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NEXT UP:
THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS in MACAU !  SEPT 8
28 PLAYERS, BUT ONLY ONE CAN BE THE NEXT WORLD CHAMPION.


***  Congratulations to
Nicolò Falcone, the 2015 World Monopoly Champion!!!

2.  Bjørn Halvard Knappskog, Defending Champ from Norway
3.
  Brian Valentine, USA
4.  Tsutomu Doita, Japan


***  The 4 finalists are:  Italy, Japan, USA and the Defending Champ from Norway.

*** Here are the 16 semi-finalists according to Hasbro:

 

No.

Contestant

1

Australia                    Tony Shaw                            

澳洲                             東尼肖

2

United States                        Brian Valentine                               

美國                             拜恩 華倫泰

3

Switzerland               Beat Jost

瑞典                             比約斯特

4

France                       Philippe Pinoli

法國                             菲利普 賓奴連

5

Greece                      Dimitrios Botsios

希臘                             迪米特里奧斯

6

Italy                            Nicolò Falcone

意大利                         尼科洛 法爾科

7

Poland                       Marek Flis

波蘭                             馬雷克 菲利斯

8

Norway                      Morten Svensen

挪威                             摩頓 史雲遜

9

Belgium                     Tran Minh                                          

比利時                         陳明

10

Chile                          Angel Niccodemi                          

智利                             安希 爾歌狄曼

11

Hong Kong                Hon Tsz San

香港                             韓子燊

12

South Korea              Kim Su Hyun

南韓                             金秀玄

13

United Kingdom       Natalie Fitzsimons

英國                             娜塔莉 菲茨西蒙斯

14

Russia                         Aleksander Kovalev

俄羅斯                         亞歷山大 科羅廖夫

15

Japan                         Tsutomu Doita

日本                             土井田

16

Norway                      Bjørn Halvard Knappskog

挪威                             納普斯科格



***As a new champ is crowned, review the 2009 Championships by watching Under The Boardwalk

***Now that we’ve met the players, let’s handicap the players:

 

If this weren’t a Monopoly Championship, you’d think it was an Engineering conference with the number of Engineers participating.  Engineers need outstanding Math skills, and Monopoly will use these Math skills.  However, with the field lopsided with Engineers, it makes more valuable those players with strong Interpersonal and Persuasion skills, typically found in Lawyers, Bankers and Sales.   (If the field were lopsided in the other direction, Math skills would become more valuable.)  So for handicapping who will win this tournament, I am giving extra weight to strong Interpersonal skills.

 

The structure of the tournament has players competing in 3 preliminary rounds before advancing to the semi-finals.  Three rounds are enough to separate the wheat from the chaff and allow the better players to advance.  The first two rounds will be the most important though to set up their positions since 16 out of 28 players advance to the semi-finals.  The third round can be frustrating for those players below the line.  Top ranked players may take a strategy to earn only a few points to cement their place in the semi-finals and are dis-incentivized to trade, while Bottom-ranked players may do the same so they can go home without being in last place.  60 Minutes is enough time to take this tactic—it wouldn’t work if there were more time on the clock.  Bottom-ranked players may also become more reckless and desperate in this last round.  Thus, it can be a frustrating round for a player needing to move up.

 

The semifinals will be the key round.  Whoever wins their table makes the Finals.  With the strongest players at these tables, luck and interpersonal skills really will come into play as tensions will be high.

 

With everyone having a chance of becoming the Champ, let’s have some fun and handicap the field of 28.  In this handicapping, criteria such as math skills, interpersonal skills, strength of country tournament structure & competing contestents,  experience, contestant dynamics, practice being under pressure in front of crowds, logistical travel issues, the Hasbro bios and personal knowledge will be used.  The list is ranked from best to worst odds.  Please no wagering…  J

 

AUSTRIA

Bernhard Krenn 10-1

 

In his homeland, Bernhard is a Monopoly Pro—similar to what is found on the California Monopoly circuit.  He has been a State Champ, has played competitively for years, is tournament-tested and does not crack under pressure.   Plus, upon winning the Austrian title, his mind was already on TRAINING to win the World Championships--- displaying that he is taking it seriously.  The caliber of the Austrian players is high, which has already provided him great training over the years.  With his math and Gaming skills, Bernhard is one to watch in taking it all if he can master the Speed Die variation.

