Riichi dec. and rinchan kaihou

Japanese Reach Mahjong Rules. Strategy, news, sets - anything!

Moderator: Shirluban

User avatar
Gold Boarder
Gold Boarder
Posts: 801
Joined: Tue Aug 20, 2013 5:10 pm
Location: USA

Re: Riichi dec. and rinchan kaihou

Post by or2az » Thu Feb 13, 2014 2:27 pm

Right. I knew that. I meant that. I even said that just above. I just wrote the wrong word without thinking. I should have wrote that you can call riichi and declare a kan on the same turn (see the EDIT). Thanks for pointing that out.

Fresh Reacher
Fresh Reacher
Posts: 46
Joined: Thu Feb 06, 2014 3:10 pm
Location: Japanese living in Ireland

Re: Riichi dec. and rinchan kaihou

Post by Masa » Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:04 am

It is interesting document from Berticle.
Shooting bird rule some time I do when I play with Japanese. but the definition of the rule is slightly difference in Japan.(that's why it is purely local, house rule)
Please add following for slang for fun 8)

Gomi(Already mentioned)
Gotto -> 500,1000
Ichisan -> 1,300
Nisen -> 2,000
Ninroku ->2,600
Zanku -> 3,900
Chicchi -> 7,700
Manshu -> Mangan
Pinpinroku -> 11,600
Oyaman -> East mangan
Inpachi -> 18,000
Oyappane -> East haneman
Ni-yon-maru-zetto -> 24,000( It is comes from the Nissan sportive car it is named Fairlady 240Z)

And I'm curios about it mentions Tsumo-giri and Kara-giri but I could find "Tedashi"

Senior Reacher
Senior Reacher
Posts: 195
Joined: Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:00 am

Re: Riichi dec. and rinchan kaihou

Post by Iapetus » Fri Feb 14, 2014 3:30 pm

Masa wrote: slang
Oh, nice! Haven't seen those since Bazoro went down. Doesn't look like a comprehensive list, though. It's missing the very common "Goppa" (5800). I've also heard "Kunroku" for 9600.

User avatar
Platinum Boarder
Platinum Boarder
Posts: 1478
Joined: Thu Apr 30, 2009 12:08 pm
Location: Ipswich, UK (and usually 一向聴地獄)

Re: Riichi dec. and rinchan kaihou

Post by Barticle » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:36 pm

Thanks both. I like the Nissan one. :)

I'm not planning an update but I'll add these if I do one in the future.


Post Reply