ESTABLISHMENT OF A REVOKE
Revoke Becomes Established
A revoke becomes established:
- when the offender or his partner leads or plays to the following trick (any such play, legal or illegal, establishes the revoke).
- when the offender or his partner names or otherwise designates a card to be played to the following trick.
- when a member of the offending side makes a claim or concession of tricks orally or by facing his hand or in any other way.
- when agreement is established (as per Law 69A) to an opponent’s claim or concession; the offending side having raised no objection to it before the end of the round, or before making a call on a subsequent board.
Revoke May Not Be Corrected
Once a revoke is established, it may no longer be corrected (except as provided in Law 62D for a revoke on the twelfth trick or as in Law 62C3), and the trick on which the revoke occurred stands as played.