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  • Age range: 18 and up / Number of players: 2 to 6 / Play time: 25
  • Manufacturer: Euro Games

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0006HCA64
  • Item model number: EUG205
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,855 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Grass is an exciting fast-playing card game for 2 to 6 players. This cutthroat game pits players against each other in a race to peddle cards totalling 250k worth of marijuana. During the course of the game players get busted fined and ripped off. Don't get caught and you may win the game. This intoxicating card game is the only legal way to enjoy Grass!

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Customer Reviews

These cards remove heat and give you some nice added bonuses!
Steven
The winner of the game is the one with the most pot down when all cards have been played.
R. Neve
Be warned though, it can bring out the very competative and devious parts of people.
nahaz13

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steven on February 1, 2010
My wife and I saw this game on sale one day and decided to pick it up on a whim. Originally we were thinking it was going to be a cheap novelty game and to our surprise it's actually quite fun! We've introduced it to a few friends and it has become a popular game for us!

The game is about trying to peddle to most pot.

Each player is dealt 6 cards, player left of dealer starts. You draw one card and play one card. One of the early goals in the game is to 'open your market' by playing an 'Open Market' card (just lay it in front of you). Once your market is open you can do things like steal your neighbors pot (play a 'steal neighbors pot' card) or you can lay your own peddle cards down. The peddle cards vary in value from $5,000 to $100,000. You simply play these cards by laying them out in front of you. You can lay down 'protection' cards which protect your money from being stolen by your buddies. Also, there are 'paranoia' cards which are disastrous if you discard them. They suck up your money and you lose your turn (or a couple turns!), however there is a twist. If these cards are in your hand at the end of the current game then you suffer SEVERE fines, so you should probably play them. For a further twist, when one of these paranoia cards is discarded then everybody chooses a card and passes it to the person on the left. This opens up strategies such as playing one paranoia card in order to pass a more severe paranoia card to your buddy on the left.

There are a few other elements in the game such as being able to put 'heat' on your opponents. You simply play a 'heat' card on their open market card which cripples them. When you have heat on you, you are unable to peddle pot, steal pot from others and play various other cards.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By duckyping on January 4, 2011
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this is a great game, i usually play for at least a few hours each session!
might not be age appropriate for kids, as it is about selling MJ, but it does teach a bit of math
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joseph S. Richeson on June 9, 2010
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I have been playing this card game for over 20 years. My friends and I even have nicknames for some of the cards. One card, Utterly Wiped Out, is known unaffectionately as "Utterly," "The Devil," "Beelzebub" etc., because "holding" it can cause you to lose the game. Conversely, "Dr Feelgood," aka "The Doctor," can win a hand for you. The object of the game is put as many money cards on the table as possible before the hand ends when someone plays a Market Close card. While players are trying to that, other fellow players are putting "the heat" on, playing "Steal Your Neighbor's Pot" cards on your big deals, or you can become "Sold Out", "Double Crossed" or even "Utterly Wiped Out." As I said in the title, the game is addictive, but it is also fast paced, exciting, stategy based, and ruthless. But, like I tell my fellow players, "It's nothing personal - it's just business." Enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Levia on March 8, 2014
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Love this game, everyone should have a copy of it. My friends love it and have lots of fun at our Grass Night.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By wayne a clem on March 5, 2014
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Newer, druggie version of the old classic Mille Bornes game.
Play is the same with a couple extras thrown in.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashley on December 24, 2013
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love this game. a bit on the controversial side if your family is conservative but lots of fun to play
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By Adam Dresser on September 2, 2014
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I love this game and was happy to see it still for sale. My friends taught me how to play in college in the '80's, complete with House Rules they had made up. The changes they made: only one heat on someones Market at a time, double-cross and Utterly Wiped Out only lose one turn, Market Closed is worthless and used for a replacement card, OK to Protect from jail (they give you a phone call right? Send that money to the Caymans!). Otherwise all the Official Rules apply.

I guess the other rule we made up, which even those who play by the official rules will appreciate, is that every turn you draw a card and lay down a card. Except for that time that you are thinking about what to do, you should always have six cards in your hand. The rule is, if you end up with five (this happens in the heat of the game sometimes), you can either draw and not discard (skip the rest of your turn), or you play the rest of the game with five.

I don't think it plays near as well with the official rules, but the way we play is very fun and challenging for two to six people (more people than that, important cards like Market Open get scarce, but that just means players have to make trades "under the table", so you CAN fit more in a pinch.

Buy it. Try it. Try our house rules. You'll love it! If you like games and are looking for something new, Grass is a good one.

Reading some of the other comments I will add that I think I explained the House Rules adequately for someone to understand them if they are already familiar with the game. A big change is the removal of Market Close as a functional card (still stays in the deck for a replacement because all my decks get extremely worn eventually). This means control of who plays the last card has a big effect and becomes a major element of the game. But, apparently this also makes the end of the game math much easier.

And we affectionately call Utterly Wiped Out "Gus", which can be used as a verb.
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This is a fun game made in the 1980s to mess with the man. In a few years it may come back in a more realistic form if Pot is legalized, however, the games' main goal is that each play has to get their pot onto an open market. Every market can be shut down by cops, and there is a lot of fun to be had. Only play this with friends you're not afraid to cuss at because odd are players will be cussing at each other when jail cards are thrown around. It's a lot of fun.
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