Different players may offer any number of cards in their grasp so as to purchase a particular card from the dynamic player. They will likewise need to plant promptly the cards they will pick up from exchanging. On the off chance that nobody is keen on slots you offer, you may give them to some other player. You should need to do that since you probably won’t have a vacant field to plant them and will be compelled to offer some planted beans for less benefit than you might want or possibly for none by any stretch of the imagination. You may keep on exchanging/give cards from your hand after the 2 faceup cards have been put aside, exchanged/gave. The player who is the beneficiary of a gift isn’t obliged to acknowledge it. In such an event you will be compelled to plant the cards no one else needs.
Plant exchanged/gave beans. Amid this progression with or without cards set, exchanged or gave must be planted. Players may (and may need to) reap and sell beans from a bean field so as to plant the new beans.
Draw new bean cards. You draw 3 cards from the draw deck, each one in turn and put them at the back of your hand.
At the point when the draw deck is depleted, the discarded cards are rearranged and put on the table, turning into the new draw deck. The game finishes when the draw deck is depleted for the third time. Players at that point gather and sell beans in their bean fields. The player with the most gold coins wins.
The latest version of the game by Rio Grande incorporates the principal release of the primary German extension just as principles for up to seven players yet additionally two player rules. The two player game, portrayed as “bean duel” has some noteworthy alterations that change the sentiment of the game radically. That could truly be normal however as there can’t be any exchanging with just two players in the game. The most significant changes in this adaptation are:
A player can just sell beans without anyone else turn
The game closures when the draw deck is depleted out of the blue
Amid the underlying advance of each turn a player must plant or discard cards gave to him last turn.
The player draws three (rather than two) cards from the draw deck and puts them face up on the table. In the event that the highest card on the discard heap coordinates the cards uncovered thusly, the player adds it to them and keeps on doing as such until the highest card of the discard heap don’t coordinate any of the cards drawn. At that point he/she can keep any of these cards and give the rest to his/her rival.