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HOW TO WIN MONOPOLY EVERY TIME – ADVANCED

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By popular demand: How to win the board game of Monopoly every time ADVANCED STRATEGIES. Win against friends and family regardless of luck – MoneyMakers Advanced Strategies for winning any game of Monopoly regardless of luck or situation. Following the tactics in this video will ensure you win any game of Monopoly, destroy friendships and leave your friends and family to be the ones to flip the board in frustration.

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This video is not a tutorial on monopoly, however assumes you understand the basic rules and are interested in winning more often. Winning a game of Monopoly will involve some luck, however regardless of luck you can manipulate a game to work in your favor. Knowing probabilities and setting up the board to favor you will always tilt the board in your favor. Key Monopoly strategies involve Recognizing your Strategy based on Number of other Players, the Intrinsic Value of Properties, Situational Awareness, and Pigeonholing Houses.

Also important is to recognize strategies of understanding dice and the importance of spots 7 ahead or near 7 ahead, knowing the balance of the board and where players are likely to land, building 3 houses on your monopoly quickly, defending against other players getting quick monopolies or houses, and then making a trade that involves you reaching 3 houses quickly when your opponent can’t.

Implementing these Monopoly strategies can often be subtle, and the people you play against will often believe you just got lucky or that they are unlucky. However, you will know that you manipulated the game to work in your favor and tilt the odds towards you. Use these Advanced Monopoly tips and tactics to win the lion’s share of the games you play.

Monopoly is a board game currently published by Hasbro. In the game, players roll two six-sided dice to move around the game board, buying and trading properties, and developing them with houses and hotels. Players collect rent from their opponents, with the goal being to drive them into bankruptcy. Money can also be gained or lost through Chance and Community Chest cards, and tax squares; players can end up in jail, which they cannot move from until they have met one of several conditions. The game has numerous house rules, and hundreds of different editions exist, as well as many spin-offs and related media. Monopoly has become a part of international popular culture, having been licensed locally in more than 103 countries and printed in more than 37 languages.

Monopoly is derived from The Landlord’s Game created by Lizzie Magie in the United States in 1903 as a way to demonstrate that an economy which rewards wealth creation is better than one where monopolists work under few constraints, and to promote the economic theories of Henry George—in particular his ideas about taxation. It was first published by Parker Brothers in 1935 until that firm was eventually absorbed into Hasbro in 1991. The game is named after the economic concept of monopoly—the domination of a market by a single entity.

Sorry not Ariana Grande monopoly.

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194 Comments

  1. I probably haven't lost monopoly in 20 years.
    1. Buy early and often, before properties are gone.
    2. People land on the orange and red group the most, statistically. I focus on buying/trading to complete these groups if not at all possible.
    3. Don't waste time with utilities and railroads, unless you know one of the other players loves them and you can leverage a trade.
    The games also last longer for 3-4 people if you use a $500 pot for landing on Free Parking and you don't limit houses, makes it more fun.

  2. Sorry a six player game of Monopoly sound terrible.

  3. Sometimes the game can be won by not buying hotels but rather 4 houses only and pull all of the 32 houses from the bank and not allowing anyone else to buy houses and therefore hotels. In games with many players a few people can push numerous players out this way, occasionally it can be done in small player count games as well.

  4. 1:30 What kind of watch is that? It’s super close to one that I have and I’m curious now

  5. Pigeonholing houses is a great idea…shame my family plays "Have to sell houses before mortgaging properties" rules lol

  6. My winning strategy is I never buy hotels. Create a house shortage by developing only 3 or 4 houses on a given property.

  7. I thought Baltic and Mediterranean were purple? 🤔

  8. Does anyone have any tips for specifically winning a two player game of monopoly?

  9. Can someone please explain the mortgages to me. for his example with the railroads, if a person is asking for $500 in a 6 person game and I decide to mortgage the railroad, do I only only give them $400 or do I get $100 back from the bank after I give the $500. in that case you can’t charge rent on it so why mortgage it at all. idk im still new help me out please

  10. Thank you for making this vid, time to make my family members go bankrupt this holiday

  11. 4:45 this deal gets even better in the 6 person game because the 4th railroad doubles the rent of all your other railroads as well as the one you are buying.

  12. This feels like the kinda thing you have to keep to yourself when playing because if you show others they'll know too.

  13. i never understood why they were hotels they should have been called mansions

  14. love how you're like "watch the first video so i don't have to go over that stuff again" and then immediately waste time going over that stuff again. well played!

