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Nobody wins yet. You return 2 C/m to the board and continue your turn. According to the ICF rules: If a player pockets the Striker with his own C/m by a proper stroke, the number of C/m so pocketed, with a Due C/m, shall be taken out for placing and the player shall continue his turn.


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The game will continue, returning the pocketed C/m along with a penalty. If the stroke was proper, your turn continues with you trying to cover the Queen. From the ICF rules: a) While covering the Queen by a proper stroke, if a player pockets the striker along with his C/m, the C/m so pocketed plus one C/m as Due shall be taken out for placing by ...


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It will be a Foul. You will lose your turn, the pocketed piece will be returned, and a penalty piece will be returned. Presumably your touch caused the piece to move. According to the ICF rules: The C/m and/or Queen shall not be moved or disturbed after the Break, except by way of a stroke. If touched, moved or disturbed the same shall be replaced in ...


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According to the ICF rules, it's a loss for you. Depending on who covered the Queen, your opponent will get 1-3 points, +1 for the Striker, and +1 if it was an improper stroke. a) If a player pockets the last C/m of his own and of his opponent together with the Striker by a proper stroke he shall lose the Board by one point, if the Queen has been ...


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This can't happen. From these rules, the Queen can't be left without a piece from each team still being on the board. Pocketing either player's final piece with the Queen still on the board is a foul, which returns the pocketed piece and a penalty piece. If the Queen and the striker were pocketed together while pieces were left, this is also a foul. Since ...


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It is against the rules: Striking For each strike, the player must position the striker within the baseline OR on one of the two circles at either end of the baseline. A striker within the baseline must touch both the front line and the rear line. The striker may not "cut the moon" - be placed partially within the baseline and ...



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