There are simulators for "deterministic" games like chess and Go that will estimate each player's win probabilities (probably using Monte Carlo simulation), and also combat resolution simulators for wargames such as Axis and Allies. I was wondering if there are simulators that will estimate your "win chances" in Monopoly, based on the positions that occur after a given trade.
Example: I won a game after giving an opponent the green monopoly in exchange for the maroons. I won the game because I had $1200 cash (and quickly built three houses on each) while my opponent had only $200 cash. (Consider the remaining properties to be "evenly" distributed, including two railroads and one utility for each person.) I would guess that the outcome might very well have been different if my opponent had the $1200, and I the $200.
This isn't a simulator, but it is a calculator that calculates the theoretical value of properties given various "states" of building development. The main thing that is missing is the role of players' cash positions in win chances, because more cash means that you can develop faster than your opponents.
Is there a simulator that can estimate my win chances given starting monopolies and starting cash, (and assuming that the other properties were evenly divided)?