This page contains
house rules and rule clarifications.
- Each round will last 1 hour and 30 minutes.
- Depending on the number of entrants, each table
will have 5 or 6 players.
- Players will be ranked in order of finish for each
- A player’s money total after each round will be
determined by adding all money and possessions when time is called.
- A score of 1 will be assigned to the winner of the
- The highest number score will be assigned to the
player with lowest money total or to the first player to go bankrupt.
- Tables for Round 1 and Round 2 will be determined
- Place finishes from Round 1 and Round 2 will
determine the tables for Round 3.
- A player’s money total at the end of Round 1 and 2
will be used in the case of a tie.
- We play by the "Nice Rule" - you pay for
the rent of the properties you land on, even if the owner of the
property forgets to ask for payment.
- Immunities are not allowed. (For example: "I’ll trade you this
property if you don’t make me pay when I land on it the next 3
- $500 and all tax money are placed in the middle of
- If a player lands on “Free Parking” he or she wins
the money in the middle of the board.
- If a player lands on the 10% or $200 tax spot, he
or she must pay $200.
- Each player is given $1500 at the beginning of the
game (Two $500s, Two $100s, Two $50s, Six $20s, Five $10s, Five $5s,
- The buying and selling of houses does not have to
occur on your turn, but rather, can be done at any time during the game.
- Each game board must have exactly 32 houses and 12
- When a player rolls doubles on the 3rd roll when in
jail, the person moves no matter what.
If they roll doubles, they move and do not pay the $50 (They do
not roll again even though doubles were rolled). If the player does not roll doubles,
they pay the $50, then move.
- When a player lands on a utilities spot, they do
not roll again, but instead, use the first total of the dice.
- If a player lands on an available property and
chooses not to purchase it, the property is auctioned off to the highest
- Auctions are held for individual houses or hotels
if there is a shortage. The
winning bidder must pay a minimum of the price stated for houses and
hotels for that property’s card.
- You can trade mortgaged property. It just needs to be treated as still
- There are no side deals when a person is going
bankrupt. The person may only be
in transaction with the player who is bankrupting them.
- Mortgaged properties at the end of the game are
worth 1/2 the price.