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Subject: In Zung Jung, what happens in case of a draw? rss

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Tim P.
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By draw I mean, the "last tile has been drawn and discarded and still no has a winning hand." Is there something like the noten payment from riichi mahjong, or do you just go to the next hand?
 
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Mikko Saari
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Just the next hand.
 
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Tim P.
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I guess that's a positive for defensive strategies, eh?
 
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Chris Schumann
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tim_p wrote:
I guess that's a positive for defensive strategies, eh?
Yes, it's a perfectly valid strategy to hang on to dangerous tiles and hope for a draw.
 
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Alan Kwan
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The noten payment in Riichi mahjong was originally supposed to be an optional rule. It became popular because that game had too many draws.
 
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