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The hills of California are full of gold! Can you be the prospector who claims the largest patch in motherlode territory? Roll your dice and stake your claim. Then keep rolling and watch your patch of land grow. But watch out! If you get too greedy you may bust, and lose everything you got this turn. Steal your opponents' land, and lock down your claim so they can't steal yours. If yours is the biggest patch of land at the end, you win!
How to Play
If you roll a space where you already have a token, you may cover it with a black cap. These spaces may not be stolen by another player. If the combination of numbers you roll can't be used to place a marker, then you "bust", and all the claim tokens and black caps placed this round are lost.
The game ends after a player has a certain number of safe spaces (containing a black marker). Then each player gets one more turn, and the player with the largest connected group of spaces wins the game.
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