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08-04-2020, 01:29 PM

The premise of the question is biased based upon failing to consider all of the real world outcomes.
It assumes that there has to be a winner to the game. it must be A or B which is hardly the situation.
Every fool knows the 8 is in the middle or the 9 and the 10 when playing 8, 9, and 10 ball. It’s in the rules.
So it was never a legal rack. Besides even if you insist it was, the 3rd outcome is a do over. Just re-rack.
Neither player wins and the previous incorrectly racked balls that just pocketed the 10 ball doesn’t count.


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