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Monopoly List of Chance Cards. Advance to Go (Collect $200) Advance to Illinois Ave—If you pass Go, collect $200. Charles Place – If you pass Go, collect $200. Advance token to nearest Utility. If unowned, you may buy it from the Bank. If owned, throw dice and pay owner a total ten times the amount thrown.

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  1. 5: GO TO JAIL If you land on this space, you must move your token to the Jail space immediately. Important: You do not collect $200 for passing GO if you are sent to Jail. As soon as you are sent to Jail, your turn ends – pass the dice! Other ways to end up in Jail Draw a Chance or Community Chest card that tells you to Go to Jail.
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Below is a quick list of the Community chest cards for the main traditional classic versions of Monopoly.

Monopoly List of Community Chest Cards
Advance to Go (Collect $200)
Bank error in your favor—Collect $200
Doctor's fee—Pay $50
From sale of stock you get $50
Get Out of Jail Free
Go to Jail–Go directly to jail–Do not pass Go–Do not collect $200
Grand Opera Night—Collect $50 from every player for opening night seats
Holiday Fund matures—Receive $100
Income tax refund–Collect $20
It is your birthday—Collect $10
Life insurance matures–Collect $100
Pay hospital fees of $100
Pay school fees of $150
Receive $25 consultancy fee
You are assessed for street repairs–$40 per house–$115 per hotel
You have won second prize in a beauty contest–Collect $10
You inherit $100

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above: The Parker Brothers game company rejecting Liz Magie’s early version of MONOPOLY, named “The Landlord’s Game,” with a big NO.

PASS GO and Collect $200 -The Real Story of How Monopoly Was Invented -written by Tanya Lee Stone & illustrated by Steven Salerno published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2018.

The true story of how one of the most popular board games ever was created. It was conceived of byElizabeth Magie and patented in 1904, the very first patent issued for a board game. Initially her early game was entitled “The Landlord’s Game,” but it never caught on.It wasn’t until 1934 when an out of work salesman, Charles Darrow created his own version by modifying the rules, the graphics, and changed the name to MONOPOLY that it became incredibly popular with the public.

'A real winner' -The Horn Book

'Salerno’s soft, dynamic full-bleed illustrations reflect yet move beyond the aesthetics of the game and time period, making every page compelling and fresh”-Kirkus Reviews STARRED REVIEW

“Salerno’s vivid illustrations are kinetic and play upon the most exciting elements of the story. Characters move with fluidity” -School Library Journal STARRED REVIEW

'A brisk narrative pace propels the story …Salerno’s lively, mixed-media illustrations carry the action forward'-Publishers Weekly

'Stone is a deft hand at balancing historical absurdities with important social themes, and here her picture book format invites middle-grade readers to benefit from a lesson in entrepreneurship, even as they enjoy amassing trivia surrounding a familiar game. Salerno’s retro illustrations recreate the milieu' -The Bulletin

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above: cover of PASS GO And Collect $200 -depicting family and friends playing Lizze Magie’s 1906 board game The Landlord’s Game -which was the precursor to MONOPOLY

-A Junior Library Guild GOLD STANDARD Selection 2018


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above: After the Civil War many people living in rural areas began flocking to the cities, creating a boom in the demand for housing and apartments which in turn created Landlords -many becoming wealthy. Lizzie Magie created her Landlord’s Game to bring awareness to the plight of many poor people subject to unscrupulous landlords.

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above: Elizabeth Magie in 1904 outside the United States Patent Office holding her patent, the first one ever issued for a board game.

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above: cropped view of illustration depicting Charles Darrow, the out-of-work salesman during the Great Depression who contributed the streamlining changes to Lizzie Magie’s initial board game -which lead to the ultimate success of MONOPOLY

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above: holiday shoppers in 1932 looking at Charles Darrow’s version of MONOPOLY, which in 1935 began distribution by The Parker Brothers Game Company.

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above: detail view ofthe game’s character, Rich Uncle Pennybags -who eventually became better known as Mr Monopoly.