  15. What went wrong in life that has led to me being genuinely intrigued by this video. . . Man im gunna make some family members fucking cry

  16. I'm always amazed that players don't realize that ANY deal can be made… you can insure yourself with deals such as: I pay player X now 500, for the rest of my round, every time I land on a property of player X, I won't be charged. As long as player X agrees, it is legal.

    Or how about lend out property for a certain amound of rounds as part of a deal? Other players can and probably will argue it is illigal, but technically you can also agree to hold the right to buy them back for just 1,- after an X amound of rounds.

    If you start thinking as a lawyer and outside of the box, you realize that the game can represent real life even better ten you ever expected!
    There are so many other deals and possebilities where you can do within a certain grey area. This is where true monopolies are build uppon: shady deals, betrayal and above all mercielessness

  17. LOL like a game would last that long before someone quits and flips the board

  18. Makes 11 min video when u could've just used 2 words
    Git gud 🤡

  19. One tip: You can trade dark blue for way more than you bought it for

  20. I think the biggest point coming from the 7 thing is the lesser known weakness of dark blue – you can't hit Park Lane with a 7! Already, it has a 1/6 lower chance of being landed on than average, which is very significant. So while return wise dark blue is crazy op, you need to be able to handle whatever your opponents have as you will guaranteed have to pay them more times then they will have to pay you.

  21. Only way to win at Monopoly is to not play it in the first place. Yours and the lives of everyone else involved will be richer for not doing so.

  22. Another slightly advanced tip: don't make hotels if you can monopolize all the houses. This makes it impossible for your opponents to develop further, since the houses are supposed to be limited.

  23. my marxist friends: "what did you do, the last weeks we didnt hear anything from you"
    me: "ya know… ive read a lot of theory, watched some essays about neoliberal economics, just you know… tried to understand the game"
    what i actually did:

  24. Since the most common event in the game is go to jail, you need hotels on orange to take advantage of people coming out of jail constantly, and you need railroads to make money on all four sides of the board. Not sure if that’s what the video is saying but that is the correct answer

  25. Should we take advice from a guy that thinks it's "Redding Railroad" and not "READING Railroad"? I'm guessing he rarely or hasn't ever actually played Monopoly 😂

  26. "For the sake of going into too much detail, let's get into it"

    That's so good, I'm stealing that line

  27. Thank you for the great video. I love playing Monopoly but always got beaten and it seemed the others had a good tactic. Now I have a btter chance (Luck not counting)

  28. Can you add the music being used in this video to the description similar to how to get the best trades in the Monopoly video! Or say what the piece playing in the background is!

  29. i'm shocked you didn't mention the houses being limited in value. this actually makes the brown and light blues very valuable as you could potentially keep 20 houses blocked up if you keep a decent cash flow. and as players get desperate trade properties or go bankrupt you can then free up those houses by buying hotels on your turn and putting them on other monopolies you now own. micromanaging houses is pivotal to winning the game. the final house also goes to auction so sometimes it is actually better to let the opponents tear themselves apart over something provided you have your necesarry three for your sets. because then when they land on you they have no cash to pay and have to sell meaning you acquire a house at a much cheaper purchase.

  30. "How to win monopoly every time"

    "Last week I lost a game"

    Uuuuuuuuuuuuuhm

  31. How to win Monopoly: have better dice rolls than your opponents on the first 1-2 rounds of the board.

  32. cheating is smart if you can do it without getting caught

  33. Why is this recommended to me!?
    I've never asked for it…

  34. In both of your videos, you forgot to mention that you can get a monopoly over the housing market if you build 4 houses and avoid building hotels. I've won a game before where I gave somebody a monopoly AND enough money for them to build 9 houses on pink, but I ended up winning because I owned the other 23 houses in the game. No matter how much cash she got, she couldn't build any more houses, and I ended up winning because she had 6 spaces that could hurt her whereas I only had 3.

    Also don't forget the YOLO strategy: if it's a tight game, mortgage everything the second you get your first monopoly and get as many houses on there as fast as possible

  35. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore says:

    Have not even played monopoly in 10 years. Why am i watching this video???????

  36. The best move to play is not to play this obsolete game with archaic game mechanisms.

  37. TLDR: don’t pay people, make people pay you, seven is special somehow

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  44. If you lost with hotels on the orange properties then you just had immensely bad luck.

  45. After watching this video I challenged my brother to a game, turns out he also saw this video. It was the most intense game of monopoly ever

  46. You should always try to keep your opponents cash poor, it's especially good early game, because that force them to auction off the properties they land on and can not afford. It's a great way to get cheap properties. I've sold the blues and oranges for ridiculous amounts to my opponents, only to pick up much more expensive properties later on for pennies, which I could then mortgage or monopolize.

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