Lane. Your family games will be much more fun, with the 90-minutes rule. The time-limit virtually forces players to cut deals to exchange properties, because without a deal (of *some* kind) it's plainly impossible to win. Once an exchange has been made, the trick is to manipulate the buying of houses - bearing in mind that there is only a limited number of houses. Sometimes it pays to "corner the market" in houses, to keep an opponent from upgrading to hotels.