richard.hills at immi.gov.au richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Tue Jul 24 02:57:42 CEST 2012

WBF Laws Committee minutes 18th October 2011:

6. The committee confirmed once again that if a
player’s attention is diverted as he makes an
unintended call the ‘pause for thought’ should be
assessed from the moment when he first
recognizes his error. It was decided to add to the
Laws a footnote to Law 25A as follows:

“A player is allowed to replace an unintended call
if the conditions described in Law 25A are met, no
matter how he may become aware of his error.”

The question is referred for further examination in
the next review of the Laws.

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