Released as Crooked Cash in the US Market.

The game has some slight differences compared with traditional Monopoly. There are 4 fewer spaces and only hotels are used. In addition, there are ‘fake’ money notes and Chance Cards.

When money is traded hands, any player can ‘inspect’ one note from the transaction (any player can inspect twice per lap of the board). If the note is fake, the inspector keeps the note and adds it to their reserves. If it real, play continues. Chance Cards can also be inspected in the same way – except the reward is £100.

The game ends when all properties have been purchased, the player with the most cash (real or fake) wins the game.