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There are three types of set: Sequence - three consecutive tiles in the same suit (also called a Chow) Triplet - three identical tiles (also called a Pung) Quad - four identical tiles* (also called a Kong) *You can declare a quad either when you have four matching tiles in your hand or when you've made a triplet by stealing a tile and you draw the fourth matching tile. Press the Square button to display the Kong or Kan ( カン ) command for this. You will then take an extra tile so you have enough to complete your hand.
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  • Fall '08
  • Kenfield,J
  • Hand Building, types of set

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