A New Deal





33. There must be a new deal by the same dealer if during the deal or

during the play of the hand the pack be found to be incorrect or

imperfect; but all points scored on previous hands stand.



34. If any card be found faced in the pack before a lead is made, there

must be a new deal.



35. If, while dealing, a card be exposed by the dealer or his partner,

the adversaries can call for a new deal, provided that neither of them

has touched the cards. A card exposed by either adversary gives that

claim to the dealer, provided that his partner has not touched the

cards. If a new deal does not take place, the exposed card cannot be

called.



36. If, during the deal, a player touch any of his cards, the

adversaries may do the same without losing their privilege of claiming a

new deal, should chance give them such option.



37. If, in dealing, one of the last cards be exposed, and the dealer

turn up the trump before there is reasonable time for his adversaries to

decide as to a fresh deal, they do not thereby lose their privilege.



38. A deal made with the adversaries' cards is good, provided that the

trump card has been turned. If not, a new deal may be claimed. The

players thus losing their cards may reclaim them at the end of the

deal.



39. Should the dealer, in turning the trump card, expose any other card

of the pack, there must be a new deal.



40. A deal out of turn can be stopped, if the error be discovered before

the trump card is turned; otherwise the deal stands.





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