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How to play Monopoly Speed Die

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Learn the rules to the speed die for the Monopoly board game quickly and concisely – This video has no distractions, just the rules.

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RULES:

The Speed Die is not used in determining doubles; instead it is used in determining triples. If triple 1s, 2s, or 3s are rolled, the player who rolled may move forward to any space on the board and complete their turn, then they do not roll again. If you pass go, you collect $200. If you roll triples after rolling doubles 2 times in a row, you do not go to jail but move anywhere on the board. The Speed Die is not used when trying to roll your way out of jail.

If you roll a 1, 2, or 3: Add the rolled number to the normal dice total. If you roll a Mr. Monopoly: Move according to the normal dice, and take that turn as normal. Before rolling again or passing the dice to the next player, move to the next unowned property, which you may buy or auction. If there are no unowned properties, then you move to the nearest unmortgaged property owned by an opponent. In the event that all opponents’ properties are mortgaged, do nothing.

If you roll a Bus: You can choose to move the value of both of the white dice, or just the value of one white die. For example, if you rolled a 2 and a 6 and a Bus, then you can choose to move 2, 6, or 8 spaces.

If you roll a bus in the Mega Edition, take 1 Bus Ticket from the deck. If there are no more tickets left, or if you decide to, move to the nearest Chance or Community Chest space, whichever of the two is closer.

20 Comments

  1. A variant of this die's rules that I came up with:The speed die is used for determining doubles as well.The speed die adds the total of the white die times the number. If not a number, assume 0. For example, rolling 3 and 6 on the white dice, and a 1 on the speed die means the number of spaces you move is (3+6)+(3+6)*1.Rolling triples allows you to move twice in a row, and rolling doubles after triples adds on an extra turn per double. For example, you roll a triple. Then you roll a double, then you don't, and then you roll a double, which does not cause you to go to jail.The speed die is used when trying to get out of jail.

  2. So mr monopoly is on 2 sides of the speed die?

  3. For anyone that wans to play monopoly with the speed die but they/you don’t actually have a speed die, u can replicate the speed die by using a THIRD 6-sided die, 1, 2 and 3 remain the same, but 4 and 5 are Mr. Monopolies and 6 is the bus, this can also work if you lost the speed die. (All rules mentioned in the video also applies).

  4. i thought it meant monopoly but you speed die or die fast for a second.

  5. Can u make how to play xiangqi (chinese chess)

  6. Please shave your beard. You look more handsome without the beard. :))))))))))))))

  7. Question: Everything on the board is owned and you role a Mr. Monopoly. Do you move the amount of spaces that's on the dice first and then go to the next unmortgaged property to pay rent? If so, does that mean if you land on someone's property first and pay them rent, then you have to move again to the next property to pay rent again? Sorry if the post is long and confusing, but it's a genuine question since I would hate to pay double rent on hotels

  8. When can you use the speed die? Can you use it whenever or can you only use it after a turn where you rolled doubles?

  9. What is the 6th face of the speed die? 1,2,3,mr monopoly, bus and???

  10. can you do more monopoly editions Triple S Games?

  11. So just after you passed GO for the first time, you can use the Speed Die, but if you roll doubles and a bus, do you only have a choice of the die and the two combined? Also, just after getting out of Jail, can you use the Speed Die for the rest of your turns or do you have to cross GO again to roll with the Speed Die? Finally, can you use the Speed Die on your 3rd turn in Jail?

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