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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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comment 1932 Finance board game
Not sure the exact version you have or condition, but from the one google query I did, you can find others on the internet selling for $5-50.
Mar
20
answered Do you forfeit that piece if you do not take a compulsory move?
Feb
27
revised Why is capturing mandatory in checkers/draughts? What if capturing was optional like any normal move? Would the game become completely unplayable?
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Feb
27
answered Why is capturing mandatory in checkers/draughts? What if capturing was optional like any normal move? Would the game become completely unplayable?
Feb
27
answered Is it possible to fill an othello/rervesi board with one color?
Feb
23
comment Has there ever been any use for Lich?
The linked 'lich' page has a 'view decks with lich' link: magic.tcgplayer.com/db/… have you looked through these decklists for an answer to your question?
Feb
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revised Didn't Say Uno Before Running Out of Cards
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Feb
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answered Didn't Say Uno Before Running Out of Cards
Feb
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answered Do Get Out of Jail Free cards “have value”?
Jan
27
comment Am I obligated to identify cards owned by an opponent?
@Rainbolt I admit this answer is not complete, but is all I know about the topic and felt it was too much of an answer to post only as a comment.
Jan
27
answered Am I obligated to identify cards owned by an opponent?
Jan
14
comment Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
@TomAu I was asking for a rules citation or reference. Players are not restricted from trading, mortgaging/unmortgaging, or building houses/hotels on other players turns. unwinding complex trades seems like they could get incredibly messy. for example: the bankrupt player trades a property to an opponent who then wants to develop it, inciting a bidding war for the last few houses available from the bank. If that trade gets undone, how do you resolve the fact that secret information (how much people are willing to spend on houses) was leaked to other players?
Jan
14
comment Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
can you source the 'undo trading' part? trades can happen at any time during the game and it is only polite to wait until in between peoples turns/actions. This rollback could theoretically involves tons of cash, all players on the board, and the bank.
Jan
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Jan
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comment Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
@IvoBeckers I both agree and disagree. I agree with having answers build off one another so we end up with the best quality answers. But generally if an answer is present and has up-votes, it discourages others to contribute. Maybe your original answer text should have been a comment?
Jan
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revised Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
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Jan
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answered Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
Jan
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comment Can you force property onto players in Monopoly
What rulebook do you have? What version/year? I have never seen it written that way in the rules.
Dec
28
revised Catan Junior: When drawing the “pirate ghost” Coco (parrot) card to move the ghost, do you recieve resources?
retag withcorrect game.