There are three changed rules for this Short Game.
the Banker shuffles the pack of Title Deed cards, then the player to the left cuts them, then the Banker deals out two, one at a time, to each player. The players must immediately pay the Bank the printed price of each. Play then begins as in the regular game.
In this short game, it is necessary to have only three houses (instead of four) on each lot of a complete color-group before the player may buy a hotel.
Rent for a hotel remains the same as in the regular game. The turn-in value of a hotel is still one-half the purchase price, which in this game is one house fewer than in the regular game.
End of the Game
The first player to go bankrupt retires from play, as in the regular game. However, when the second bankruptcy occurs, the game ends.
Play immediately ceases, with the bankrupt player's turning over to there creditor all that they have of value, including buildings and any other properties.
This happens whether the creditor is a rival player or the Bank.
Each remaining player then values his/her property:
Cash on hand
Lots, Utilities and Railroads owned, at the price printed on the board.
Any mortgaged property owned, at one-half the price printed on the board.
Houses, valued at purchase price.
Hotels, valued at purchase price including the value of the three houses turned in.
The richest player becomes the winner of the game.
Time Limit Game
Before starting, agree upon a definite hour of termination, when the richest player will be declared The winner.
Before starting, the Banker shuffles and cuts the Title Deed cards and deals two to each player.
Players immediately pay the Bank the price of the properties dealt to them.