MCR SCORING ELEMENTS LIST
There are 81 different scoring elements (aka fan's pinyin: 番) known to the Mahjong Competition Rules (aka Chinese Official) worldwide standards. The standards are described in the MCR Greenbook (pdf format) and outlined here, not only describing them in detail but also with various samples and context. For your convenience we have several groupings, the first by type, the second by element number (descending), thirdly by score amount, which ever suits you best.
There are thirteen scoring elements that score one point
bonus tile (not included for minimal 8 points handscore):
combinations of two sets:
There are ten scoring elements that score one point
There are four scoring elements that score four points.
There are six scoring elements that score six points.
There are ten scoring elements that score eight points.
There are five scoring elements that score twelve points.
There are six scoring elements that score sixteen points.
There are three scoring elements that score thirtytwo points.
There are three scoring elements that score fourtyeight points.
There are six scoring elements that score sixtyfour points.
There are seven scoring elements that score eighty-eight points.
There are fifteen Chow based scoring elements.
There are twenty-two Pung based sets and combinations, the same set and combination may be applied for Kongs
11 All Honors (64)
One or more Kong set combinations may score extra points.
These hands score points because the hand has special characteristics or patterns that will score extra points.
These combinations are special in a sense that the combinations or hands are not formed by regular chow, pung, kong and pair combinations.
The last tile drawn / claimed may score additional points
If you are waiting for that one unique tile that may score extra points.