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ID127-Three Dead Hands without Mah Jongg in Error

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ID127-Three Dead Hands without Mah Jongg in Error

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Below is an example of three dead hands without a Mah Jongg in error: 

  1. Player A has too many tiles.

Outcome: Player A’s hand is declared dead and they stop playing. Play continues with Players B, C and D.

  1. Player B has too few tiles. Play continues with Players C and D.

Outcome: Player B’s hand is declared dead and they stop playing.

  1. Player C has an invalid exposure.

Outcome: Player D declares Player C’s hand dead, and the game is replayed.

Sources:  Mah Jongg Made Easy 2024, page 71, 7(c)
See ID123, Mah Jongg in Error Examples
See ID78, Reasons to call a Player’s hand dead

 

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