Rochester Institute of Technology // Rochester, NY 14623 // Louise Slaughter Hall
Rooms 2230+2240 (adjoining)
Parking available in lot T
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Saturday, March 7
Open Play Begins
|Sunday, March 8
Open Play Begins
Trophies for 1st and 2nd, and medals for the remainder of the Top 8
: WRC (World Riichi Championship) Ruleset
Pairing / Format
: 6 game Scramble + 2 game Placement Cut
Players play 6 games with shuffled pairings, then are split into groups of 4 by placement to play a 2 game final that determines their final standing.
Click for pairing details
: Hotels near the tournament location
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: $45 Entry fee (includes food costs for both days)
Registration is Closed
To sign up, do the following (the event is run by the college, and uses their “CampusGroups” system. Apologies for the multiple steps.)
1: Go to the The Event Registration Page.
2: Fill in your First Name, Last Name, Email, Account Type (“Other”), Organization (your club name if any, or leave blank) and click Next.
3: You’ll be emailed two emails: a “Verify your new CampusGroups account” from firstname.lastname@example.org and a “Sign In Code” from email@example.com. Check your Spam if necessary!
4: In the “Verify your new CampusGroups account” email will be a confirmation link, click that, then close the page after it finishes loading (it will say “Thank you, you verified your email address successfully. You can now sign in.” Don’t worry, you don’t need to sign in.)
5: In the “Sign In Code” email is a six-digit code. Take that six-digit “Sign in Code”, enter that on the original CampusGroups page (the one that you hit “Next” on).
6: There you go! You can pay for your entry here (click “Check Out”). Thank you so much!
Registration for this event closes on the 2nd. Please contact the email below for last-minute questions and/or registration.
: Players should be familiar with all valid scoring combinations
: No foreign objects, aides or tile racks will be permitted at the table,
apart from a pen and paper for tracking scoring
(take care not to slow the game down)
: While scoring tables will be provided, players should be familiar with
scoring and able to score hands efficiently without assistance
: Please give an exact point count in-between hands when asked,
as incorrect point counts can be penalized if they affect the game
: Revealed discards “past the wall” cannot be revoked
: Do not draw until previous player releases their discard
: Take care not to willingly stall or slow-play a game
: No looking at tiles not revealed through legal game action (no chasing rabbits)
: No spectating / commenting on another game