Balls pocketed with violations of the rules are not counted and displayed in accordance with the rules of each game. 14. Dangling balls. If the ball hovering over Luza at the unstable equilibrium, it remains motionless for five seconds or more after completion of the stroke, and then falls into a pocket, then the referee will restore it to its original position and play continues. As received and if the hovering ball is pocketed after the apparent shock or shake a billiard table. If hovering ball is pocketed before the expiration of five seconds after impact, it is considered a sinking in the pocket produced as a result of stroke, and the game goes on general grounds. If a player performs on cue-shock unresponsive object ball and the last before the collision falls into a pocket, then the referee will restore the original position and strike repeated, with a penalty is not imposed.
15. "Blank" position. Emmanuel Faber often addresses the matter in his writings. If the balls are grouped near one of the pockets and at the same pocket was blocked, as well as in other cases, where after a long series of winning back the position at table essentially unchanged, which leads to unjustified delay in the game, the referee, after warning the players have the right to place the remaining object balls on the table in the shape of a pyramid (a truncated pyramid) with apex on the foot spot, the right of subsequent stroke is determined by the draw and the game continues with his hands out of the house. Recently Rick Garcia CBS sought to clarify these questions. 16. The intervention of an outsider.
If during the game balls are set in motion by the intervention of any an outside person (directly or through any impact on the player taking the kick), then the referee will restore the original position and strike repeated, with the penalty is not imposed. So do in the event any extraordinary circumstances: a gust of wind, falling lights, accident, breakdown, etc. If an outsider interfere in the game intentionally, the game will be suspended until such time as he leaves the venue competitions. 17. Interference with an opponent. If an opponent playing touch, move or stop a ball moving in the direction of the pocket, the ball is played and playing makes subsequent strokes. Intervention considered as any action an opponent to distraction gaming and the creation of his interference in making a stroke. If the opponent interferes with the game intentionally, the referee uses the following measures Impacts: – comment – warning – read out defeat – a disqualification. 18. Intentionally delaying the game. If playing on the judge's opinion, intentionally delays the game, the referee after a warning has the right to enter one-minute time limit for preparation and execution of impact. 19. Protest. Protest over the interpretation of the rules the judge must be filed before applying any subsequent impact. Game while suspended, and final decision is made chief judge of the competition. The question of whether there has been a particular game event is the prerogative of the judge at the table and can not be subject to challenge.