(This is secon part of UmaiKeiki’s defense guide — Betaori and Suji posted in Osamuko’s Mahjong Blog)
Suji is one of the more complex theories in Mahjong. There are many variations and types of Suji, but it all boils down to one basic goal: to identify which Ryanmen waits are safe and which are dangerous.
Ordinary Suji are the tiles that complete Ryanmen waits.
This is a part of “UmaiKeiki’s defense guide — Betaori and Suji” posted in Osamuko’s Mahjong Blog
All thanks to UmaiKeiki =)
Introduction to defense
Defense in Mahjong is focused primarily on how to avoid dealing into opponents’ hands. In other words, playing defensively means making fewer payments. You know that saying “a penny saved is a penny earned”? This is VERY true in Japanese Mahjong! Your points are valuable; don’t let someone take them without a fight!