a326485f67 Points. East finishes with fourteen tiles while the other players have thirteen tiles each. All honours and or Terminals Great Dragons (all three dragons) Great Winds (all three winds) Pong of 1 and 9 bamboo and pair of 5 bamboo Four concealed kongs Thirteen orphans (1 and 9 of each suit, one of each dragon, one of each wind and a pong of any one of these elements) Nine gates is a concealed hand of 1112345678999 tiles in one suit, and winning on any extra tile of the same suit Pearl Dragon (all circles and a pong/kong of the white dragon, note pair must also be circles) Ruby Dragon (all character tiles and a pong/kong of the red dragon, note pair must also be characters) Great Jade Dragon (pong of 1 and 9 bamboo with the green dragon) . Each round includes three matches of three hands and there is no North round. Players may chose to continue playing a second match after the first one ends (accumulating the points into a double match) or even a triple match meaning a total of 27 hands. If possible and desired, he can then declare a make a Pung, Kong or Chow by laying the combination face down in front of him. 6. Stealing chows. Triangular Mah Jong for 3 players eliminates the North position completely and the 4 North wind tiles are removed from the set before starting so that a set of 132 tiles are used. An experienced player should be able to read the recap at the bottom of this section and understand the rules well.
Otherwise, the value of each hand is calculated, bonus points are added and, if appropriate, any doubling then takes place. Limit Three Great Scholars Pungs/Kongs of all three Dragons, another Pung/Kong and a pair. Bonus-points. The player takes an extra piece from the "end" of the wall to make his hand complete and then may discard. The East, South and West (North is omitted). 4 Yaku. General play. Retrieved 2013-08-24. Knocking over another players tile should be punished.