 

AUSTRALIA

Tony Shaw  10-1

 

In the final round of the Australian Championship, Tony stole the game from another player who had acquired a rainbow of properties.  It takes a skilled player to pull that off.  In a complex 4-way trade, he was able to understand the dynamics of the board in that game, negotiate himself the best long-term position and go all-in.  It paid off for him—in the final minute of the game.  Australia conducted a very good Speed Die tournament and used similar rules to what is being played at the Finals—as good a preparation for the World as it gets.  Tony displayed grace under pressure, in a game with many spectators.  He has the goods to go all the way.   

 

ITALY
Nicolò Falcone 10-1

 

Italy conducted one of the most rigorous Championship selection processes.  Two thousand people participated, and 120 people played in the Nationals.   Nicolo had the stamina and the Attorney people skills to win the Championship over four elimination rounds.  

 

CHILE
Angel Niccodemi  11-1

 

Other than the Defending champ, Angel is the only other player to have played in the Speed Die Championships before, having represented Chile in 2009.  This gives him a strong advantage in experience compared to the other players, and unlike the Defending Champ does so with anonymity as the official Hasbro bio does not even inform the other contestants of this fact.  An an Operations Analyst, Angel has the math skills and a restrained but in-control demeanor that will serve him well.

 

DEFENDING CHAMP
Bjørn Halvard Knappskog   12-1

 

Typically, the Defending Champ would have the best odds of winning again, and certainly Bjorn has the skills to retain the World Title.  He has been the most battle-tested at the Speed Die, has won tournaments under great pressure with crowds and cameras watching and has had years to be able to perfect his Speed Die game.   Bjorn is the epitome of a Monopoly Champ—sharp as a tack, strategic,  cool as a cucumber and very very likable.  However, the Defending Champ comes in with a target on his back.  Weaker players will fear dealing with him while better players will want to make sure they beat him--  simply for the bragging rights to say that they beat the World Champ.  Often, it’s just enough to muck up one’s chances and consequently just miss making the final table.

 

JAPAN
Tsutomu Doita  14-1

Having the best (and only) Monopoly Association, Japan breeds strong players.   They organize their own tournaments and ensure their quality, while promoting the game of Monopoly.  Japan will always be a strong contender.  The only wildcard is the Japanese representative’s command of the English language.  The better it is, the easier it will be to bond with other players off-play.  (Translators are on hand for each player during play.) An added plus is the Championships is in their neighborhood this year.
 

NORWAY
Morten Svensen  15-1


OK, this is just a hunch, but an Attorney who deals with insolvency and bankruptcy in real life, just would make a great story for the newspapers the following morning if he were to win.  And he has the complete skillset to do so..

 

HONG KONG
Hon Tsz San  16-1


With a homefield advantage, no jet lag to get over, years of Monoply play, an age in the middle of the field and tournament wins with Speed Dies (albeit starting with $2,500), he stands as a top contender.  You can’t rule out comfortability in a situation like this.

 

NETHERLANDS

Bram van Orten 17-1


With math skills and the ability to sell to people who have math skills, Bram has the ability to differentiate himself in a way that will benefit him.  He’s one to watch.

 

NEW ZEALAND
Daven Yu 18-1


Like Australia, New Zealand held a tournament with similar Speed Die rules that are being used in the World Championships.  And like Australia, there was great excitement in the room and stiff competition—including the 2009 World Championship Runner-up and members of his entourage who had experienced the Las Vegas Championships.  Daven kept his cool, displayed great poise and won the Championship.

