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|type        = Yaku
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|kanji      = 流し満貫
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|english    = Nagashi mangan
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|value      = [[Scoring|Mangan]]
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|yakuSpeed  = Extremely slow
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|difficulty  = Very hard
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|yakuCombine = No other yaku
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'''Nagashi mangan''' (流し満貫) is a special [[yaku]].  Unlike all other possible hands, this yaku emphasizes the discards, rather than the hand itself.  To score nagashi mangan, the hand must play all the way to [[ryuukyoku]]; and every discard must be all terminals and/or honors.  In addition, none of the discarded tiles are claimed by tile calls.  As the name implies, successful execution of nagashi mangan rewards the player in the amount of [[Scoring|mangan]].
 
'''Nagashi mangan''' (流し満貫) is a special [[yaku]].  Unlike all other possible hands, this yaku emphasizes the discards, rather than the hand itself.  To score nagashi mangan, the hand must play all the way to [[ryuukyoku]]; and every discard must be all terminals and/or honors.  In addition, none of the discarded tiles are claimed by tile calls.  As the name implies, successful execution of nagashi mangan rewards the player in the amount of [[Scoring|mangan]].
  

Revision as of 08:01, 4 August 2013

Nagashi mangan
Type Yaku
Kanji 流し満貫
English Nagashi mangan
Value Mangan
Speed Extremely slow
Difficulty Very hard
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Nagashi mangan (流し満貫) is a special yaku. Unlike all other possible hands, this yaku emphasizes the discards, rather than the hand itself. To score nagashi mangan, the hand must play all the way to ryuukyoku; and every discard must be all terminals and/or honors. In addition, none of the discarded tiles are claimed by tile calls. As the name implies, successful execution of nagashi mangan rewards the player in the amount of mangan.

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