Disputes





77. Any dispute shall be referred to the dealer, unless he be one of the

disputing persons; and if on a matter of fact his decision shall be final

and binding; and if on a matter of law, he shall interpret these laws

literally, and not by implication.



78. If the dealer be one of the disputing persons, the dispute shall

be referred to the person on the left of the dealer, and if he be one

of the disputing persons, it shall be referred to the person on the

tight of the dealer.



79. In a dispute, the dealer, or any player appointed to settle such

dispute, may appeal to any person at the table for evidence, and if such

person can give evidence, he shall do so.



80. If the players agree to waive a particular rule on a particular

occasion, a like concession cannot be claimed on another similar occasion.







81. These rules shall be binding on all players, unless a departure from

them has been agreed upon unanimously before play begins, and if one or

more rules he abrogated by common consent, such abrogation shall hold

only for that sitting, and for that sitting only so long as there is

no change of players, and it shall not apply to any future sitting.





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