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Hong Kong Mahjong Scoring

10. All Kongs - 64 points
Hong Kong Mahjong Game Scoring - All Kongs
Any four Kongs + any Pair.

11. Jade Dragon - 64 points
Hong Kong Mahjong Game Scoring - Jade Dragon
Jade Dragon: Pung or Kong of Bamboos and a Pung or Kong of Green Dragon.

12. Ruby Dragon - 64 points
Hong Kong Mahjong Game Scoring - Ruby Dragon
Ruby Dragon: Pung or Kong of Characters only and Pung of Red Dragon.

13. Pearl Dragon - 64 points
Hong Kong Mahjong Game Scoring - Pearl Dragon
Pearl Dragon: Pung or Kongs of Dots only and Pung or Kong of White Dragon.

14. Heavenly Hands - 64 points
East declares "Out" with the dealt hand (after supplement tiles, if any)

15. Earthly Hands - 64 points
Non-dealer goes out on dealer's first discard (supplement tiles are allowed)

The one who declares mahjong gets to score fan (points). These fan are based on the contents of the winning hand. Once the fan is calculated, it is then converted into a payment amount based upon a payment table called "fan-laak" table. The losing players will in turn pay the winning player based upon this payment table.

Below is the payment table:

Fan Points By discard Self drawn
0 1 1+1+2=4 chips n/a
1 2 2+2+4=8 chips 4+4+4=12 chips
2 4 4+4+8=16 chips 8+8+8=24 chips
3 8 8+8+16=32 chips 16+16+16=48 chips
4, 5, 6 16 16+16+32=64 chips 32+32+32=96 chips
7, 8, 9 32 32+32+64=128 chips 64+64+64=192 chips
10+ 64 64+64+128=256 chips 128+128+128=384 chips

If a player makes a faulty declaration of out - the deal is abandoned and the offender shall each of the other players 100% of the Limit (i.e., full laak, which in the rules described here is 64 points). If the faulty declaration was made in context of a claimed tile, the discarded gets double the amount. The deal normally passes after a faulty declaration of out.

Once you have experienced Hong Kong Mahjong, you will soon be coming back for more!. You can experience the game online here at Mahjong Time! Now we have added engrossing graphics, sounds and other variations you will discover how intriguing and absorbing this pastime is and although the game itself is complex, you will find that playing online is made easy.

Hong Kong scoring is fairly flexible with several well-liked variations. There is no room for negotiation. Just get yourself into the game and have fun while you're at it.


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