Do you ever move backwards in Monopoly?

Do you ever move backwards in Monopoly?

In the game of Monopoly, there is no way to go backwards, so you never look behind you when you are trying to calculate distance. The only time you can pass go with that card is on the Chance spot right after the Short Line spot on the board.

Do you pay rent when you roll a double in Monopoly?

The rules claim that if a player lands on somebody's property on a roll of doubles, he/she is not "staying the night" and therefore does not need to pay rent. Some people play by a rule, which states that should a player land on a property and not win the auction, he or she must pay rent to the player who does.

Do you collect $200 every time you pass Go in Monopoly?

Each time a player's token lands on or passes over GO, whether by throwing the dice or drawing a card, the Banker pays him/her a $200 salary. The $200 is paid only once each time around the board.

What does chance mean in Monopoly?

Chance is 1 of the 2 types of card-drawing spaces in Monopoly. Chance cards are orange and are placed near the Go space. A Chance card is more likely (than a Community Chest card) to move players, often with lethal consequences (especially due to the Advance To Boardwalk card).