Difference between revisions of "Talk:List of chuuren configurations"

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:Then it would have to be manzu.  It's the most "numeric" out of the three.  Initially, I was looking to avoid the list from jp.wiki, but that's unavoidable. On my own, I ended up with the exact same numbering system. [[User:KyuuAA|KyuuAA]] ([[User_talk:KyuuAA|Talk:キュウ]]) 07:36, 5 October 2015 (UTC)
 
:Then it would have to be manzu.  It's the most "numeric" out of the three.  Initially, I was looking to avoid the list from jp.wiki, but that's unavoidable. On my own, I ended up with the exact same numbering system. [[User:KyuuAA|KyuuAA]] ([[User_talk:KyuuAA|Talk:キュウ]]) 07:36, 5 October 2015 (UTC)
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::Manzu makes sense. I just realized you can't use "jantou" as the indicator, btw. A hand with 4 copies of 1m or 9m does not have a jantou of that tile. [[User:Coppro|Coppro]] ([[User talk:Coppro|talk]]) 22:45, 5 October 2015 (UTC)

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I feel like we should standardize on one suit to make this more readable. Coppro (talk) 04:43, 2 October 2015 (UTC)

Then it would have to be manzu. It's the most "numeric" out of the three. Initially, I was looking to avoid the list from jp.wiki, but that's unavoidable. On my own, I ended up with the exact same numbering system. KyuuAA (Talk:キュウ) 07:36, 5 October 2015 (UTC)
Manzu makes sense. I just realized you can't use "jantou" as the indicator, btw. A hand with 4 copies of 1m or 9m does not have a jantou of that tile. Coppro (talk) 22:45, 5 October 2015 (UTC)