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Mah Jongg In Error with a Tossed in Hand That  Destroyed the Wall Scenario 4 (Article ID 54)  

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Players
Outcome
Player A declares mah jongg in error Player A stops playing. 
Player B throws their hand in and destroys the wall Player B stop playing and is responsible for paying remaining Players with intact hands. 
Player C and Player D have intact hands Player C and Player D collect payment from Player B, the lowest value on the card.

Source:  Mah Jongg Made Easy 2020, page 17, 4 (d)


Other answers from the NMJL:

The player must pay the two surviving players the lowest value on the card and the game ceases.” 
 
“Mah jongg in error.  No player should throw  their hand in until mah jongg has been verified.” 
 
“Mah jongg in error.  No player should throw  in their hand or expose their hand until the declarer’s hand is verified.” 
 
“Mah jongg in error.  No player should throw  their hand in until mah jongg has been verified.  If the declaration of mah jongg is in error, and one player throws in their hand and breaks the wall, that player is responsible for the stopping of the game.  That player who broke the wall pays the two remaining players the lowest value on the card.”  
 
Source for other answers: National Mah Jongg League Bulletin Q&A (1983 page 4, 1984, 1985, 1987 page 4, 1990 page 5, 1993 page 12, 2005, 2019)  https://www.nationalmahjonggleague.org

Mah Jongg In Error with a Tossed in Hand That  Destroyed the Wall Scenario 4 (Article ID 54)  
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