Saturday, August 10, 2019

How to Play Monopoly (Part 1)

Monopoly Game
Monopoly is not just a game... it
s a way of life.
Monopoly is a classic board game that is loved by players of all ages. However, most people find it hard to play. This is because the rules are quite complicated. Also, there are quite a number of variations out there that aren't really listed in the official rule book. In this post, we explain how to play monopoly in brief.

Monopoly Gameplay

What we really love about Monopoly is the fact that you can take a break from New Zealand casino games and play with family or friends, giving you the chance to bond. Now, let's look at the game in detail.

You can play the game with 2 people, or up to 8. After choosing the number of players in your game, you can then go ahead and choose a banker. The Banker is the one who's in charge of all the money, houses, property and hotels that still belong to the bank. The Banker can play if he wants, although his money has to be separated from the bank.

You will need to make sure that you set up the board, unfold the board and then lay it on a flat surface. You will also need to make sure that each one of the players has enough space in front of them to keep all of their money and property Deeds. Marked in the center is the Chance and Community Chest cards, which you must lay on the board as well.

Next, each of the players will have a chance to pick a game piece that they can move around the board. Each player must then be given $1500 to start with. You must then roll the dice in order to pick the first player. Just like in some online sports books, the player who rolls the highest number is the one who goes first and plays continues clockwise around the board.

You will then need to roll the dice and then move your game piece. If you are lucky enough to roll doubles, you will be required to move your game piece I again, but this is after resolving the space that you have landed on.

It's very important that you have a look at the space that you land on. This is because Monopoly has different kinds of spaces. You will notice that some of the spaces are properties that you can pay rent on or buy, but some of them will actually require you to draw a card from one or two decks, collect the money, or sometimes, go to jail.

In part 2 of this post, we will give you more details on Monopoly Gameplay so keep coming back to check.

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