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| Monopoly_Deal_FAQ_1-2.pdf (98 KB)|
FAQ 1.2 updated 4/11/11. All answers verified by HASBRO multiple times. This FAQ covers questions not covered by the official FAQ or rules sheet. This version corrects an error regarding houses and adds some minor things. All questions have been asked of HASBRO 2-3 times. After finishing this version I submitted the entire FAQ to HASBRO to see if anything was wrong. They confirmed that the information was correct.
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(At the bottom under regular Monopoly.)
Q - Is it true that if a player gets a house as
part of a payment and he doesn?t have a set to
play it on, that it stands alone among his
property until he can play it on a set?
A - Yes
Q - If you play a house as an action does it
retain its monetary value therefore is it able to
be used to pay a debt? (Rent etc..)
A - Yes, you may pay rent with a house or a
**These two are now suspect, see thread linked below for more info**
|Apr 12, 2011|
Monopoly Deal Rules Pdf
- This Monopoly Deal Strategy section has a couple of strategies related to just two person games. These strategies do not break any of the official Monopoly Deal Rules and have been used by us and other monopoly deal players to successfully win.
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Helping Other Players Complete Their Full Sets is Good karma
Monopoly Deal Card Game Rules Pdf
Since a Deal Breaker can only be used to steal full sets sometimes it’s good strategy to “help” your opponent complete a full set. One way to “help” your opponent is to entice them into completing that set. For example, if your opponent has two dark green property cards on the table (none are dual color wild property cards) and you have one in your hand (as well as a Deal Breaker), laying it down may be enough to entice them to steal it to complete their own full green set, you can then use your Deal Breaker on your next turn to steal that full set..