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Philip Mastandrea
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We had 3 left in game. All used a bang on each remaining player. We discarded all loot and moved to next round.
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I am pretty sure the loot should stay out for the next round (plus the new loot) just like anything that doesn't divide evenly does.
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Andy Burgess
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No, it's all lost. What do you mean by this:

ras2124 wrote:
... just like anything that doesn't divide evenly does.


In the loot sharing phase, you keep going round the table until everything is gone, even if that means some people get more loot. It's part of the consideration you're making when figuring out you risk/reward for the round.

You're gangsters who've fallen out - there's no polite even sharing.
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From the first edition rules:

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The amount of money must be distributed in an absolutely equitable
way. Note that you can’t get change, you can only distribute the banknotes
that are on the table. If there are several possible combinations,
the largest banknotes should be handed out first. In fact, the less people are remaining for the split, the more they can get and the more likely a split is possible. It can indeed happen that, when too many players are still around, the loot cannot be shared and all the money remains on the table.

Once the split is done, banknotes which could not be handed out remain
on the table. They will be part of the next loot with the 5 new banknotes that will be added in the next round.


So the loot has to stay on the table as does all undividable loot. Nobody gets anything.

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Andy Burgess
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Fair enough. That's a huge difference from the second edition rules.
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MercifulBiscuit wrote:
Fair enough. That's a huge difference from the second edition rules.

Could you post the second edition rule diffences? Are they an improvement?
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http://rprod.com/uploads/file/CASH-RULES-EN.pdf
 
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Philip Mastandrea
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It couldn't stay on table though as one person had not gotten a clip and would not be able to use a click or bang in an "extra" round.
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When you use a clip, you take an extra card and put a card back. This way, you can replace a click with a bang (but you don't have to) but all players should always have eight cards exactly for the round.
 
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MercifulBiscuit wrote:
No, it's all lost. What do you mean by this:

ras2124 wrote:
... just like anything that doesn't divide evenly does.


In the loot sharing phase, you keep going round the table until everything is gone, even if that means some people get more loot. It's part of the consideration you're making when figuring out you risk/reward for the round.

You're gangsters who've fallen out - there's no polite even sharing.
I answered the question based on the first edition since this is the first edition forums. If the OP is asking about second edition, this this thread should be moved to avoid confusion.
 
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