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Posted 2012-August-04, 04:17

View PostFrancesHinden, on 2012-July-31, 02:24, said:

The WBF regulation quoted is almost pointless, because
- it doesn't apply when screens are in use
- all* WBF events are played with screens


*AFAIK

I believe it's a contingency for occasions when there haven't been enough tables with screens and some have had to play without.
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Posted 2012-August-05, 11:33

View PostFrancesHinden, on 2012-July-31, 02:24, said:

The WBF regulation quoted is almost pointless, because
- it doesn't apply when screens are in use
- all* WBF events are played with screens
*AFAIK

View Postgordontd, on 2012-August-04, 04:17, said:

I believe it's a contingency for occasions when there haven't been enough tables with screens and some have had to play without.
IMO, the WBF are right to broaden the scope of their regulations to ease adoption for local competition. Some enlightened jurisdictions, like Scotland, already comply with WBF regulations. The WBF should integrate their laws and regulations into a single rule-book, that we can all follow, everywhere.
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