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Pit Classic - Frenzied Card swapping Fun - Family Card Game - Kids Toys - Ages 6+
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- Intense, fast paced card game for the whole family and friends
- Plan ahead which cards to trade and collect a single commodity
- Once you have 9 of a commodity, ring the bell and claim victory
- Sabotage your opponents by giving them a mix of commodity cards
- Includes : Case with bell, 74 cards & instructions
- Ideal for: Christmas Presents, Family games night, birthday presents, kids parties, holiday entertainment, wet weather days, camping, gifts, special treats
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Shout out and swap cards fast in this fast-paced commodity trading game. After the cards are dealt, the Pit game gets players shouting and swapping all at once as they try to collect 9 matching commodity cards. It's a rapid-fire exchange until one player completes their set and rings the bell to win the round. The first player to win three rounds wins the game.
- Frenzied, shouting, card-swapping fun
- Players race to collect 9 matching commodity cards
- First player to ring the bell wins
Advanced Game With Bull and Bear Cards
Try the advanced gameplay and add more risk to card trading with the Bull and the Bear cards. In this version of the game the Bull is a wild card, the Bear is bad news, and players have to pay attention to the numbers on the cards as they go for points. Bull and Bear cards can be traded alone, together, or in combination with any commodity. The game guide includes rules for this advanced gameplay, plus the standard gameplay for younger players.
Collect Matching Cards
Ready, set, go! At the ring of the bell, everyone plays at once. Players trade cards from their hands as they try to collect 9 of the same type of commodity. Cards feature fun and colourful illustrations of commodities such as sugar, coffee, corn, oil, and gold. Without revealing their hand, players hold up the cards and call out how many there are that they want to trade. They can trade with anyone holding up the same number of cards. Got 9 of a kind? Ring the bell to win the round. The first player to win three rounds wins the game.
Swap and Shout
There is no such thing as taking turns in the Pit game as players can imagine the fast-paced frenzy of buying and trading commodities. The dealer rings the bell to start the game and everyone tries to collect and swap commodities at once. Play an advanced version of the game using Bull and Bear cards, or younger players can play the standard game with fewer cards. The game includes an easy-carry plastic storage case with built-in bell.
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The Basic Game is the one without the bell, the bell being replaced by a big Pit Corner! card. The cards are stiff and seem poor-to-decent quality. See pictures.
The Orange Game comes with a built in case bell, very convenient and easy to store and transport the game and instructions. The cards are more flexible and seem of better quality. They are more cartoon like but colored.
The Deluxe version is the most expensive and includes the classic bell. The bell is a bit louder than the Orange Bell. I'm not sure that the cards are better quality but for sure are a bit more flexible than the Orange Game and definitely better quality than The Basic Game. I didn't like the lack of colors for the commodities, but the argument is that it makes the game a bit more challenging because you have to pay attention to the kind you are trading.
The game itself is very fun especially when played by 6 or more. There are a few variations / style of playing.
Everyone has a good time with it... I have to confess I love the original card version, but that is because I am a creature of habit and why change if it was perfect to begin with.
I purchased this newer set... which is just fine in every way... as gifts for others who have played with us and loved the game. I however will always stick to my 20 year old original card set. Love this game... get it you will love it.