Here's How to play PIT (PART 2) .
After points are recorded, move the deal clockwise and repeat.
The first player to reach 500 points is the winner.
Pit Commodity Values:
Pit Commodity Cards
Any player who either a) begins trading before the Pit is open, or b) announces a corner without actually having one loses 20 points.
Pit Alternate Rules Bull and Bear Edition:
If your version of Pit includes a Bull card and a Bear card, you can play a slightly different version of pit for three to six players. Play proceeds as normal, with one suit being used for each player in the game. Additionally, include the Bull and the Bear card in the deck. This will result in two players having 10 cards instead of 9 when the cards are dealt.
Deal and play as normal with a few small exceptions. You may trade combinations that include either the Bull or the Bear when trading. For example, if you wanted to trade two wheat and a Bull, you would try to imitate a three-card trade. You still cannot mix commodities in trades.
The Bull card can be used in two ways–It can be wild and used to complete a 9 card set (8 of one commodity plus the bull) for the normal number of points allocated for that set. Additionally, it can be used to make a 10 card set (9 of one commodity plus the Bull), which is worth twice as many points as normally allocated.
The Bear card is a penalty card. Whoever is stuck with it when a Corner is called loses 20 points. Additionally, if the Bull card is in a players hand when another player Corners a commodity, the player holding the Bull also loses 20 points.
Play is otherwise unchanged, and you should consider familiarizing yourself with the regular version before including the Bull and Bear cards.
PIT by Hasbro
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