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How to win the board game of Monopoly every time. Win against friends and family regardless of luck – MoneyMakers 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.

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 understanding dice and the importance of spots 7 spots ahead or near 7 spots 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 Monopoly tips and tactics to win the lion’s share of the games you play.

Monopoly Advanced Strategies:
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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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  1. I played Monopoly one time… I never once landed on a town space. Every single roll was a penalty space. Every… Single… Roll… Until I was broke.

  2. You can't win every game of monopoly. You can have a full proof strategy and fail miserably because of the luck of the dice. I'm pretty sure every serious monopoly player knows how to win but there is no way in getting around the luck you need to land on the properties you need to win.

  3. I can tell you how to do this without a video. Play as banker and cheat, easy.

  4. The title is misleading, and the board showing a monopoly with 1 house and 1 hotel is infuriating, but generally some good strategy.

    The housing shortage trick would work extremely well, though if everyone knows it, it'll be harder to pull it off in a trade.

  5. If you play the credit card version, there's one more factor. The banker in that version can manipulate players who don't keep track of their money as well. When you don't have the physical money in front of you, it's so easy to forget what you do or don't have.

  6. I dont think ive ever lost in a Monopoly game lol

  7. Folks it's a game. We've had games where somebody won just by owning the railroads While there is some strategy, a lot of it depends on the roll of the dice. In addition, there are many versions out there now each with its own unique cards and rules. We own everything from Star Wars to the Godzilla versions but we don't actually have a classic version.

  8. I know how to win Monopoly every time, but how do I make friends?

  9. So does that mean that we can build houses at anytime we want, and no limit?

  10. "How to permanently end every single relationship you have with the people you love"

  11. Isn't the only way to always win to not play?

  12. i play shot monoploy with my family. Worst ive ever lost was beyond drunk before 6 passes of go. had literally two properties, and everytime apart from the two landed on other peoples houses. Even though i wanted to get drunk . I was without a shadow of a doubt the loser, and "lucky loser" in the eyes of the rest of the family. Drank them out of premade shots, had to go to opening a bottle of rum instead

  13. I just buy the two most expensive buildings on the Howard and build hotels on them

  14. Uh, don't build on the right, it's expensive and most of the time people are going to hit the jail square more often than they are going to land on your properties.

  15. I love how the best strategy requires to know someone’s amount of money, when my family always hides our money count

  16. Jokes on you, I always win anyways! But not everyone plays against themselves I guess

  17. I’m 25 and getting into real estate. Does anyone have any tips/tricks?

  18. "Don't play."
    Biggest win ever; outstanding move.

  19. the comments at the bottom are

  20. well now i know why i win 95% of the time. i hit get the yellow and green ones naturally so i own the corner. then build them up. when i was a kid i would never sell my houses and people tried to micromanage when i needed to get some cash and i mortgage with them saying we will just sell your house instead with me saying no. but the time i loss i couldnt trade for the last property i needed for a monopoly

  21. The only thing this really does is have you maybe guess what’ll happen before it happens. Okay you have a higher likelihood of getting a certain number, and? It’s still completely up to chance. The only thing you can control is what you buy or sell. Seems like a lot of useless info lol.

  22. Basically what me and friends been doing this whole time

  23. I wonder who will win if you play against the person who also watched this video🤔

  24. I just go full mafia mode and start doing some shady deals and then it all ends with people wanting to kill each other. Good game.

  25. Blatantly lying in the title, is that clickbaiting new meta ? Anyone above 4 years old who read the rules already knows this stuff …

  26. I could have sworn that the rules state you can only evenly build houses on your property. Guess its been a while since ive played or this video uses "house rules".

  27. Whenever I’m losing, I flip the board and yell “Viva la Revolución!”

  28. Two things. 1, I thought you couldn't build unevenly on properties. Like, 3 houses on one, and two on the other. 2, it's been years since I've played Monopolly, with any group of people, where we stick by the rules. So your strategy wouldn't work. For instance, selling back houses and mortgaging properties for what you paid for them in order to keep the money flowing. Putting the penalty money from the Chance and CC cards in the middle, and whoever lands on Free Parking gets the money in the middle. Also, dealing out properties at the start of the game (instead of buying them) to make the game go faster. But I do love your strategy. It makes perfect sense.

  29. The only way to win Monopoly is to not play.

  30. ❪•॒◞ ◟•॒❫ Ԅ❪'#__# ;MeGusta says:

    In short, buy monopolies.

  31. This game is cancer lmao. All these so called "tips," but it still just comes down to whoever rolls first and luck. Luck will always outweigh strategy in games such as these because people are generally in the same ballpark of skill level. We all know how to manage cash and what properties we want. Now the question is will the opponent roll doubles half of the time and capitalize off of that luck.

  32. i think the critical point here is how to play monopoly that after the game other people still want to play with you (e.g if you win very often they might lose their fun)

  33. I think the fundamental flaw with this guide is that having houses on properties does not equate to having money – first, you need other players to land on these houses (preferably while not landing on any of theirs in the meantime). Sadly, there is NOTHING you can do to ensure that people land on your properties, regardless of strategy. I've had boards where I've built hotels on all the light blues and pinks, and after three or four rounds of the board I don't have a dime to show for it. This is just bad luck, and it's the main reason people flip the table when they play this game.

  34. I had made the observation that blue houses in the start are da best by myself

  35. Now if only I had the ability to ever land on a property that wasn't already owned or for the few properties I do end up owning to ever be landed on…

  36. "If you're not cheating, you're not trying."

  37. I strongly advise buying up or trading to get all 3 railroads early on. Then build from there earning $200 Everytime someone lands on them

  38. This is all interesting but the way this game plays out in reality is that everybody buys everything as soon as possible, because everything is worth buying if you play with multiple people. The first couple of rounds depend on luck and it decides the hierarchy for the whole game. And then, nobody wants to ever trade, because trading is never worth it for both parties, and if you wanna win, taking a disadvantagous trade ever is plain fucking retarded. Actually finishing the game then takes like a whole day, but it's just waiting for the inevitable to happen, unless a losing player decides to end themselves and change the hierarchy out of boredom.

  39. Simple: Murder the other players when they’re not looking.

  40. From personal experience the light blue, orange, red and green property sets can cause the biggest shift

  41. "If the player lands on an unmortgaged property owned by another player, he or she pays rent to that person, as specified on the property's deed. It is the property owner's responsibility to demand rent, and he or she has until the beginning of the second following player's turn to do so."

    Which means you are not forced to ask for rent. Which means you can make unofficial alliance. 😉

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