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PostPosted: April 6th, 2005, 3:32 pm
by samforrest
Hello! I have a quick question about Murder at the Four Deuces. Do I need to give Big Jim Ravioli and money, and if so, do I also give him money when he becomes Rhett Bumbler?

PostPosted: January 14th, 2006, 11:53 am
by 2coolbaby
Usually you will. This is because most deceased guests get ransacked while they are laying there playing dead. You will not believe how scheming your friends are.

My suggestion: When you are giving them their name tag ask them if they still have their money.

PostPosted: January 5th, 2007, 10:35 am
by sigrune
How much money do I give each person? I read "equally to all" but how much exactly? :S

PostPosted: January 5th, 2007, 4:40 pm
by 2coolbaby
1 sheet of money cut up is usually what you will want to provide to each guest. But as I have stated that is really up to you as the host. If you are having a casino at your party, then it might be better to get more smaller demominations. You can purchase game money at walmart in the art section.

Re: money

PostPosted: February 2nd, 2012, 11:15 pm
by tiredday
I devised ways my guests can earn more money:

1. I have chosen 1920s saying from your dictionary page and if I hear anyone say them, I'll give them the money. Good for one word only. For example, someone says "Rat" as in "He's a rat." and they get $50.

2. I have a bottle of "Moonshine" I created by taking a mason jar, filling it with water and printing a fake label for it. I just used the peal and stick labels I used for the name tags and made it look real. Then I dare people to take a shot. If they take it, they get $50. Of course they have to take the shot at the same time and not smell it.

Anyone have any other ideas?

Re: money

PostPosted: March 6th, 2012, 7:24 pm
by 2coolbaby
Those are some great ideas. Something you could do is ask each person as they arrive to tell you a little about their character and if they do, meaning they actually read their character background, then give them an extra 20. If you see someone acting in a way that is really livening things up or getting people to participate more, then reward them. I would let people know ahead of the party that there will be monetary rewards for exceptional game play. Then you give them game money :wink: