Pit: The loud, real-time trading game...
Pit: The loud, real-time trading game that's been a favorite since 1904!
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* The fast and frenzied trading card game
* A laugh-out-loud great time
* Easy to learn; fun for all ages
* A favorite since 1904!
* The Corner the Market Card Game.
Shout your deals ('Two, two!' 'One, One!'), trade cards, and try to be the first player to get all get one suit like Silver or Cocoa to corner the market and win the round.? You'll feel the excitement in the Pit of your stomach!
With just one hand you'll know why Pit is such a lively family classic!
Beware of the Bear and take your chances with the Bull. Pit is great frenzied fun. You'll feel like a trader in the Pit of the Exchange!
History of Pit
The original game of was invented by? Harry E. Gavitt and published in 1903 by Gavitt Publishing and Printing. In that game players deal and trade cards to corner the railway stock market. The first to get all the cards of one railway line and call out 'Topeka' won the hand.
But Pit, the more famous version, adapted by Edgar Cayce, was first published by Parker Brothers in 1904 and in many editions since. In this loud, real-time trading game, players are given the task of cornering the market in one type of commodity. There are as many suits as there are players, and all the cards are dealt out at the start of each round. When the trading begins, players offer sets of cards to each other in the hopes of completing a set for themselves. If you're successful, you score points. If you're not successful, then you could lose points for having a particularly bad card in your possession at the end of the trading.
Contents: 74 cards (8 suits of 9 cards each, a Bull card and a Bear card), a Corner board, rules.
|Number of Players||3 to 8|
|Playing Time||30 minutes|
|Suggested Ages||7 and up|
|Mechanics||card game, trading, set collection, party game, real|
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