[BLML] screen problem

Richard Hills hildalirsch at gmail.com
Sun May 24 10:00:14 CEST 2015

"South would like to know, one way or the other," does not mean that South
is entitled to immediately know.

For example, on occasions during the South West Pacific Teams at the early
stages of my match, apparent use of UI causes me to summon the Director. I
would like to know, one way or the other, about an adjusted score, as this
will affect my partnership's tactics for the rest of the match. But the UI
ruling is delivered at or near the end of the match. And this is fair
enough, since it is a judgement ruling requiring consultation with players
and other Directors.

Mechanical ruling, for example Penalty Card or non-established revoke =
Judgement ruling, for example UI or Law 64C established revoke = delayed

Best wishes,

Richard Hills

On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Steve Willner <swillner at nhcc.net> wrote:

> On 2015-04-13 9:48 AM, Herman De Wael wrote:
> > The situation is in no way dissimilar to the one without screens.
> It occurred to me later that the analogy is with L16B2: without screens,
> EW say that North's call was slow.  NS say it was in tempo.  Per L16B2,
> the Director is called.  How should he proceed?  In particular, should
> he rule immediately on whether North's call was in tempo?  Obviously
> South would like to know, one way or the other, before choosing his own
> call.
> I think the screen case can be seen as an extension of L16B2, whatever
> the answer for that may be.
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