Crimean Riichi Open 2015 is over, this is our winners.
(On photo – from left: Konstantin MJASNIKOV, Dmitry MISHAKOV, Andrey SHIFRIN)
1 Dmitry MISHAKOV 223800
2 Konstantin MJASNIKOV 151200
3 Andrey SHIFRIN 149600
4 Viktor GRISHIN 142700
5 Mariia KOZACHOK 101400
6 Lubov VOLLERT 79400
7 Dmitry VOLODIN 75400
8 Nina ARTIUSHENKO 41200
9 Kirill ERMOLAEV 6600
10 Sergey SKLYARENKO -800
11 Alexander SHADCHNEV -2500
12 Darina SOROKINA -4100
13 Arseniy KHRUSTALEV -9400
14 Sergey BUDKOVSKIY -21400
15 Pavel ANOKHIN -26300
16 Mika GR NROOS -37600
17 Denis ZHELEZNYAKOV -47600
18 Konstantin TITARENKO -79800
19 Maria YAKOVLEVA -85300
20 Olesya -86400
21 Konstantin ANATSKY -137600
22 Karen HARUTYUNYAN -142000
23 Andrey YAKOVLEV -197800
24 Replacement PLAYER -240000
Today, we are pleased to announce that the offer page of our new project – EMA Tournament “Crimean Riichi Open 2015”.
Registration will be available from December 20, and will run until February 10, 2015.
All necessary information is on the page of tournament – https://ukrainianmahjong.com.ua/language/ru/crimena-riichi-open-2015/
Why page, not a separate news – easier for us to update the site and add new information, which is essential to the tournament participants, such as: map, information about living in Simferopol, new information about the tournament.
Crimean Riichi Open 2015 organizer.
Riichi-mahjong club “Yakuza” (Kharkov) open registration on Second national riichi-mahjong tournament “Yakuza Cup”.
Tournament Date – 13-14 september 2014.
Hanchans – 8, (4 – on first day, 4 – on second day)
Maximum participants – 24.
Place – House of Culture (DK) “ОАО ХАРП” Druhoi P’yatyrichky St, 38.
Catering – DK in the buffet and cafe located in two adjacent buildings at own expense.
Fee – 120 UAH, (aprox 350 RUR./ aprox 7,5 EUR)
Saturday, 13 september
9:00-10:30 – Registration
10:30 – Tuornament opening
11:00-12:30 – First Hanchan
13:00-14:30 – Second Hanchan
14:30 – 16:00 -Lunch break
16:00-17:30 – Third Hanchan
18:00 – 19:30 – Fourth Hanchan
Sunday, 14 september
10:30-12:00 – First Hanchan
12:30 – 14:00 – Second Hanchan
14:00 – 15:30 -Lunch break
15:30 – 17:00 – Third Hanchan
17:30 – 19:00 – Fourth Hanchan
19:15 – Rewarding, end of tournament.
The first three places in the table will be awarded and the same number of participants from the organizers receive special prizes. The winner of the prize except for first place will receive the cup of the Yakuza, and all participants will receive a small souvenirs with symbols of the tournament.
To register in the tournament, please contact:
https://vk.com/id10632557 – tournament organizer (Moroz Boris)
email@example.com – Ukraine EMA board member .
Ukrainian Mahjong Federation announces registration for the first in Ukraine EMA riichi-Mahjong tournament .
A few words about the tournament:
Tournament Name: Crimea Riichi open in 2013
Location: Ukraine, Simferopol, Sevastopol’skaya str. 35, cafe “Mokko”.
Date: 23 – 24 November 2013.
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(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.
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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!
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(Original of this post you can find at –Reachmahjong.com)
For the last year I have had the privilege of writing a regular column with Kelvin “Puyo” Ng, from Hong Kong, about mahjong in a Macau-based magazine called World Gaming Magazine. Puyo and I are both Reach-based mahjong players, but we’ve collaborated to broaden our coverage, emphasizing on Chinese-based rules as well. Puyo is a regular Mahjong Fight Club player and keeps a blog in Chinese about Japanese mahjong. Puyo has worked as a senior official at the World Series of Mahjong and was a member of the RM.com/WGM team at the 2010 event.
One of our avid readers, xKime, has volunteered to translate Puyo’s blog so that our English audience can enjoy this expert’s insight. Twice a month we will introduce one of Puyo’s blogs. This first one is an introduction in tile efficiency. So enjoy and if there’s a subject you’d like more info on e-mail us and maybe Puyo will oblige!
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Online-marathon riichi-Mahjong (the marathon) – open competition for riichi-mahjong, conducted on the Internet using software enabling remote access to the virtual table for the joint and simultaneous games.
With this phrase begins regulations online marathon length of a year. The organizers have set a pretty ambitious goal is to identify the best players in the CIS.
Since the registration has only been 10 days and the players registered for more than fifty. Moscow, St. Petersburg, Donetsk, Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, Elektrostal, Simferopol, Moscow, Zaporozhye, Minsk, Novorossiysk … and it’s not even a complete list of cities participating in this action.
To register, just having a page on the social network “Vkontakte” – Link.
To see the results of games played – Click here.
TOKYO/PARIS – It were two historic meetings, last week in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. Gemma Collinge of Reachmahjong.com and Martin Rep of MahjongNews.Com, shook hands with Mr. Shigekazu Moriyama, CEO of the Japanese Pro Mahjong League. They had just finished talks about the first ever World Championship Riichi Mahjong.
“Mission completed”, smiled Martin Rep and Gemma Collinge after the last meeting, which they concluded with a ‘high five’. Immediately after that, they started writing their report for the European Mahjong Association (EMA) and the Paris riichi mahjong club TNT (Tri Nitro Tiles).
Continue reading “World Riichi Mahjong Championship: Paris, 2014”
Riichi (modern Japanese mahjong) was introduced independently in several European countries, and consequently slight differences in the rules existed across the continent.
With the scheduling of the first European Riichi Championship in 2008, the need arose to standardize the riichi rules in the context of the European Mahjong Association. This resulted in the EMA Riichi Competition Rules as standard for Riichi tournaments.
The rules were revised in 2012.
Riichi rule book you can download here
Riichi: Summary of main rules download here
Rule translations of the revised rules are pending. These documents are based on the 2008 edition Here