Actually, that would be solved by simply releasing an errata; something the EMA\'s done at least once already. But maybe that is too hard. Seriously, an errata release would be quite enough until they decide to release updated rules (which is something they need to do anyway), and when they do THAT (if ever), they can\'t very well argue that it\'s too much work to fix a mistake in a reference sheet used on, I imagine, every tournament in Europe. Indeed, they couldn\'t well use that reference sheet when they\'ve updated the rules, since the reference sheet itself would have yaku worth no han.No it\'s not hard to change one version. But it\'s not easy to change each translation and many players will be afraid of change.
Because that\'s hard. Jesus.How do you make versions in English, Danish, French and more without the original?
Ah, maybe the pdf itself wasn\'t stolen, but the reference sheet could have been, and the mistake carried on from the original. I doubt EMA are professional enough to come up with a sheet like that on their own, given how much they care about it. Oh was that sarcasm? Why yes it was.
Challenge to EMA: if you ARE professional enough to make a sheet like that; fix that, as you so eloquently put it elsewhere, \"simplification\". You should be able to do it, no?