You didn\'t convert the score to the "final score" either.
So, in competition, your calculations stops after adding/subtracting the uma.
During championship we use a scoring sheet, so having a negative score after 5 minutes of play is not a problem.
If you want to use some scoring sticks/chips, feel free to start with any score you want (as long each player have the same starting score of course).
Yes, it is.Poochy wrote:In informal play, this usually seems to mean "divide up however many point counters are available so that everybody starts with the same score, and oka nashi,"
PS: EMA\'s uma +9K/+3K/-3K/-9K is extremely low.
A uma of +20K/+10K/-10K/-20K is more common.
And the "general" starting score is 25000 or 30000, with return 30000.