 

GREECE
Dimitrios Botsios  19-1
PERU
Luis Castillo Castro 19-1


Math-whiz engineers.    If the dice are flying in their favor, they will have the know-how and fortitude to carry on towards the win.

 

  

BELGIUM

Tran Minh  20-1

 

Strong math skills, a moderately-challenging country tournament structure and a love for negotiation add up to make Tran a contender.  At 34, his age is right in the middle of the age-range of the field, giving him the greater likelihood of bonding with the other players in non-play activities like the opening reception.

 

PORTUGAL
João David Ribeiro Pais Ferreira  21-1

 

A natural competitor with athletic endurance, he should be able to outlast his opponents during the one very long day of intense Monopoly play.

UNITED KINGDOM
Natalie Fitzsimons  22-1

SPAIN
María Neus Alonso Gil  22-1

 

Typically, there are darlings of Monopoly tournaments--  people that you inherently want to root for and want to see win—just because of who they are.  Natalie presented the poise, demeanor, great sportsmanship, humility, manners and etiquette that ideal champs have—much like the current reigning World Champ has.   If you have to lose to someone, she’s just that person you’d choose.   Likewise, Maria seems uniquely different than the others and gives off the impression of having fun—a quality that can disarm the tension in the air.

 

UNITED STATES
Brian Valentine  23-1

 

The U.S. did not do any favors with only allowing a strong player like Brian a month to prepare for the World Championships and not having an official tournament to aid in preparation for this tournament!   Brian is a skilled tournament vet with a powerful combination of math skills, interpersonal skills and knowledge of classic Montopoly.  He has made the final table in every tournament he has ever played in.  But the Speed Die is a different beast, and it will take some building up to speed in order to win the tournament.

 

CANADA

Andrea Cameron 24-1

 

Canada held one of the better Speed Die tournaments which will serve Andrea well in preparation for the World in understanding the Speed Die’s intricacies.   But while the caliber of players was good, they were entirely too nice and casual— the other Country champs will not respond to her the same way as her fellow Canadian contestants did, and the World tournament will be more intense.

 

MEXICO
Mariano Naoto Kairiku González  27-1

Little is known about Mariano to increase or decrease the odds more than what would be obtained through random chance. Seems like a great guy though! 

 

UKRAINE
Oleksandr Kovalenko 28-1

Little is known about Oleksandr other than what is in Hasbro’s bio.

 

SOUTH KOREA
Kim Hyan-Soo  29-1

Being the youngest player in the field can also be a disadvantage.  It takes confidence to stand up while others who are older perceive one’s youth to be a weakness.  Younger players than Kim have become World Champions, but again it takes confidence and resolve—and that’s tough to gauge on paper. 

 

FRANCE

Philippe Pinoli  30-1
SWITZERLAND
Beat Jost 30-1

 

At 44, Philippe is the oldest player in the field.  At 41, Beat is the second oldest.   Monopoly is a social game, and friendships & bonding are develop off the playing board, during off times and player receptions.  The age difference these older players have make it harder to bond with the young players , and that can play against them.  Coincidentally, it was the two oldest players who did not have crossing-arm photos in their official bios, creating the perception that they are somewhat different, which could count against them.  If they make a point to connect with all the other players, it will help their chances.   

 

GERMANY
Ita Hoffman  33-1

 

It is reported that Ita wasn’t even planning to participate in the German Championship, but accompanied another person to the event.  When there was an empty seat in the tournament, she filled it, and subsequently became the first female German Monopoly Champion.    No doubt though that she will get well trained at home.

 

POLAND
Marek Flis  50-1

Poland crowned its champ during the last half of August, giving the champ minimal time to prepare for World tournament play.  This amounts to a huge disadvantage compared to other players with more time to prepare.

