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The booking should be taken after receiving the payment
The booking confirmation only after making the payment.
So simply no thats not a thing.
If you actual had read and or watch the How It works video beforte signing pup you would know all Bookings once made and the calendar shows availability for those dates picked, then the system confirms it.
Thats literally the main thing of how Booking.com works, there is no manual wait, review and then decline or confirm.
You have no control over it.
With that said you do have the option of enabling prepay direct, and if the guest has not prepaid within x hours or days, you can envoke the Request Cancel process choosing option1, and void their booking.
This can also be applied to deposits.