Remember Suji and be Confident with the Shape of Your Tiles (The Basics pt02)
Check Mahjong No Jan-Ryu for the original article.
*Translation of the original article start below*
This might be something basic, but let's remember the "Suji" concept. (Suji translates to Strain or String)
"Let's remember that there are 6 types of Suji"
The fundamentals of Mahjong is to have a Riyan-Men (Double Sided) wait, which will be discussed in detail next week, but the the tiles that you are waiting on in the Riyan-Men wait is called "Suji", and here are the 6 basic form factors.
In order to improve your Mahjong game, it is important to "be confident in the shape of your tiles", so let's remember the 6 Sujis.
"Sometimes Suji can be combined"
Sometimes there are are cases where you can combine "two Riyan-Men waits" as listed below. It is basically the same as the previously mentioned six, but let's try to remember the combined Suji shapes as well.