New ITSF Game Rules

As President of the ITSF Rules Commission, Mr. Tom Yore has done a great job in working with the team of international delegates in charge of creating a new set of Rules for ITSF sanctioned tournaments. This new set of rules will be used at the World Cup in Hamburg (May 25-28, 2006), where Mr. Yore will make a presentation of the rules and run an Officialメs Clinic to train and certify new referees. These Rules will also be used in the World Championships in Italy (November 3-5, 2006).


All federations can start using these Rules effective immediately if they wish to do so, without any obligation. The organizers of the Cambridge Open, taking place on the weekend of January 21-22 in the United Kingdom were the first to use the new rules. The new ITSF Rules will become compulsory for all ITSF sanctioned tournaments in the 2007 ITSF Tour.


Our present objective is to test these rules and adapt them as needed.
After the Hamburg World Cup, the Rules Committee, which will be appointed by Tom Yore, will make any necessary changes and they will be submitted to ITSF Executive Committees vote.


2006 ITSF Game Rules

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