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You're right that the linked site isn't a simulator, but it may be providing even more valuable information. That site provides calculated probabilities which is generally better than a Monte Carlo simulation, which is a technique used to estimate probabilities. The value of the calculation or simulation also depends on any simplifying assumptions used and ...


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The site "World of Monopoply" has an extensive history of the different editions of the game, based on collecting and cataloguing different sets. In its page on title deeds it lists the change as happening in 1951 or 1952: The next change that occurred to the Title Deeds was in 1951/52. At this time the look of the cards didn't change, but an ...


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From the Monopoly Wiki: There are some special facts about this one. In the UK Version, rent is only ₤22, and ₤44 for a monopoly. It was $22 ($44 for a monopoly) in the original Atlantic City version until Parker Brothers changed it in the 1950s. Before then, it was the only exception to the pattern of the third property (second in the case of the browns/...


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