In this mode a full game of mahjong is played, which stretches over several hands. The game is divided into a number of rounds (two for riichi, and four for classical and competition rules.) During a round, the winds are rotated from player to player, until all players have played in all winds, which signifies that the round has come to an end.
Each round has a prevailing wind. The first round is the east round, and the following is the south round. For riichi, there are only these two rounds, while the classical and the international competition rules also have a west and a north round.
To play in a full game, you pay the bet for the table which will let you join the table with a set amount of points. After all players have been seated, the game starts with the first of a series of hands, and at the end of each hand points are settled between the players. When the game has ended the player with the most points receives the amount paid by the other players, minus a small fee collected by the game provider.
If the player gets disconnected or fails to take any action for two consecutive rounds the player will automatically be deactivated. This means that you will sit out as long as you are disconnected. When a disconnected player’s connection is reinstated the player can continue to play.