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# What are the orange properties in Monopoly?

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The orange properties in Monopoly are Tennessee Avenue, St. James Place and New York Avenue. According to professional Monopoly players, they are the best properties on the board.

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The orange properties are the last properties on the second side of a Monopoly board. Statistically, they rank second in terms of visitation frequency. In fact, there is a 50 percent chance of landing on an orange property every time a player goes around the board. They rank first in payoff percentage, making them highly desirable properties to own. New York Avenue is the most valuable orange property, and it is one of the spots in the game with the most frequent landings.

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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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