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Steve Briscoe
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In the rulebook, it mentions in setup that you randomly draw one card from each pile of cards numbered 1 - 3.
If there are five or six players, how can they take a number 1 or 3 card as there are only 4 of each, or am I missing something.
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Separate the investor tiles into piles based on their markings of “1”, “2” and “3” and randomly draw one from each
pile. Depending on your familiarity with the game, use the following number of investors:
- Standard game: Two investors, one from Stack 1 and one from Stack 2
- Advanced game: Two investors, one from Stack 1 and one from Stack 2 or Stack 3
- Expert game: Three investors, one from Stack 1, one from Stack 2, and one from Stack 3
Place the chosen investors face-up next to the board and return the rest to the game box.


From the rule book you pick a random tile from the 3 stacks of investors (Stack 1 [4 tiles], Stack 2 [6 tiles] and Stack 3 [4 tiles]).
Which stacks you use depends on the style of game you wish to play.

These are then placed face up next to the game board where they will be used for final scoring by ALL players. Each tile shows what that investor is looking for in a vehicle and the rewards they are offering.
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Thanks Paul, For some reason I thought we all picked 3 cards.
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