PML Riichi League Play in Danville {Updated}

  • March 30, 2014 · 1:30 PM
  • Kira's Place

League Rules: http://pacificml.com/rules

Reasonable turn times (10 seconds at most) are expected from all players.

Update: I've canceled the Mahi due to time constraints.  We'll do our normal things for food.

Carpooling:

Please consider carpooling with other members to save parking space if you are coming alone.  There are many spots in the area to leave your vehicle as well, and this will help make room for more riichi players if you can double or triple up at one of these parking lots: http://goo.gl/maps/7aQA6

For people that expect to leave early (before dinner) please park on the street.  There is usually space closer to the vineyard, both before the neighbor's house and also just around the corner from the vineyard (just before the second sideroad/driveway if you are coming from the north side freeway ramps).

League Rules:

Akadora-nashi, Kuikae-nashi, Kuitan-ari, Standard Yaku Only

Since this is a league event it is not the best for learning how to play.  The Danville Free Play events are recommended for learning how to play.  To play with the league, it is not necessary to know how to score hands.

100% riichi! Drinks provided and plenty of parking. Room for 12-16 players, but please carpool to save parking space (however there are about 12 spaces). Feel free to bring snacks to share.

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  • Spenser V.

    As far as I know I can go but I'm not a big fan of Mahi Mahi either. I'LL GLADLY STILL DONATE THOUGH

    1 · March 17, 2014

    • Mike S.

      Throw it away! He's powerless to get Yakuman without it!

      April 5, 2014

    • Spenser V.

      I can pick it up at the next meeting :D

      April 18, 2014

  • Mike S.

    Takeshi and I are almost there!

    March 30, 2014

  • Kira N

    We might need an extra table

    March 30, 2014

  • Kira N

    Wahh so many people~

    1 · March 30, 2014

  • Andrew

    Good job with the pdf!

    FYI, Wikipedia's wording suggests that a game can end at exactly 0 points.
    - 2nd paragraph: http://www.quickiwiki.com/en/Japanese_Mahjong_scoring_rules

    In contrast, neither Barticle's Guide nor the Japanese mahjong wiki say that, but they both say that the game can end when a player falls below 0 points.
    - Barticle, p11: http://www.uspml.com/downloads/entry/barticles_japanese.htm
    - Japanese Mahjong wiki, tobi: http://a.pqrs.se/wiki/Scoring_variations

    March 20, 2014

  • Rachel

    I don't eat fish...

    March 10, 2014

    • Kira N

      We can arrange something else no problem, if you'd like.

      1 · March 11, 2014

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