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10-21-2019, 12:15 AM

It doesn't matter if it's a double hit or not, a "scoop jump" is always a foul, ergo ball in hand for you opponent.

Dr. Dave's video's have shown you can scoop with and without a double hit, but again for the resulting penalty it does not matter.

If scooping is done intentionally (this does not seem to be the case here) then it becomes unsportsmanlike conduct and can even mean you're thrown out of the tournament.

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