PROCEDURE AFTER ESTABLISHMENT OF A REVOKE
Automatic Trick Adjustment
When a revoke is established:
- and the trick on which the revoke occurred was won by the offending player*, at the end of the play the trick on which the revoke occurred is transferred to the non-offending side together with one of any subsequent tricks won by the offending side.
- and the trick on which the revoke occurred was not won by the offending player* then, if the offending side won that or any subsequent trick, after play ends one trick is transferred to the non-offending side.
No Automatic Trick Adjustment
There is no automatic trick adjustment following an established revoke (but see Law 64C) if:
- the offending side did not win either the revoke trick or any subsequent trick.
- it is a subsequent revoke in the same suit by the same player, the first revoke having been established.
- the revoke was made in failing to play a penalty card or any card belonging to dummy.
- attention was first drawn to the revoke after a member of the non-offending side has made a call on the subsequent deal.
- attention was first drawn to the revoke after the round has ended.
- it is a revoke on the twelfth trick.
- both sides have revoked on the same board and both revokes have become established.
- the revoke has been corrected as per Law 62C3.
Redress of Damage
- When, after any established revoke, including those not subject to trick adjustment, the Director deems that the non-offending side is insufficiently compensated by this Law for the damage caused, he shall assign an adjusted score.
- After repeated revokes by the same player in the same suit (see B2 above), the Director adjusts the score if the non-offending side would likely have made more tricks had one or more of the subsequent revokes not occurred.
- When both sides have revoked on the same board (see B7 above) and the Director deems that a contestant has been damaged, he shall award an adjusted scored based on the likely result had no revokes occurred.
* A trick won in dummy is not won by declarer for the purposes of this Law.