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In monopoly there are two kinds of cards that move you around the board. Ones are that keep moving you clockwise until you hit the set square. This is one of them. On those cards it says to collect 200 if you pass go. In this case you are landing on it directly. The other types of cards move you directly to a square. This may be the only one but it ...


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If you get the "bad" Chance or Community Chest card that has you owing more money to the the bank than you can pay, the bank is your creditor, and you must turn over your property "as is" to the bank, just like any other creditor. The bank is unlike a "normal" creditor, insofar it gets to "unmortgage" your property for "free." The bank will auction your ...


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From my understanding they all go back to the bank. They all then actually got auctioned off (I thought they went back for sale like at the start of the game). Should you owe the Bank, instead of another player, more than you can pay (because of taxes or penalties) even by selling off buildings and mortgaging property, you must turn over all assets ...


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Our house rule was that the player owing the money could try to AUCTION off one or more of their properties to remain solvent. Everyone, including the player who is owed the money, could bid. Each property was dealt with, in turn, until the amount of the rent was covered. The player who was owed the money got to pick the oder of the auctions. The properties ...


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The rules: House and hotels may be sold back to the Bank at any time for one-half the price paid for them. All houses on one color-group must be sold one by one, evenly, in reverse of the manner in which they were erected. All hotels on one color-group may be sold at once, or they may be sold one house at a time (one hotel equals five houses), ...



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