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In short - this situation can't arise in Monopoly as long as the normal official rules are being followed. The text on the chance card says Go back to Old Kent Road Do not pass GO. Since Old Kent Road is the very first property, there is nowhere you can go back to it and pass GO. All movement is in the direction of the GO arrow, unless you're instructed ...


No, that player may not buy that property. That property should have immediately gone to auction when the player opted not to buy it on their turn. Thus when they start their next turn, the property is already owned. From the Monopoly Rules: BUYING PROPERTY: Whenever you land on an unowned property you may buy that property from the Bank at its printed ...


The reason for "go back to" is to prevent you from passing GO and collecting $200.


Yes, if you pass Go, you collect $200. See the monopoly wiki: Advance to Illinois Ave. {Avenue}. [Advance to Trafalgar Square] If you pass Go, collect $200. {Second sentence omitted.} (Mr. Monopoly has tied a cloth bundle onto his cane to make a bindle, carried over his right shoulder, and is smoking a cigar)


No. moves after rolling dice are clockwise/forward. from the rules here Place your token on the corner marked "GO," throw the dice and move your token in the direction of the arrow the number of spaces indicated by the dice. After you have completed your play, the turn passes to the left. The tokens remain on the spaces qccupied and proceed from ...


Yes. “Advance to Illinois Ave” just means to move forward normally until you are at Illinois Ave. If you pass go you collect $200 like normal.


It says 'Go back to', so that definitely means backwards. There are no tricks involved, it's just plain English. There are other cards for moving forwards, e.g. a (Chance) card which says 'Advance to Boardwalk'; they use a different phrase.


The Blue box is the 2018 edition. The Purple box is the 2019 edition. Amazon links for reference: 2018: 2019:

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