As pointed out by Yong Chuan I’ve taught some steps in the wind seat assignment wrongly. Thanks Yong Chuan for pointing this out! Here’s the complete quote from the add-on portion of World Riichi Championship 2017.
The order in which players are seated must be decided before deciding the first
dealer. Whether it’s the luck of a certain seat, or simply the order in which
players will be drawing with respect to each other, it matters. So, one of each
wind (North, South, East, West) and one odd and one even tile (usually 1p and
2p in Japan) will be used. One player will turn the tiles face down, shuffle, and
then arrange them in a row of 6. The player across from him rolls the dice as if
he were rolling to determine where in the wall to start drawing tiles, except that
here it determines the temporary East seat. The east marker is placed in
front of that seat. The tiles are turned up and the two numbered tiles are
moved to their respective outsides of the row. If the number rolled is even,
start from the even number, if it is odd, start from the odd side of the row, and
distribute a wind tile to each player moving around the table counterclockwise
starting at the temporary East seat. The players move to the wind seat they
received with respect to the temporary East seat. Finally temporary East rolls
the dice once to determine the first Dealer (Oya), counting off
counterclockwise in the same manner as above. This procedure happens prior
to the game and timer starting
The portion in bold orange was the portion that should correct my mistake.
I will make visual aids after I’ve completed my studies and travelling. Those who have understood this procedure, please guide those who can’t. Always appreciate everyone for cooperating and helping out each other!
Also, the schedule for the 2nd quarter out. Will update the webpage when I’m free.
Every Saturday has SMC session except 14 April 2018 and 30 June 2018.
As for our biannual tournament, we are planning it to be 10th June but await confirmation from C.C. The alternative date will be 3rd June. Either way, they will be on a Sunday.