Godly wait on the chun

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by Barticle » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:07 am

BoyaSonny wrote:Is that supposed to be a Saki reference? :P Too bad Haramura doesn't believe in luck.
Kime has a penguin too. I suspect that Haramura-san copied the idea from him. :lol:

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by BoyaSonny » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:34 am

Barticle wrote:
BoyaSonny wrote:Is that supposed to be a Saki reference? :P Too bad Haramura doesn't believe in luck.
Kime has a penguin too. I suspect that Haramura-san copied the idea from him. :lol:
Time to sue for copyrights, and the case will be decided with a game of mahjong.
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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by xKime » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:37 am

Barticle wrote:Speaking of which, let's not forget the manga version of prime minister Koizumi who can rub a tile so hard that he removes all the markings, creating an extra haku. (is this what your friend did, Kime?!) One time he made the four kongs yakuman with eighteen haku. :D Not only that but they were playing without limits and four of the dora indicators just happened to be chun... :lol:
LOL, only Koizumi can. He also did it with the special tiles. They heated up so much with friction that he got burnt.
His mahjong power level is over 9000 anyway.
Barticle wrote:I've speculated about this before. You could use one and a half tile-sets, each player builds a standard 34-tile wall but they're arranged in a hexagon, treat chun and hatsu as seat-winds, allow up to six kongs (and associated dora) so you need a 20-tile dead wall, play six hands per wind round...?

I guess overall there'd still be the same proportion of "orphans" though.
Sound like a viable way to play 6p. But somehow, being the one to first assemble a hand sounds hard. You would have quite a lot of competition. Speed to the maximum.
BoyaSonny wrote:All my luck was drained D:
You need to get yourself a magic lucky penguin. They can work wonders!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBUdo02hrc0
See? :)
I don't remember holding my Penguin at that time. w
But I played a terrible game now that I look it. I got too emotional, and started shouting "I WANT TO WIN A FckING HAND" and called tiles dumbly. But whenever someone advanced, I was like "I DON'T WANT TO DEAL IN" and threw it away. Anyway, I got too upset and went back and forth without much of a direction. It's a miracle I won. I don't do that sht anymore. I look so boring when I'm playing now. I don't even bang the mouse against the table anymore... not that much.

Then again, I was winning quite a bit in Janryuumon back then.
BoyaSonny wrote: Barticle wrote:

BoyaSonny wrote:Is that supposed to be a Saki reference? :P Too bad Haramura doesn't believe in luck.


Kime has a penguin too. I suspect that Haramura-san copied the idea from him. :lol:



Time to sue for copyrights, and the case will be decided with a game of mahjong.
Wait, what. w
I couldn't win against haramura. Her rate is over 2000.

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by Referee » Mon Dec 27, 2010 12:42 pm

Etopen is one lucky penguin, let me say. Mahjong in Billy vs Snakeman (a MMO game mainly a parody of Naruto, though it parodies many things, Has MJ but it's single player thing) allows you to cheat (I never do it), and one of the cheats changes your tile into a haku. Birth of the Cosmos is a Quad Yakuman hand where all your tiles are haku. You can reach Octuple Yakuman (Suu Ankou Tanki, Suu Kantsu, Paarenchan)

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by Barticle » Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:12 pm

xKime wrote:LOL, only Koizumi can. He also did it with the special tiles. They heated up so much with friction that he got burnt.
Yeah, Putin switched to depleted uranium tiles *and* raised the oxygen levels in the room specifically to prevent Koizumi's goumoupai... but he still did it... To. Defend. His. Country!
His mahjong power level is over 9000 anyway.
It's over nine thousaaaaaand?!!?!

Hmm, what's that in Adelheids?

http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mudazumo_ ... 020/4.html

I need to catch up with Koizumi. Another nine scanlated eps went up this month, and I should re-read the old ones.
Speed to the maximum.
True, would need to scale down the payments too I think, and probably give an extra double for self-draw win.

There's a few minor details I need to work out before I ask the automatic table manufacturers to start work on the new hexagonal version. ;)

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by xKime » Mon Dec 27, 2010 4:03 pm

Barticle wrote:
xKime wrote:LOL, only Koizumi can. He also did it with the special tiles. They heated up so much with friction that he got burnt.
Yeah, Putin switched to depleted uranium tiles *and* raised the oxygen levels in the room specifically to prevent Koizumi's goumoupai... but he still did it... To. Defend. His. Country!
A true patriot. (Patriot... kokushi? Mahjong Pun? Yeah)
His mahjong power level is over 9000 anyway.
It's over nine thousaaaaaand?!!?!

Hmm, what's that in Adelheids?

http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mudazumo_ ... 020/4.html

I need to catch up with Koizumi. Another nine scanlated eps went up this month, and I should re-read the old ones.
Well, it deppends... before of after he's bitch-slapping Einstein by moving at the speed of light? ww
Speed to the maximum.
True, would need to scale down the payments too I think, and probably give an extra double for self-draw win.

There's a few minor details I need to work out before I ask the automatic table manufacturers to start work on the new hexagonal version. ;)
You do so~
I think the price for buying and automatic table would be greatly reduced if divided among six people!

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by Esh » Thu May 17, 2012 4:17 pm

I had a godly wait like that once. I should have took a screen shot. I got into tenpai, and had a choice from throwing out one of my man characters to wait on either a closed wait or an open wait, or I could have thrown out another tile, and have a single wait on the 4 bamboo. Was I was picking, I noticed that two of the other 4 bamboos were in the pond. Then I just got this really weird feeling about it, so I wound up going for the single wait on the 4 bamboo and reached.

I got ippatsu from the opponent right across from me. He must have though I was some serious Mahjong shark.

And then some idiot dealt into an obvious wait at the last round and I got into second place at the last second.

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Re: Godly wait on the chun

Post by Iapetus » Thu May 17, 2012 7:15 pm

Barticle wrote:Speaking of which, let's not forget the manga version of prime minister Koizumi who can rub a tile so hard that he removes all the markings, creating an extra haku. (is this what your friend did, Kime?!) One time he made the four kongs yakuman with eighteen haku. :D Not only that but they were playing without limits and four of the dora indicators just happened to be chun... :lol:
There's a more realistic case of a 6 haku game in Ten - Tenna Toori no Kaidanji. Featuring our very favorite Akagi Shigeru.

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