In the SG6a: The Root of Our Confusion, Crossing the Fence Necessitates Trapping Q&A, our spoken definition of trapping was revised from being
to now being
Unfortunately we still have same problem with this revised definition as we did before.
If a robot crosses the fence - thereby taking up space on the other side of the fence - and their opponent tries to enter the space taken up by the first robot, then they are “‘cornered’ and stuck in a section of the field” - the section that is not taken up by the robot who has crossed the fence.
How should referees determine when a robot is “‘cornered’ and stuck in a section of the field” given that crossing the fence necessarily confines your opponents to the section of the field not taken up by the robot that has crossed the fence?