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*Several players wish to buy a number of [[House]]s, but the Bank does not have enough to give all players the amount they want.
 
*Several players wish to buy a number of [[House]]s, but the Bank does not have enough to give all players the amount they want.
 
*A player goes bankrupt to the Bank. When this happens, the Banker immediately auctions ALL of the bankrupted player's property to the highest bidder, and bidding starts at any price.
 
*A player goes bankrupt to the Bank. When this happens, the Banker immediately auctions ALL of the bankrupted player's property to the highest bidder, and bidding starts at any price.
*A player lands on the [[Auction (space)|Auction space]] in [[Monopoly: The Mega Edition]] and there areunowned properties. Different versions of the Monopoly game have different auctions. Example: The nintendo 64 version auction says Going onece Going twouce Gone! Highest winner gets whatever there fighting for.
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*A player lands on the [[Auction (space)|Auction space]] in [[Monopoly: The Mega Edition]] and there areunowned properties.

Revision as of 03:09, 26 May 2011

One major part of the rules of Monopoly is the concept of Auctioning. Auctions may take place under any of the following:

  • A player does not wish to immediately buy an unowned property when they land on it.
  • Several players wish to buy a number of Houses, but the Bank does not have enough to give all players the amount they want.
  • A player goes bankrupt to the Bank. When this happens, the Banker immediately auctions ALL of the bankrupted player's property to the highest bidder, and bidding starts at any price.
  • A player lands on the Auction space in Monopoly: The Mega Edition and there areunowned properties.