an idea of the size of the board.
Here are some well-formatted rules I received from Dennis D. Pai Sho Rules & Gameplay
Zach B. has developed Skud Pai Sho, which uses half as many tiles. This is playable with the normal tileset, or you can order a half set (56 pieces, 23 each dark and light), without a storage box.