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HoRav Yisroel Belsky Shlit"a (see Mishna Berurah 299:1) permits one to eat סעודת שלישית until 20 minutes after Shekiyah. Would someone still be able to say רצה if he started eating after Shkekiyah or is it too late?

  • Can you source your first sentence? I'm pretty sure "the Halacha" is not uniform about this issue. – Double AA Jan 3 '16 at 0:11
  • Our Rav paskens saying רצה after סעודת שלישית as usually most of the meal is eaten before Shekiya. I cannot give this as an answer as I do not have his source for this. Note if Rosh Chodesh is on Sunday, then he has us say רצה and not Yaaleh V'yavo (I think unlike the Mishnah Brurah, but I do not have the citation). One cannot say both as that is a contradiction. – sabbahillel Jan 3 '16 at 0:40
  • From my personal experience with Rabbi Belsky I would be surprised if he argued on rabbi Feinstein on this subject who disagreed with that mishna berurah to the degree of calling it a mistake and calling anyone who relies on it a poshea. So as Double said, can you source this claim? – user6591 Jan 3 '16 at 0:56
  • Since the person is relying on the lenient opinion that it's still Shabbat, (otherwise he couldn't eat) then why would he not say רצה? he started eating on Shabbat. – Danny Schoemann Jan 3 '16 at 8:59
  • @user6591 Where did RMF write that? – Double AA Jan 4 '16 at 3:48

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