 

COLOMBIA

Guiobanhni Encinosa Ramírez  66-1

 

Colombia did not hold a tournament; instead, they chose their representative from earning the most points online.  Hopefully, Guiobanhni has practiced a lot of games, as here is where most other countries have an advantage in experience having actually been in a tournament setting.

 

RUSSIA
Aleksander Kovalev  85-1
MACAU
Sin Chi Kuok  85-1

 

The Hasbro bios state that both Aleksander and Sin Chi are new to Monopoly, having played about a year.  Nearly all the other players have played for 15+ years.  No matter how strong they both are at Math—and they do have considerable skills  (Sin Chi is reportedly getting a Ph.D. in Engineering)--, one year of Monopoly experience puts them at a disadvantage.  Still, don’t expect them to be pushovers.

 

 

 

 

Let’s meet the players  (official list and bios courtesy of Hasbro):
 

DEFENDING CHAMP
Bjørn Halvard Knappskog

Bjørn is the reigning world champion; Bjorn has been playing MONOPOLY for 20 years. He owns 5 game boards, his favorite being the speed dice. Bjorn loves everything about MONOPOLY. To win the game, Bjørn plans to be the initiator, benefitting from first mover advantage— that is, doing things before everyone else catches on. His favorite aspect of playing MONOPOLY is the thrill of rolling the dice when facing potential high rents and the excitement that follows when opponents’ land on your hotels.

AUSTRIA

Bernhard Krenn

Bernhard has been playing MONOPOLY for over 25 years. He owns seven MONOPOLY game boards, his favorite being the speed dice version. His strategy to win the game is different each time he plays, depending on what happens after the cards are distributed. Bernhard’s strategy is very situation based and there is no set strategy he depends on. One of his favorite parts about playing MONOPOLY is that the favorite to win can change with each roll of the dice.

AUSTRALIA

Tony Shaw


Tony first started playing Monopoly when he was 10 years old. He owns different boards: the Nintendo, Star Wars, Transformers, the 80th anniversary, classic British editions, and a special edition Franklin Mint MONOPOLY version. His strategy involves wearing black clothing (to intimidate opponents), wearing your best poker face and, most importantly, make a blood sacrifice to Lady Luck before the competition. His favorite part of MONOPOLY is that it keeps players coming back. Anyone can win with a basic understanding of the game

 

BELGIUM

 Tran Minh

Tran, the reigning Belgian National Champion, has been playing MONOPOLY for 28 years. Minh owns a collection of more than 10 MONOPOLY boards, his favorite being the 2004 MONOPOLY Nostalgia Edition constructed out of wooden material. However, he prefers to play the MONOPOLY “Wonders of the World” edition to practice his geography and global history. His favorite part of playing MONOPOLY is negotiating with participants to obtain control of the best color group in the game, he loves to negotiate and trade.

 

CANADA

Andrea Cameron

 Andrea has been playing MONOPOLY for more than 25 years, wielding a collection of over 100 different MONOPOLY boards. She loves the collectability of the games and that MONOPOLY has become a global phenomenon where no matter where you go, or how old people are, everyone has played MONOPOLY. Amongst her collection, her favorite version of MONOPOLY is the Crazy Cash Jr Monopoly, which she enjoys playing with her daughter. Andrea’s strategy has always been the same she says, to play smart and have fun!

 

CHILE
Angel Niccodemi

Angel has been playing MONOPOLY for 15 years. He owns 15 MONOPOLY boards, including the Championship Edition and the 80th Anniversary Edition. However, his favorite is the Speed Dice version because it’s dynamic and exciting. Angel’s winning MONOPOLY strategy is to buy in the first five laps of the board and negotiate for properties you need as soon as they are sold. What Angel likes most about MONOPOLY is that it is not a static game – you have the possibility of negotiating with other players and you can develop different strategies to win each time you play.

