Kazoe yakuman/Replays

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This is a collection of replays showing kazoe yakuman. Different forms of kazoe are shown from the chiniisou, shousangen, and hands with large dora counts.


2016-01-25 Player: ВаВа-Л Rank: 新人 Round: 東 2 局 0 本場
Haipai Tile-2m.pngTile-5p.pngTile-9p.pngTile-9p.pngTile-9p.pngTile-2s.pngTile-2s.pngTile-5s.pngTile-7s.pngTile-1z.pngTile-6z.pngTile-7z.png Draw: Tile-7z.png
Agari Tile-9p.pngTile-9p.pngTile-9p.pngTile-2s.pngTile-2s.pngTile-2s.pngTile-5s.pngTile-5s.pngTile-1z.pngTile-1z.pngTile-1z.pngTile-7z.pngTile-7z.png Ron (shimocha): Tile-0s.png
Source (Tenhou.net) At 22 han, this is a truly monstrous hand.

The early dora ankou and pair of yakuhai make this a decent hand with an incredible amount of potential. With only one pair and one more taatsu, though, it looks like it would be slow to develop. The second go-round produces a second ton, which makes the hand much better as it's now safe to shanpon dabuton and chun without worrying about a yaku. A quick chii of 6s, pon of 2s, and the hand is tenpai with a nasty jihai shanpon.

After drawing another 5s, toitoi looks quite viable. The next 2s, on only the fifth go-round. gives a devastating push towards toitoi, with suuankou potential. Drawing a third ton puts the hand to suuankou tenpai on the 8th go-round, with yasume haneman (toitoi sankanou dabuton dora 3), and only one winning tile (the third non-red 5s) fails to produce baiman. Toimen's questionable daiminkan of 2p on the ninth go-round reveals another 8p, putting the hand into sanbaiman territory. Putting off the riichi until the eleventh go-round was an interesting decision (and questionable given the situation; a riichi this late only reduces the chances of winning what is a minimum 24000 and likely 36000 hand). Shimocha's immediate ankans to break ippatsu reveals hatsu, guaranteeing kazoe yakuman on any ron. Two pei on



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