Two players attempt to cultivate beans, leaving their leftover junk for each other. However, 19 of the 33 cards have special action text. If one of those cards is the topmost bean in your field during the appropriate phase, you may use its special action. There is no equivalent of the Bohnenmafia, and score is kept on paper, making this the first game in the family to keep all the cards in circulation.
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Each player is given one harbour card and one trading ship of the same colour. The first player gets dealt a hand of 3 cards, the second 4, the third 5 and all other players 6; hands must not be shuffled. The remaining bean cards are placed face down in the center of the table, and become the stock from which players draw cards.
A space for the discard pile should be left next to the stock. These beans are then harvested, and can be sold immediately or can be stored on the trading ship s , perhaps added to by visits to La Isla Bohnita or by pirate raids, and later sold.
There is no limit to the number of cards a player can hold. If, at any point in the game, the stock is exhausted, then the discard pile is immediately shuffled and placed face down to become the new stock. The rules which directly follow apply to all players at all times during the game.
Each player has a harbour card which represents two separate beanfields. To plant beans, bean cards are stacked face up onto the beanfields. Fields, trading ships and pirate ships can only hold one type of bean at any one time.
To harvest a field, ALL the bean cards on that field are removed. The player then has the choice of either selling his harvest immediately, or moving it to his trading ship provided that his trading ship is currently empty or holds beans of the same type as that being harvested. To sell a harvest or to sell beans from his trading ship, a player counts all the beans in the harvest or on the ship, and works out their value, which corresponds to the number of cards and is indicated by a chart at the bottom of each bean card, listing number of cards against number of coins earned.
If the number of cards is greater than one of the numbers listed on the card but less than the next highest number, then the value is that which corresponds to the lower of the two numbers. A number of the harvested cards equal to the value of the cards are then turned over and placed in a pile in front of the player to represent his income; the remainder of the harvested cards are then discarded, face up, in the discard pile.
Note that when beans are sold from a field or trading ship, ALL the beans on that field or ship must be sold together; none may be left behind on the field or ship. Beans may be harvested and sold from a beanfield even if there are not enough of them to be worth anything. In other words, beans cannot simply be discarded from ships; a player must wait until he has amassed enough of them to be able to sell them.
Moreover, a player CANNOT directly harvest and sell a field which contains just one bean if another of his fields contains more than one bean, although he may move that single bean onto a trading ship if possible.
A player may freely move any number of beans between his trading ships, and from his pirate ship to his trading ships. He may keep adding to his trading ships so long as they only hold one kind of bean at any one time. A player may not plant beans from his ships onto his fields, nor move beans from his trading ship to his pirate ship, nor harvest beans from his fields to his pirate ship.
A player may buy the pirate ship, the second trading ship and the third bean field any time. Coins used for purchases are placed on the discard pile. The cost of these is as follows: Third bean field: 3 coins Second trading ship: players: 4 coins players: 3 coins 2 coins - only one pirate ship per person. A player may have at most one pirate ship, two trading ships and one supplementary beanfield.
Bohnanza Card Game Rules: How do you Play Bohnanza?
In the English edition of the game, the beans were included in the standard set. Setup[ edit ] Each player is dealt a hand of cards to start typically five cards, though hand size varies with expansion sets and number of players. A rule unique to Bohnanza is that cards in hand must be kept in the order in which they are dealt at all times; they may not be rearranged. Each player has two fields in which to plant beans. A third field may be bought by any player at any point during the game for three coins. Each field may contain any number of bean cards, of any one bean type. If a bean of a type different from those already growing in a field is planted into that field, the beans previously in it must be "harvested" for coins.
Other Games Bohnanza Two Player Rules The bean duel with two players uses the same rules as the variant for three players with the following changes: Remove the Garden Beans and the Cocoa Beans from the game. A player may only sell beans from his bean fields on his turn. The game ends when the draw deck is exhausted for the first time. Plant or discard offered bean cards The player may plant or discard the bean cards his opponent left as an offer in step 3 of his turn. This is omitted by the starting player on his first turn.
How to Play the Card Game Bonanza
The goal of the game is to have the most gold at the end and be the best bean farmer at the table. This game is all about supply and demand and trading for the most profit. Five cards are dealt randomly to each player face-down and the remaining bean cards are placed gold coin side up in the center of the table for the draw deck. Each player may now pick up their hand but do not change the order of the cards! The way your hand is organized will remain the same for the whole game. Players will decide now which side they will plant cards from and which side they will add cards to. The player left of the dealer starts the game.