During the day players may exchange any resources with each other.
Players may use any cards that they control with white arrows. To produce, players must have what is on the left side of an arrow to acquire what is on the right side of an arrow.
Buying Corporation Cards
Players may buy cards for their tableaus from the bank. The cost of each card varies and can be found in the upper lefthand corner of the card.
If a cost includes an ambient effect, then a player must discard cards with matching ambient effects.
Annexing a City
Most corporation cards have a location and a point total at the bottom of the card. Players may buy a city card by discarding a combination of cards that equal five or greater points for a given location. These cards go back into the discard to be revealed in the market next turn.
In the unlikely event that another player controls a city card that is annexed, they must transfer the city card to the new player. If a player loses a city card from their hand, then see a referee for compensation.
Taking over a Country
In some versions of Oligopoly, country cards are available to be purchased. Most location cards have a country and a point total at the bottom of the card. Players may take over a country by discarding a combination of cards that equal five or greater points for a given country. This player immediate takes
In the unlikely event that another player controls, they must transfer all available government cards to the new player. This new player will have the chance to take all minister cards during the next night phase. If a player loses a country's chief executive card from their hand, then see a referee for compensation.