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Subject: Par-Value when opening; question rss

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Phreaky Hamster
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Hey 18xx lovers ... I've played my first 18xx game this week. We did a lot of stuff wrong, but it was a learning game ;)

Now I'm rereading the rules to figure everything out, but I can't find this in the rules;

When starting a public company, you decide at which price the par value will be. The values can be seen on the par value place on the stock board. Why is there difference in room for 65, 70 and 75 then for 80, 90 and 100?? I think it's because there may only be a few that open on 65 (until the border is full), but can't find it in the rules?

Are there limits to opening public companies on a specific par value??

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Hmmz ... found the answer; Par value chart
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Chris Shaffer
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Phreakyhamster wrote:
Are there limits to opening public companies on a specific par value??


No, there is no limit. As many companies as desired can start at a particular price. Most companies start at 65.
 
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