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In terms of scoring, the number of yakuman in the hand serves as a multiplier to the base yakuman point value.  As a result, extremely high scoring hands are made possible.
 
In terms of scoring, the number of yakuman in the hand serves as a multiplier to the base yakuman point value.  As a result, extremely high scoring hands are made possible.
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Some rules do not allow multiple yakuman.
  
 
==Examples==
 
==Examples==

Revision as of 15:37, 4 August 2013

Combination of Chinrotou and Suu kantsu in this one hand [1].

Multiple yakuman involve hands with more than one yakuman, as the name implies. While regular yaku may be stacked in one hand to raise value, the same can be done with different yakuman, where applicable.

In terms of scoring, the number of yakuman in the hand serves as a multiplier to the base yakuman point value. As a result, extremely high scoring hands are made possible.

Some rules do not allow multiple yakuman.

Examples

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External links