Wednesday 01 April 2015

Tight Contest for the Sherlock Holmes of Mahjong

Sherlocks

ONLINE March 2015 - This year's Sherlock Holmes of Mahjong contest brought the largest field of competitors yet, and the crowd at the top is still tight; the title could belong to anyone. With four competitors tied for 1st, and five more just one point behind, the last couple of questions will be the make-or-break opportunity for many. The contest is likely to come down to the timing; how fast each player is able to get their answers in. So set your alarm clocks, and get sluthing!

1st place: 1-year VIP membership at MahjongTime and a copy of "Mahjong from A to Zhu"
2nd place: 1-year Premium membership at MahjongTime and a copy of "Mahjong from A to Zhu"
3rd place: 6-month Premium membership at MahjongTime and a copy of "Mahjong from A to Zhu"

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Table Points

Not having played in any tournament, I see that players in riichi tournaments typically accumulate points between games (hanchans), while players in MCR tournaments are awarded table points. So in MCR, you are competing against the players at your table, but in riichi (and WSoM last year) you are competing against the entire room. Not that mahjong is a sport, but I don't recall any sport where you compete against the entire field: In sports, if you win your match, even by the slimmest of margins, you advance and play other winners.
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1Thursday, 11 August 2011 23:03
Adrie van Geffen
There's a sport where the immediate opponent doesn't matter much.
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