[BLML] Back to the Future
svenpran at online.no
Sat May 30 17:02:37 CEST 2015
> In a later message, Tony mentions the situation where one or more tables
> forget an instructed arrow switch. He keeps the scores for those, and I
> understand why that situation differs from the one I asked about.
It doesn't. One is a forgotten scheduled arrow-switch the other is an
executed non-scheduled arrow-switch.
> Nothing in L16 seems directly applicable to the case I initially asked
> there might be an analogy.
[Sven Pran] The analogy is in the sentence: by seeing a card belonging to
another player at his own table before the auction begins (Law 16C1)
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