Ryantan and pentan

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Ryantan and pentan
Kanji リャンタン
ペンタン
Fu Dependent
Tile types waiting 3 or 2 sided wait
Tiles available 11 tiles
Pattern example Tile-2p.pngTile-3p.pngTile-3p.pngTile-3p.png
Tile-8m.pngTile-8m.pngTile-8m.pngTile-9m.png

Ryantan 「リャンタン」 and pentan 「ペンタン」 are combination waits, which involve a triplet and an adjacently appended numbered tile. The tile combinations for both appear identical. However, pentan involves terminals, where as ryantan does not.

Pentan is a combination of penchan and tanki. This can occur in two ways, but both involve terminals and tiles 2 or 8. When the triplet is composed of terminals, then the appended tile is either 2 or 8. When the triplet is composed of either 2 or 8 tiles, then the appended tile is either 1 or 9.

Ryantan is a combination of ryanmen and tanki. The tile composition is a converse to pentan. It involves triplets and appended tile of the other numbers: 2 through 8. The terminals are excluded for this combination.

Pattern

Ryantan

Pentan

Tatsumaki

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