==============================  CFJ 2516  ==============================

    Flipping the contestmaster of a contract to Human Point Two would


Caller:                                 Quazie

Judge:                                  scshunt
Judgement:                              TRUE



Called by Quazie:                       10 May 2009 00:57:20 GMT
Assigned to scshunt:                    10 May 2009 23:02:55 GMT
Judged TRUE by scshunt:                 12 May 2009 22:17:46 GMT


Caller's Arguments:

I'm not sure if it would outright fail due to clause b) in R2136 due
to the fact that I was just contestmaster of 'C# party' or if due to
R2136 Human Point Two is not a possible value for a contract's
contestmaster switch to be flipped to, and as a result the switch
would instead be switched to 'none' as specified in R2162.


Caller's Evidence:

Part of R2136:
      A contract's contestmaster CAN be flipped by any player without 3
      objections, or as specified by the contract.  Rules to the
      contrary notwithstanding, it CANNOT be flipped in any other way,
      and CANNOT be flipped to a given player if any of the following
      are true:

        a) The player has not explicitly consented to be contestmaster
           of that contest.  (Intent to flip a contract's contestmaster
           to oneself constitutes explicit consent to be contestmaster
           of that contest.)

        b) A member of that player's basis has already become a
           contestmaster within the past seven days.

Part of R2162:
      At any given time, each instance of a switch has exactly one
      possible value for that type of switch.  If an instance of a
      switch comes to have a value, it ceases to have any other value.
      If an instance of a switch would otherwise fail to have a
      possible value, it comes to have its default value.


Judge scshunt's Arguments:

TRUE; no contract can possibly have HP2 as a valid value for its
contestmaster as HP2 is not first-class.