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Holy double Yakuman for the win. Ahahahahahaha
Developed a quick early lead, and held on to it. Made it a point to do some solid defensive play after my first dealer rotation.
Relied too many ninja ron's. In fact, I did not call a single riichi, even though riichi calls would have benefited me greatly. Particularly, my chi toitsu. Getting that rinshan was sweet.
Anyways, the ninja ron's slowly crept me up ahead. But, the player to my right scored a late baiman. That suddenly put the game very close for me to lose.
Used those ninja ron's to get ahead early. Then defend and opened up when necessary - even stole a round doing so.
Two bad judgment calls killed me, enough though I was able to dish out some hits of my own.
In the first round, I managed to ron before the guy on my right who had a 6 han hand xD
And in south 3-0, I can't believe I couldn't complete my hand... Just needed 2 tiles from the hand I was dealt to complete it
Death by yakuman.
My fate was sealed after I called the riichi, but the signs of yakuman wasn't apparent until the white dragons were called. Then my eyes bulged.
By then, it was too late.
EDIT: Looking back at this one, bah. Shoulda kept that 8-man.
Oh the power of the closed wait, which allows some bit of trickery. I deliberately waited for either a 1-pin or 7-pin to signal that a 4-pin would be a safe tile, when it was the tile that I needed. It worked for an east baiman.
Close game. Had a potential ryan-pei-ko with at least 4 dora plus riichi (for a baiman minimum). Too bad though.
Fairly even point exchanges throughout. That was dumb of me to call Kan at East 3-0 though. Made up for it with two mangan in a row.
Crushed. Couldn't win a single hand, despite some promising start hands. Sadface.
Correction: I had a small win, but I forgot about it.
Bah, this game mine. Except I blew it in the last round. I wasn't paying attention to the round number, and I had no reason to go aggressive in that last hand. Oh well.
South 4 dealer haneman for the win. Stole'd that first place. :3
For this game, I had the apparent mood to call riichi more often - rather than sit back on doing ninja ron's like before. Then again, they were on generally valueless hands anyways.
Yet, twice in a row. I ran into the player on my left. That was annoying.
I'll leave it to Iceman to comment on this one. XD
However, if I remember correctly... my hands didn't really give me all that much to work with. And well... I didn't even score once... only to lose points via tsumos and one direct hit for minimal points.
Had a hard time winning here too. I took what I could get. But, couldn't really get anything going. At least, I held myself off not to fall into the "pits".
Bunch of kans called in this one.
OK. That double ron nearly had me in tears... but plenty of despair.
To be honest, I don't even know what possessed me to drop that 2.
Thankfully, I got on a major roll near the end - capitalizing on the high honba count. Whew, thank goodness for that.
Took the game early with an East Haneman, which could have been a Baiman had I waited one more turn.
I chose to do some sneakyness in this one. For example, I declined on a win and won off a dora instead. And tried to work with a single wait; and I wasn't in the mood to challenge 2 riichi's by calling one myself.
OK. Once I had the lead, I sat on my laurels and ended up doing virtually nothing. Unfortunately, I got hit after calling Riichi late in the game, which forced the game into the West round. Having no momentum there, I couldn't do anything then either.
Went on a fast start. Then rode out the storm only to close it out with a quick one.
let me join in sir....
South 4 comebacks. Always the most devastating. Bwahahahahaha
yeah just like in this one...lol
salute to the guy in the left, my miraculous comeback gone thanks to him
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