Holmes, Watson, Lestrade and Mrs. Hudson are playing mahjong game. Today's game is special because our foursome decided to determine the best player of the season. Whoever wins the game will be named as best player. In case of shared winners, a new game will be played.

Before the last deal, the score looked strange and funny: all three gentlemen have +18 points while Mrs. Hudson has -54 points. At this point time, all the gentleman are willing to win by any means.

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LONDON - The race continues! Let's take a look at ranking in Sherlock Holmes Mahjong Mysteries Solving Contest after mystery #3.

LONDON - Before a traditional game at 221 B Baker Street, there is a mahjong class. Mrs. Hudson is asking Sherlock Holmes:

"If a complete hand allows multiple ways to score, what is the appropriate way to manage that?"

 

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Question (): Provided Watson did not play while sleeping and the deal has been continued as long as it possible without disturbing Watson please tell how many dreams Dr. Watson has seen during his sleep?

Note: One dream corresponds exactly to one successful declaration: "Flower", "Chow", "Pung", "Kong", "Hu" (no false "Hu" counts for successful declaration for clarity).

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Question 1 (): How many  "tiles with Bamboo image" are there in a typical mahjong set?

Question 2 (): Please, calculate the total change in points for Dr. Watson for each different "tile with Bamboo image" on it in the scenario as described.