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Statistical Approach to Winning Monopoly
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I know the results. Red and Orange properties are places where players most often lands on. Most often visited places are the Jail and the 3rd red property ("Illinois Avenue" in the American version ...

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French Tarot (card game): Feasibility of playing a King on the first hand
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Tarot is not poker. It is not a matter of probability and psychology, wishing that your opponent will bend over you. It is matter of card strength and strategy. Do not play randomly your King (and ...

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Is there any economical game which demonstrates social-democratic economy rather than capitalism?
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There is the "Anti-Monopoly" which gets the game origins of the Monopoly, i.e. the Landlord's game.

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Is the Go! action card ever worth playing?
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This is a bad idea to play an action card for money (except if you run out of money of course). It may serve at one moment of the game. So do not play your goes card for money. It may gives you a ...

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Would changing the value of Scrabble tiles have a negative effect on the game?
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Changing values on tiles will not change the final goal. During the game you will still have to place letters with big values to get lots of points and win the game. The letters will change but not ...

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In Monopoly, Is it OK for a third party to make a trade with a player who is about to lose?
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You are allowed to do this. But this kind of trade implies an agreement between the buyer and the vendor to make the player who is about to get the properties lose. So your case is a matter of fair ...

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