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Monopoly, the world's most popular board game, is largely misunderstood. In Winning In Expectation, author Jon LeBoutillier examines the theoretical and mathematical underpinnings of the game, developing a robust strategic framework for analyzing the game in all its complexity.
The Monopolists reveals the unknown story of how Monopoly came into existence, the reinvention of its history by Parker Brothers and multiple media outlets, the lost female originator of the game, and one man's lifelong obsession to tell the true story about the game's questionable origins.
Most people probably don�t think about the fact that the colored properties
on the Monopoly board are based on real places in a real city, they just know that Monopoly was
the best way to pass a rainy Saturday afternoon with family
and friends. Now, the whole story of game and the place it is based on is revealed in Monopoly: The Story Behind the World's Best-Selling Game by Rod Kennedy, Jr. Take a virtual walk down Boardwalk and advance to St. Charles Place through this fascinating visualization of the classic Monopoly game board illustrated with Atlantic City images that brings to life, for the very first time, the very real place upon which this game is based.
UNDER THE BOARDWALK: THE MONOPOLY STORY presents the captivating stories about the game and those who play it, culminating with the high-stakes MONOPOLY� world championships held every four years. Leading up to the exciting coronation of a new champion in Las Vegas, the film follows some of the most colorful players in the game. They are lawyers and math teachers, defending champions and underdogs, all brought together by a shared love of the game.
Many books have been written about Monopoly, the world's most popular game. Now for the first time a 35-year internationally known Monopoly tournament player shares secret game strategies and tactics previously known and practiced by only a handful of top competitive Monopoly tournament players and coaches.
After more than 50 years, Rich Uncle Pennybags has finally decided to tell the world everything he knows about the history, rules, and winning strategies of the world's most popular board game. Profusely illustrated.
Philip Orbanes is the leading expert on the
world's most popular board game-the MONOPOLY game. Often called 'the MONOPOLY Man" or "The Chairman of the board," he here share his secrets for the very first time. Born in Atlantic City, he still lives nearby with his wife Madge.
THE GAME-CHANGING GUIDE TO SMARTER FINANCIAL DECISIONS Through vividly illustrated game play, Monopoly, Money, and You shows you how to manage real-life financial challenges using lessons from the iconic board game. You'll improve the critical skills it takes to succeed fi nancially, including: CASH MANAGEMENT * DIVERSIFICATION * NEGOTIATING * DEAL-MAKING * ANALYZING OPPORTUNITIES * CREATING A BUDGET * REDUCING DEBT * MAKING THE BEST OF LIMITED CHOICES * KEEPING YOUR COOL IN TOUGH TIMES
Timeless Toys represents one of the finest documentaries and displays of modern toys
ever written. Author Tim Walsh, a successful toy inventor himself, reveals a world of commerce, toys, and
wonder that is equally fun, fascinating, and nostalgic. Readers of every age and background will find it
impossible to pick up this book, turn a few pages,
and not become spellbound by its insightful stories and the personal memories that the text and 420 brilliantly colored photographs bring forth. Slinky, Lego, Tonka trucks, Monopoly, Big Wheel, Frisbee, Hula Hoop, Super Ball, Scrabble, Barbie, Radio Flyer Wagons: All of these and many, many more are featured in this fascinating tome, along with the toys' histories, insider profiles, and rare interviews with toy industry icons.