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# How much money do you get in monopoly?

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In the game of Monopoly, each player gets \$1,500 to start. Before play begins, the banker gives each player two each of \$500, \$100 and \$50 bills. The banker also gives out six \$20 bills as well as five each of the \$10, \$5 and \$1 bills.

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Charles B. Darrow created the game in 1934. The following year, Parker Brothers bought the rights to the game from him. Since then, Monopoly has been published in over 111 countries and 43 languages. The object of the game is to become the richest player while moving around the board buying, selling, trading and renting properties.

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To play Junior Monopoly, each player moves a piece around the board and tries to bankrupt the other players. Junior Monopoly is played similarly to regular Monopoly, but it uses different property names, simpler Chance cards and smaller amounts of money.

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In the Monopoly board game, each player starts with \$1,500. This should be broken down into two \$500 bills, two \$100 bills, two \$50 bills, six \$20 bills, five \$10 bills, five \$5 bills and five \$1 bills.

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Each player receives \$1,500 at the beginning of a game of Monopoly. This money is distributed so that each participant has two \$500 bills, two \$100 bills, two \$50 bills, six \$20 bills, five \$10 bills, five \$5 bills and five \$1 bills.