Can a Monopoly match take forever if it's played with unlimited houses and hotels?
- USAFisnumber1Lv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
No. It is not just the roll of the dice, it is how you play the game. Kids often try to get all the railroads and utilities. Fun but a losing strategy. Buying the cheap properties only is a weak strategy. It also depends on the rules. If you play by the rules AS WRITTEN the game goes really fast. Most people play that you can only buy a property if you land on it, instead of it being auctioned.
- JamesLv 46 months ago
It wouldn't be Monopoly if it was played with unlimited houses and hotels. Forever is a very long time.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 79 months ago
Not really..........eventually whoever owns the greens and Blues, will accumulate more wealth with one good hit, then you can with even 2 or 3 hits with lesser properties.
- TStoddenLv 79 months ago
It may feel like forever, but it's a bit dependent on how property is distributed & the roll of the dice... even if you choose to utilize an "unlimited buildings" houserule. The only difference is how large of a financial swing there is for each player as they complete laps around the board. As long as there's a downward trend for a player, the game will eventually end.
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- MikeyLv 710 months ago
Probably not, as there is some RNG involved.