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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]].
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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.  Upon reaching ryuukyoku, the player does not need a hand in tenpai.  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]].
  
 
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Revision as of 08:02, 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. Upon reaching ryuukyoku, the player does not need a hand in tenpai. 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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