[BLML] Could have known

Peter Smulders p.j.m.smulders at home.nl
Sun May 22 14:28:27 CEST 2016


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>I was in fact referring to L23
>Herman (egg off-face)

And how about L12B1?

The objective of score adjustment is to redress damage to a nonoffending
side and to take away any advantage gained by an offending side
through its infraction. Damage exists when, because of an infraction, an
innocent side obtains a table result less favourable than would have been
the expectation had the infraction not occurred – but see C1(b). 



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