HMF Playing Monopoly: Game 2


#341


Can you not financially cripple someone again?


#342

Isn’t that the goal of the game? :slightly_smiling_face:


#343

Well, you didn’t have to buy both blues AND purchase multiple houses for them!


#344

Nazareth: $1777 - $400 = $1377.

Player 1: Nazareth rolls a

Nazareth lands on New York Avenue. Nazareth pays DaZucc $16 rent. Nazareth: $1377 - $16 = $1361. DaZucc: $560 + $16 = $576. Because he rolled a double, Nazareth rolls again. He rolls a

Nazareth lands on Ventnor Avenue, which is also owned by DaZucc. He pays $22 in rent. Nazareth: $1361 - $22 = $1339. DaZucc: $576 + $22 = $598.

Player 2: Jacques_Shadow rolls a

Jacques lands on Indiana Avenue. Jacques pays DaZucc $18 in rent. Jacques: $600 - $18 = $582. DaZucc: $598 + $18 = $616

Player 4: DaZucc rolls a

DaZucc lands on Community Chest. DaZucc draws a Community Chest card. It reads:

“Receive for services $25.”

DaZucc: $616 + $25 = $641.

Player 5: SeanBernowicz rolls a

Sean lands on St. James Place. Sean pays Jacques $14 in rent. Sean: $937 - $14 = $923. Jacques: $582 + $14 = $596.



#345

Player 1: Nazareth rolls a

Nazareth lands on Luxury Tax. Nazareth: $1339 - $200 = $1139. Free Parking Jackpot: $910 + $200 = $1110.

Player 2: Jacques_Shadow rolls a

Jacques lands on Marvin Gardens. Jacques pays DaZucc $24 in rent. Jacques: $596 - $24 = $572. DaZucc: $641 + $24 = $665.

Player 4: DaZucc rolls a

DaZucc lands on Illinois Avenue, which he already owns.

Player 5: SeanBernowicz rolls a

Sean lands on B&O Railroad. Sean buys a $100 train ticket from Jacques. Sean: $923 - $100 = $823. Jacques: $572 + $100 = $672.



#346

@SeanBernowicz Sorry about screwing you over with the trainline there.


#347

What ticket costs 100 fucking dollars? Am I taking a train from Berlin to Beijing?


#348

Yes, It’s called the Transsiberean. Before anyone calls me creepy as I’m not playing but following this game, I find it entertaining. And I also need everyone to go bankrupt so I can play.

Carry on!


#349

If you were really sorry you’d give him his money back. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#350

So we good to go?


#351

Player 1: Nazareth rolls a

Nazareth passes Go and collects $200. Nazareth: $1139 + $200 = $1339. Nazareth lands on Reading Railroad. Nazareth buys a $100 train ticket from Jacques. Nazareth: $1339 - $100 = $1239. Jacques: $672 + $100 = $772.

Player 2: Jacques_Shadow rolls a

Jacques lands on Chance. Jacques draws a Chance card. It reads:

“Advance token to the nearest Railroad and pay owned twice the rental to which he/she is otherwise entitled.”

Jacques passes Go and collects $200. Jacques: $772 + $200 = $972. Jacques lands on Reading Railroad, which he already owns. (And FYI, this card came up before, I checked the Chance deck and there are 2 copies of this card. It just wound up being stacked together.)

Player 4: DaZucc rolls a

DaZucc goes to Jail. He goes directly to Jail. He does not pass Go. He does not collect $200. @DaZucc would you like to pay the $50 fine or would you like to attempt to escape next turn?

Player 5: SeanBernowicz rolls a

Sean lands on Pennslyvania Avenue. Sean pays DaZucc $150. Sean: $823 - $150 = $673. DaZucc: $665 + $150 = $815.



#352

I’m going to wait and attempt to roll a double.


#353

I hope you get shanked in prison


#354

Thanks, Sean.


#355

You stole 150 dollars from me, I have the evidence!


#356

Player 1: Nazareth rolls a

Nazareth lands on Connecticut Avenue. Nazareth pays Sean $40 in rent. Nazareth: $1239 - $40 = $1199. Sean: $673 + $40 = $713.

Player 2: Jacques_Shadow rolls a

Jacques also lands on Connecticut Avenue, and also pays Sean $40 in rent. Jacques: $972 - $40 = $932. Sean: $713 + $40 = $753. Because he rolled a double, Jacques rolls again. Jacques rolls a

Jacques lands on Tennessee Avenue. Jacques pays Nazareth $14 in rent. Jacques: $932 - $14 = $918. Nazareth: $1199 + $14 = $1213.

Player 4: DaZucc’s first attempt to escape Jail. He rolls a

DaZucc remains in Jail. Specifically the infirmary after being shanked.

Player 5: SeanBernowicz rolls a

Sean avoids bankruptcy and lands on Go. Sean: $753 + $200 = $953.



#357

You got our avatars on the wrong squares. :slightly_smiling_face:


#358

The infirmary beds are comfier anyway…


#359

Interesting that @Jacques_Shadow and @SeanBernowicz each have part of the winning setup from the Monopoly World Championship from a few years ago.

But I think @SeanBernowicz has this now. :wink:


#360

@SeanBernowicz is playing the long game. He’s going to strike out of nowhere.