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Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It

4.4 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
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  • It is the most inclusive and exciting game of Trivial Pursuit yet
  • When you play it, you don't have to know all the answers to win - it's what you think your friends know that really counts
  • Bet they'll know it or bet they won't, either way a smart bet can turn your winnings into wedges
  • Provide something for everyone
  • With 1,800 fascinating questions there's plenty of great content to get you talking
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Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It!

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TRIVIAL PURSUIT BET YOU KNOW IT is the most inclusive and exciting game of Trivial Pursuit yet! When you play Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It?, you don’t have to know all the answers to win - it’s what you think your friends know that really counts. Bet they’ll know it or bet they won’t, either way a smart bet can turn your winnings into wedges! With 1,800 fascinating questions there’s plenty of great content to get you talking.

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Product Dimensions 3.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 4.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0036RKKM2
Item model number 04988
Manufacturer recommended age 16 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #82,265 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,486 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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4.4 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews

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This is different way to play the classic game of trivia. You get the chance to win a pie piece on every turn you take. And your friends get to bet chips on whether they think you are going to get the question right or wrong. To win, you are asked 1 question after you have received all 6 pie pieces. If you pay 15 chips you can pick the topic or the category. If you pay 30 chips you can pick both the topic and the category.

The differences in this game versus the classic game:
1. Betting

2. If you get the answer right, your turn is still over. (no more having 1 person or team run the whole game!)

3. Each card has a topic and then the 6 traditional categories (science, lit, entertainment, sports, geography, history). So for example, the topic is: Large Birds and then you have the categories: Science of Large Birds, Birds in literature, etc). You get to pick the topic that you want to be questioned on and then the color that you land on is the category.

4. The Buy It option - if you land on the Buy It or Roll Again space you can purchase a wedge piece for 10 chips. I thought it might happen more than it did - but we didn't land on it as much as I thought or we chose to conserve our chips for later.

5. Up to date questions - a nice mixture of questions that you can actually answer!

All in all - a great upgrade to the classic game. I would recommend it for any family gathering or game night!
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I'm that girl who always brings Trivial Pursuit to game night, then listens to the groans and moans as the rest of the crowd declares their hatred for Trivial Pursuit and how they never win and how it makes them feel stupid and can't we play Taboo? Then a family member brought this to a game night. When she mentioned the addition of betting, I turned my nose up, as any sensible trivia geek would to games involving chance. But then I saw how excited she was to play. Then saw how excited others were to play. I was in a room full of people who actually wanted to play Trivial Pursuit. So we played, and wouldn't you know it, everyone had fun. What made it more universally acceptable? The questions are easier than regular Trivial Pursuit, involve more references to pop culture, and are divided into subjects as well as categories. The game is set up in quick-play mode, so every correct answer wins a pie. The addition of betting keeps the other players who aren't answering the question involved as they are betting on whether the answerer will do so correctly or incorrectly. Pies can even be purchased instead of earned through correct answers. Answering a question correctly is required for the win, but for some players, that's plenty. This version of Trivial Pursuit had a little bit of fun for everyone. Now, I take this version with me when going to a game night of mixed company. And by 'mixed company', I mean pro- and anti- Trivial Pursuit players. I will always prefer classic Trivial Pursuit, but would rather play a version of it than none at all.
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Unlike the other reviewer, I had to buy my version of this game after it was released. I got it for $5.00 on another website (sorry Amazon). It's amazing how they keep reinventing the TP game, but I like this version. The betting adds a new twist to it and each of the cards now has a topic on it (like Birds or Cooking). Each card has six questions related to the topic in the traditional Genus categories, like History, Entertainment, Science & Nature, etc. A special card holder allows you to choose from one of four topics. Whether you get your question right or wrong, your turn ends and the next player goes. So no more one person monopolizing the game because they're super smart or just happen to get questions they know.

One more thing about the betting. If someone answers their question correctly, they get the chips of those who bet against them. Ah, revenge is sweet. You get 15 chips to start with and you can bet up to 10 chips per question. I made a rule that's not part of the original rules. You must bet at least one chip on each question. You can also buy wedges and topics with your chips. The first one to get all six wedges and correctly answer a game winning question is the champ.

This game went over big at the game convention I brought it to. All the slots were filled prior to the con. It's trivia with poker so to speak. It's fun, and the "one question per turn" rule keeps the game moving.
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I bought this game for the holidays and, while we enjoyed the element of being able to bet on other people's knowledge (or lack thereof), the range of questions was rather odd and obscure. With too many obscure questions it can be less fun if hardly anyone can get anything right and can only win chips to be able to buy wedges.

This game turned out to be more of a question of how well you knew the other players than what you knew yourself. I'm not sure if being able to bet adds enough to the game to make the price worthwhile. One could just as easily get some poker chips, make up your own betting rule, and use previously released sets of questions.

The only other quibble that detracted from the game was that the cardboard holder for the cards didn't work very well (there was some fold inside that the cards kept catching on unless you put them in just so). We had to fight almost every time to get the cards to slide down inside and, eventually, this got very tiresome. By the end of the game, we were ready to just ditch the nifty card holder altogether.
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