Instead of purchasing ‘whole’ properties, players can buy shares of companies. Each company is divided into 9 parts. Once a player lands on an unowned property, they may become the ‘president’ and purchase five shares. This leaves four shares for other players to purchase. Only the player with the most shares (the President) holds the title deed and does not pay rent on that property.

Players can buy shares on their turn on any purchased properties. Shares can be sold back to the bank at any time or traded with other players.

Rent is paid directly to the bank and distributed when a player passes Go. That player receives £200 plus the rent (dividends) that their shares entitle them to.

Railways (Retail) and Utilities remain normal.

The game ends once all opponents have gone bankrupt.  

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