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Store:  Card Games, Family Games
Edition:  Pit
Theme:  Stock Market
Genre:  Trading, Real-time, Set Collection
Format:  Card Games


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Ages Players
7+ 3-8

Manufacturer(s): Parker Brothers

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Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Parker Brothers

  • Year: 1973

  • Players: 3 - 8

  • Ages: 7 and up

  • Weight: 700 grams (estimated)

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3 in 1 review

I prefer the original Gavitt's Stock Exchange!
June 13, 2004

I was in the process of updating my well worn version of PIT, when I came across Gavitt's Stock Exchange.

It seems that PIT was based on Gavitt's Stock Exchange, first released in 1903. For the same price as PIT $9.95, Gavitt's Stock Exchange came in an attractive looking tin that will last much longer then the PIT cardboard box.

Looking inside I felt like I was turning back the clock. I found a well packaged game, that included the original game box, 1903 rules, as well as updated rules, so you can choose to play in 1903 or 2003. The basics of both games are the same, you trade your cards and try to corner the market, but there are rule variations in Gavitt's Stock Exchange that make playability better, such as the point scoring.

Ideal for the whole family, it's a game I enjoy playing with the kids as much as friends. Setting up is a matter of dealing the cards and starting play.

You probably already have PIT, but I found that for game playability, presentation and price, Gavitt's Stock Exchange is my choice over PIT.

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