PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—Hasbro, the company that owns the Monopoly game, has setup a hotline this weekend in hopes of preventing some board game outbursts.

The Sun reports, the move comes after a survey reveals 51 percent of Monopoly matches end in a feud.  About 2,000 were polled in the survey.

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“Monopoly is one of the best-loved board games of all time, because it’s a way for families to spend some quality time together,” said Craig Wilkins, Marketing Director of Hasbro UK & Ireland who commissioned the research. “However, our research found that Monopoly games can regularly end in chaos, with some friends and family members stopping at nothing to win.”

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Also reveled in the survey: Overly smug players gloating and players deliberately buying properties another player wants, the Sun reports.

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The hotline is open for UK players from 24th – 26th December by calling 0800 689 4903.