 COLOMBIA

 Guiobanhni Encinosa Ramírez

 Guiobanhni has been playing MONOPOLY since he was 15 years old. He has owned many boards throughout the years, but currently he only owns one board. His favorite version of the MONOPOLY game board is the 80th Anniversary Edition because it includes unique elements of every Monopoly edition which has become collectable. Guiobanhni has no set strategy in plan, but hopes to buy as many properties as possible and build houses and hotels. His motto is 50% strategy and luck and 50% having fun—which is the most important part of MONOPOLY for him.


 FRANCE

Philippe Pinoli
Philippe has been playing MONOPOLY for 37 years of his life. Despite playing for many years, he has only owned one board, the classic board—his favorite version of MONOPOLY. Philippe’s strategy is to be friendly with other players to gain a positive image and easy deals with others and not being afraid to invest and take risks; going all-in with buying hotels instead of a more careful "3 houses" approach to gameplay. His favorite part of playing MONOPOLY is that it is fun, quick and wild. He enjoys most that at the end of the game, there can be only one winner.


GERMANY
Ita Hoffman
Ita loves to play MONOPOLY with family and friends and has been playing MONOPOLY for more than 10 years. Playing MONOPOLY with family and friends is her favorite aspect of MONOPOLY throughout the years. She owns four MONOPOLY game boards— one of which is almost twenty years old— an Assassins Creed-Edition, an 80th Anniversary Edition, and even one chocolate-edition. Yet, her favorite version is the classic board. Ita’s strategy to win she says, is a mixture of MONOPOLY experience and knowledge, a bit of luck and a lot of fun.

GREECE
Dimitrios Botsios
Dimitrios has been playing MONOPOLY for 23 years. He enjoys the fun shared between family and friends when playing MONOPOLY and owns four game boards. His favorite game board is the speed dice version. To win the tournament, he hopes to trade his way to the best color group.

HONG KONG
Hon Tsz San
Hon has been playing MONOPOLY for about 16 years now. Hon Tsz owns four boards, his favorite being the classic MONOPOLY board. His strategy to win the tournament is a combination of MONOPOLY gameplay elements—a mixture of patience, calculation, negotiation, alliance and luck! Hon’ favorite aspect of MONOPOLY game play is that the way in which you approach alliance and strategy is completely different amongst each individual player.

ITALY
Nicolò Falcone
Nicolò has been playing MONOPOLY for 26 years. He owns two game boards, but his favorite version is the classic. Nicolo’s strategy to win the tournament is to purchase all the railroads. His favorite part about MONOPOLY is taking people’s money and making deals.

JAPAN
Tsutomu Doita
Tsutomu has been playing MONOPOLY for about 20 years. He owns about 40 different MONOPOLY boards and his favorite is the Japanese regional versions which Japan Monopoly Association produced in 2010 because he was born in Yokohama. His strategy is to understand the counterpart’s needs, bring a tough negotiation, and maintain an optimistic attitude. His favorite part of MONOPOLY is that it’s like the real business world. Everything is unstable, no one knows the future, but we have to make many big decisions. He says the most fun comes from having the ability to evaluate the value of assets in his own way.


MACAU
Sin Chi Kuok
Sin Chi is very new to MONOPOLY, as she has only been playing MONOPOLY for about a year now. She owns 3 MONOPOLY game boards, her favorite being the speed dice. Her strategy for winning the tournament is to have fun and enjoy the game. She believes that MONOPOLY gives players a unique and joyful view of the power of probability and this is her favorite aspect of playing MONOPOLY.

MEXICO

Mariano Naoto Kairiku González
Mariano has been playing Monopoly for more than 20 years with his friends and his large family, and holds a MONOPOLY night at least once a month. Since getting married, he’s had to scale back his large MONOPOLY collection, and only keeps about seven copies in his house. His strategy is thinking about MONOPOLY like real life – you need luck, strategy and to have fun! Mariano loves the thrill of winning and collecting rents from his opposing players.

