Working out the Players’ Scores
Calculating the Basic Score
Doubling Three Times
Scoring 500 Points
Scoring 1,000 Points
Paying the Winner
Paying the Other Players
Doubling for East Wind and the Limit
An Alternative Method of Paying
A concealed pung of Ones, a concealed pung of Nines, a run from Two to Eight with
all in the same suit.
A pair of Ones and a run from Two to Nine in the same suit, with each of the winds.
Score when fishing: 400 points.
One of each Dragon, one of each Wind, one of each One and one of each Nine. Any
Mah-Jong immediately made by East with the original fourteen tiles dealt to that
Mah-Jong immediately made by West, North or South using the first discard made by
The Plum Blossom is the Five of Circles.
This is made by a player who draws a loose (roof) tile as a replacement for a kong,
a Flower or a Season and that tile is the Plum Blossom which allows the player to
The Moon is the One of Circles.
This is made by a player who upon drawing the last tile from the wall finds that
it is the Moon which allows the player to go Mah-Jong.
Made by a player who declares a kong, draws a tile which allows the declaration of
another kong and then draws a tile which allows the declaration of Mah-Jong.