Shenzhen - Bang Bang Mahjong
Bet levels represented as X and Y, where Y is twice X
The winner always takes the East position, with all other players assigned their corresponding seating position.
Whenever a player draws a tile and extends an already declared pong to a kong, all other players pay the amount X to the player who performs the pong-to-kong.
Whenever a self-drawn kong is declared, all other players pay the amount Y to the player who declares the kong.
Self-drawn kongs are always declared immediately.
Players are not able to claim discarded tiles to complete a chow unless it is used to declare MAHJONG!
Whenever a player claims a discarded tile to declare a kong, the discarding player pays the amount X+Y to the player who claims the discarded tile.
When a player declares Mahjong on self-draw, a lucky tile is automatically drawn for an additional lucky draw bonus.
If any player at the table has less than 3Y in cash on the table, the game ends.
A player can declare Mahjong with a hand consisting of four sets and any pair, with the 13 orphans, or with seven pairs.
For a win on self-draw, all other players pay the winner Y each.
For a win on discard, only the discarder pays Y but if a player wins by robbing a kong, the robbed player pays for the other players also.
Lucky Draw (Horse)
If a player declares mahjong on self-draw apart from robbing the kong, that player draws the next tile from the wall. If the winner is East and draws an East, 1, 5 or 9, the other players must pay the winner an additional Y. The same applies for South with South, red dragon, 2 or 6; West with West, green dragon, 3 or 7; North with North, white dragon, 4 or 8.
There are no special hands in Shenzhen Mahjong.
There is no scoring system in Shenchen Mahjong, cash settlements occur in-game.