Monday, June 28, 2010

A case of failure

Here is a sample of failure found on YouTube

The principle of winning Japanese mahjong is really simple:
make four sets and a pair WITHOUT CHII OR PON
if you are not familiar with Japanese mahjong.

In this case, you will need 1p or 4p, 8p or 6s
and declare 'riichi.'

C'mmonnn! What the hell are you doing?
Just discard 1s or east!

The player has made a fatal error: chow without strategy.
Few chances remain including three mixed chow(sansyoku) of 123,
final draw or final discard

Like the TV episode, Saki wins four concealed triplets,
48000 directly hits (datsui mahjong rule) the player.


  1. ؛spɹɐƃǝɹ ʇsǝq

    ˙ǝʇısqǝʍ ɹno oʇ oƃ uɐɔ noʎ 'ʇuoɟ ǝnbıun puıɟ oʇ pǝǝu noʎ ɟı
    'ʎɐʍ ǝɥʇ ʎq

    ˙ƃoןq ǝɔıu ɐ ǝʌɐɥ noʎ
    ¡ƃuıʇǝǝɹƃ ɯɹɐʍ ¿noʎ ǝɹɐ ʍoɥ ¡oןןǝɥ

  2. Wow. My head spins, not only because the previous comment but that brutal failure. As far as I know, who is playing do not know how to play, he said that.

  3. Nowadays I think that without feeling pain, human beings learn nothing. Imagine a mahjong beginner inserting coinS of 100 yen to an arcade datsui mahjong machine just for expecting watching nudes of moe girls... after spending several coins he will determine to go to a bookstore to buy a book of mahjong, of course!