The referee's option not to call a foul if that call would benefit the offending team.
A rule that a referee should refrain from calling a foul if the call would be to the advantage of the offender's team.
The law which allows the referee to let play continue following an infraction if the stoppage of play would be a disadvantage to the team that was fouled.
A cornerstone of water polo which permits a referee to refrain from declaring a foul if, in his opinion, such a declaration would be an advantage to the offender's team. Applied properly, it speeds up the game and should result in more scoring.
A referee’s decision to let play continue when a foul was committed that, if called, would be a disadvantage to the team that was fouled.
A rule permitting a referee to refrain from calling a foul if it appears the call would advantage the offender's team.
a clause in the rules that directs the referee to refrain from stopping play for a foul if a stoppage would benefit the team that committed the violation.
a referee can decide not to call an infraction if allowing play to continue creates an advantage for the fouled team.
A choice the referee makes to allow the teams to keep playing when a foul is committed because the team that was fouled is better off.