Cool Monopoly Facts


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1. The creator of the board game Monopoly intended the game to demonstrate that monopolies are bad for society
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2. It is possible to win Monopoly in 21 seconds; this super short game happens once every 253,899,891,671,040 games.
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3. In Monopoly, Illinois Avenue is the space on which a player has the greatest statistical chance of landing.
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4. More Monopoly money is printed in a year, than real money printed throughout the world.
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5. There is a 12% chance that a game of Monopoly will go on indefinitely.
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6. The orange locations in Monopoly are the most landed on, it is wise to buy those properties.

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