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Old Thu Jan 25, 2018, 08:32pm
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Originally Posted by bainsey View Post
I have a dinner bet riding on this one.

Opening tip-off, two man. R makes the toss, U is tableside (as always).

A-1 taps the ball hard and out of bounds, over the opposite sideline.

B's ball, of course, but who is supposed to whistle it?
Not sure on the proper mechanic but I would find it hard to believe that the R could whistle a line to which his back is facing. How could he see it and even know when to blow the whistle? Oh, and indeed, the teeth issue.
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