NETHERLANDS

 Bram van Orten

Currently the reigning Dutch National Champion, Bram has been playing the MONOPOLY game for 22 years. He owns 11 MONOPOLY boards, his favorite being the classic board. During tournament play, Bram’s strategy for success is to know the rules, use them to his advantage, to buy everything and play to win instead of just playing for fun. His favorite part about playing MONOPOLY is the combination of clever trading, a bit of luck and of course seeing your friends and family lose.


NEW ZEALAND
Daven Yu
Daven began playing MONOPOLY casually as a young child with family and friends. He owns just two game boards, his favorite playing style being the speed dice edition. His strategy is no secret; he hopes to buy as much property as possible. He loves MONOPOLY for the business aspect of it—dealing with money, investments and building properties.

NORWAY
Morten Svensen
The 2015 Winner of the Nordic region MONOPOLY Championship, Morten has been playing MONOPOLY for 20 years. He owns 3 game boards, his favorite being the speed dice version. Morten’s strategy to win the tournament is to buy as much property as possible when given the opportunity and use that to negotiate deals later in the game.

PERU
Luis Castillo Castro
Louis has been playing MONOPOLY for 25 years. He owns six MONOPOLY game boards, with his favorite being the Classic MONOPOLY. Louis believes that making the best negotiations are the key to winning the game. He says MONOPOLY is the perfect game to enjoy with friends and family.

POLAND
Marek Flis


Marek has been playing MONOPOLY for 10 years. He owns two different types of MONOPOLY games and his favorite edition is the Classic MONOPOLY game. His strategy for winning the Championship is to buy every property possible. Marek enjoys playing the MONOPOLY game because it’s a great way to have fun with friends.

PORTUGAL
João David Ribeiro Pais Ferreira
João has been playing MONOPOLY since he was very young, young enough that he can’t remember how old he actually was when he started playing! He only owns one classic board—his favorite version of the MONOPOLY game. His strategy can’t be planned out; he says his strategy is different for each game that he plays. He enjoys using his mathematical skills to manipulate his opponents.

RUSSIA
Aleksander Kovalev


Aleksander is relatively new to the MONOPOLY game, playing only for the past year. His favorite token to use during play is the shoe. Aleksander winning MONOPOLY strategy can only be described as “The Hidden Snail.” To prepare himself mentally for competing in the MONOPOLY World Championship he has visualized victory every day.

SOUTH KOREA
Kim Hyan-Soo
Kim was very young when he started playing MONOPOLY. He owns two boards: Classic MONOPOLY and MONOPOLY DEAL. Because of its simplicity, Kim says MONOPOLY DEAL is his favorite version of the game. His strategy to winning the game is using good negotiating skills. Kim enjoys the thrill of building his own hotel in Seoul when he plays MONOPOLY

SPAIN
María Neus Alonso Gil
Maria has been playing MONOPOLY for about 21 years. She owns both the classic MONOPOLY and E-banking MONOPOLY boards, her favorite being the classic version. To win the tournament, Maria plans to purchase the best strategic streets and have fun. Maria enjoys the interesting strategy and challenges involved in MONOPOLY gameplay.

SWITZERLAND
Beat Jost
Beat has been playing MONOPOLY for more than 10 years. Currently, he owns 15 MONOPOLY game boards, his favorite being the 2002 Japanese Designer’s edition. His strategy is to hypnotize the dice, and hope that they roll her way. His favorite aspect of MONOPOLY is that playing the game creates fun!

UKRAINE
Oleksandr Kovalenko
Oleksandr has been playing MONOPOLY for 15 years, currently owning 3 boards, his favorite being the classic board. He hopes to make all the other contestants bankrupt – to monopolize the entire property market and not let anyone else buy the property on any street. He believes Monopoly is just a game and a lot of the strategy is about luck—the most important element of gameplay in his opinion. His favorite part of playing is that it feels enough like gambling to keep his interest, although it is a board game he does not get bored of playing!

