Going out

If a player has four complete sets and a pair (or a legal irregular hand accepted in the rules) he may “go out“. The last tile needed to complete the hand can be received either from the Wall (or from the Dead Wall, as a supplement tile), or by claiming another player’s discard and declaring 'Out' at the same time. Most rules allow also a special case where a player can declare out by robbing another player's Kong. Some rules also allow declaring out on completion of a player's fourth Kong. 

After the declaration of "Out" the deal is ended and the Scores dialog box is displayed.

Note: Some rules specify restrictions on the winning hand, e.g. a minimum point requirement, or prohibition of mixed suits, etc. For details, see Restrictions on the winning hand.

Declaring ‘Out’

Related topics:
Goal of the game
Regular tiles
Extra tiles
Regular pace of the game
Declaring a melded Kong
Declaring a concealed Kong
Declaring Ready
Robbing a Kong
Deal ends in a draw
Faulty declaration of Out