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There are different opinions about where you should place your Mahjong discarded tiles, whether in front of your other tiles or in the middle of the table, mixed with the other players' discarded tiles. I personally believe that placing them in front of each player makes the game easier and more enjoyable. Because everyone has his or her own discarded tiles in front of them, the other players can see what each person has discarded and what not. Therefore, according to which suits are missing from the discarded piles, it is easier to understand which tiles each person is hoping to use to create their Mahjong and therefore it's possible to decide if it's a good idea to discard a specific tile that might allow a different player to win.
When a Mahjong tile is discarder it's considered "dead" and cannot be used or picked up again unless you have a pair of the same kind and picking up the discarded tile allows you to open a "three of a kind" set. This is only if you already have two of that kind. If you do, you say "pong" and take the discarded tile to show your set. You can't do it to create a "run", meaning three subsequential numbers of a same suit, unless you are the next one in turn to play. Another exception is if you are calling for Mahjong, meaning using the last discarded tile to finish all the required sets that allow you to win, and declare Mahjong. Then you are allowed to call for the discarded tile.
If a player plays all their cards and has no card to discard they become a floater and must remain in until they have the ability to discard if some one goes out before you can discard you must draw and subtract those points
1.First divide the coins into 3 groups. 2 groups of 67 and 1 group of 66. 2.Weigh the 2 groups of 67. If they are the same discard and go with the group of 66. If they are different take the lighter group and discard the other 2 groups. You now know that it is either in a group of 66 or 67 coins. 3a. If 66 take them and divide into 3 groups of 22. Weigh 2 of the groups. If they are the same discard and go with the other group of 22. If 1 is lighter go with that group of 22. 3b. If you had the group of 67 divide them into 2 groups of 22 and 1 group of 23. Weigh the 2 groups of 22. If they are the same, discard them and go with the group of 23. If one is lighter go with that group of 22. You now know that the lighter coin is in a group of either 22 or 23 coins. 4a. If you had a group of 22 divide it into 2 groups of 7 and 1 group of 8. Weigh the groups of 7. If the same discard them and go with the the group of 8 and take any other coin and add it for a group of 9. If one group is lighter take that group and add any 2 other coins which will also make a group of 9. 5. Divide the 9 coins into 3 groups of 3. Weigh any 2 groups. If they are the same, discard them and go with the other group of 3. If 1 is lighter, go with that group of 3. 6.Weigh any 2 of the coins. If one is lighter you have found the lightest coin. If they weigh the same the other coin is the lightest one.
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Simple, It wouldn't keep any old Windows 95, 98, ME or NT installation floppy disk unless you need them for old device drivers that you still use. I would still keep Windows 2000 or XP installation CD thats for sure.