Question 69
At the start of his turn, Ray finds Red and Yellow in contact with each other. He initially decides to play with Red and picks it up and then places it a new position in contact with Yellow in preparation for the croquet stroke. Before playing the stroke, he changes his mind, and replaces Red to where it was before he moved it and picks up Yellow to place it in a new position in contact with Red and plays a croquet stroke in which Red moves. Is this allowed?      
Yes
No

 

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