Got a tough one.

One player puts his balls in the other players bin. Neither notice. The player who got the gift comes to table sees he has six balls with two easy shots up. He runs the two and ignores the fact his opponent has two balls in the jaws of his pocket.

Of course the player who gave the balls away suddenly realizes his error. Assuming the error was honest and the guy wasn't just lying is there a rule that covers this?

I have read the rules here, the BCA rule book and contacted at least three knowledgeable players (one of them a 1 pocket hall of famer) but haven't gotten an answer yet.

thanks all

One player puts his balls in the other players bin. Neither notice. The player who got the gift comes to table sees he has six balls with two easy shots up. He runs the two and ignores the fact his opponent has two balls in the jaws of his pocket.

Of course the player who gave the balls away suddenly realizes his error. Assuming the error was honest and the guy wasn't just lying is there a rule that covers this?

I have read the rules here, the BCA rule book and contacted at least three knowledgeable players (one of them a 1 pocket hall of famer) but haven't gotten an answer yet.

thanks all

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