Minipoints for winning:
Concealed on a discard 30
Seven pairs (no further minipoints are added) 25
Otherwise (Self-draw or Open hand) 20
Add minipoints for pungs and kongs in the hand. Chows have no minipoint value. If
the winning tile finishes a pung, it counts as a concealed pung in case of self-draw, and it
counts as an open pung in case of winning on a discard.
In addition 2 minipoints are added for each of the following:
2 minipoints for:
Pair of dragons
Pair of seat wind
Pair of prevalent wind
Winning on an edge, closed or single wait
Winning on self-draw (except in case of pinfu)
The 2 minipoints for edge, closed or single wait can be claimed even if the hand is waiting
for other tiles. Edge wait is 1-2 waiting for 3 or 8-9 waiting for 7. Closed wait is waiting
for the centre tile of a chow. Single wait is waiting to finish the pair.
The winner decides which set is finished by the winning tile. Consider the following
Winning on the 7, the player can choose whether to claim 2 minipoints for egde wait or claim 0 minipoints for finishing the two-sided 5-6-7 chow. The latter would allow theplayer to claim a yaku for pinfu on a concealed hand.
2 minipoints are awarded for winning on a self-drawn tile. This is voided, however,
in case a yaku is claimed for pinfu.
An open hand worth no minipoints is awarded 2 minipoints for open pinfu.
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