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Monopoly Money: We live the life of a monopoly man in $500,000 of England’s finest.
Monopoly has allowed millions of people to live the life of a real-estate mogul, a Star Wars real-estate mogul, or a SpongeBob SquarePants real-estate mogul. Interestingly, the game, which was invented in 1935, has not adjusted for inflation. Each player still starts with $1500, and the total amount of cash in the box is only $20,580. If Monopoly came with real dollars, a person would need the bills from 12 games to afford the cheaper of the two cars here, the $229,855 Bentley.
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By Jared Gall