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It's already been mentioned on another thread that squirrels don't take money from a person who has no money. But I could use a bit more clarification.
4-player game (A, B, C, D, I'm D), and I roll four squirrels. A would pay me 5 (1+4), B 2, and C 3. If B has no money, would it go:
A 4 (1+3) and C 6 (2+4) -- that is, leave B completely out of the calculation?
or A 5, B 2, and C 3, just that I don't collect from B?
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I think you just don't collect from player B then.
First you calculate how much to take from each other player. This is irrespective of how much money they have on hand. Then you collect money from each player. If they don't have enough, you just collect as much as you can, and don't receive the rest.
This means your second result (A 5, B 2, and C 3) is the correct one.
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