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This rule in a sport has seen a few changes over the years. Earlier, the maximum number of times every participant could do something was two. Apparently, the rule was modified after TV broadcasters complained about the delays it could cause. So in 2001, the rule changed to a system where the first person to do so got a yellow card and the next person to do this got a red card.

In 2010, this rule changed again, controversially, to a harsher 'one-strike' rule. A recent high-profile casualty of this rule has caused many to call for a change from this stricter rule.

What rule, and what recent event has brought this into the spot-light?

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