The effects of Community Chest, Chance, Income Tax and Luxury Tax are almost entirely luck-related. A strategy for reducing the random effects of Community Chest and Chance is to remove cards that have the greatest effects: the higher denominated cards, advance to X cards, or “You are assessed”. Eliminating “advance” cards will also affect the property values of the relevant properties, in the same manner modifying Jail rules will affect the values of certain properties.
Another strategy for reducing the importance of luck in the game is to eliminate either or all of Community Chess, Chance or the taxes. The effects of landing on one of these squares might be ignored, treating them the same as Free Parking, or the squares can be skipped, which would also speed up the game. The squares might be skipped entirely, or landing on one might mean automatically moving to the next square.
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