UNITED KINGDOM
Natalie Fitzsimons
Natalie has been playing MONOPOLY causally with family and friends, but the first time she played MONOPOLY in a competitive environment was at the UK and Ireland Championships, where she beat her own husband en route to a tournament victory. She says at the end of the day, the dice must be on your side, there is a lot of luck involved in winning. A few of her tips include being generous to other competitors, using jail as your friend, and mortgaging houses to free up cash flow.

UNITED STATES
Brian Valentine
Brian has been playing MONOPOLY for 25 years. He owns 15 MONOPOLY game boards, with his favorite being his Franklin Mint Deluxe Edition which features gold tokens and wood casing. Valentine’s winning strategy involves dealing fast and aiming for 100-percent success, and bankrupting all opponents. He draws on his extensive knowledge of MONOPOLY data during play, while also trusting instincts gained from his many years of playing the game. He likes that there are no two identical games of MONOPOLY ever played and every turn brings new possibilities.

 

 

 

Saturday, September 26, 2015
San Diego, CA
4’th Community Campership Council Monopoly Tournament
at San Diego County Office of Education's Cafeteria
6401 Linda Vista Road
Official Tournament, >24 players
8:00a

 

Recent Tournaments:

Thursday, April 30, 2015 
West Des Moines, IA
University of Northern Iowa Real Estate Education Monopoly Tourament—4:30p at Embassy Club West
$75 
Social Tournament.  515-222-1347

Saturday, June 6, 2015-- CANCELLED 
Fullerton, CA
9th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament
$60  includes Lunch & Continental Breakfast
Official Tournament.  Please check with them on status of tournament

Saturday, March 21, 2015
Bakersfield, CA
6'th Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly® Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, March 28, 2015
Redlands, CA
8th Annual Grove School Monopoly® Tournament
Location: The Grove School, 200 Nevada St, Redlands, CA 92373
www.grovemonopoly.com
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, March 28, 2015
Saratoga Springs, NY
2’nd Annual CARECHOICES Monopoly® Tournament
The Holiday Inn, Broadway, 4:30p
$75 includes dinner

Saturday, April 18, 2015
Peachtree City, GA
7'th Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Due South-302 Clover Reach
Eric Imker, Tournament Director 678-364-0134

Saturday, April 18, 2015
Apple Valley, CA
4’th Apple Valley High Desert Monopoly® Tournament
Church of the Valley
14933 Wakita Blvd, Apple Valley, CA 92307
Official Tournament, > 24 players

Saturday, April 25, 2015
Thousand Oaks, CA
4’th Annual SoCal (Formerly BSA) Tournament at St. Paschal Baylon Church, 155 E. Janss Road
Official Tournament, >24 players
Winner: Craig Way

Thursday, February 26, 2015
Pittsfield, MA
4’th Annual Raymond James Monopoly Tournament at Berkshire Hills Country Club, 5:30p
$30
One preliminary round and finals

Saturday, January 24, 2015
Etiwanda, CA
Etiwanda School District 3rd Annual Battle For the Library Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
Grapeland Elementary School, 7171 Etiwanda Ave, Etiwanda, CA 91739, 9a
$30
http://www.etiwanda.org/library/monopoly.asp

Saturday, September 20, 2014
San Diego, CA
3'rd Community Campership Council Monopoly Tournament
at San Diego County Office of Education's Cafeteria
6401 Linda Vista Road
Official Tournament, >24 players
8:00a

Saturday, September 20, 2014
Orlando, FL
3ed Annual MONOPOLY Own The Kingdom Tournament for NONA SCIENCE

Advanced to GO by Lake Nona MS PTSA
Location: Lake Nona MS Cafeteria
Time: 9am to 4:30
2 90-minute rounds plus junior & senior final and consolation tables
>24 players
$200 senior and junior first place prizes
https://www.ocps.net/lc/southeast/mln/AC/subject/Pages/Monopoly-Tournament.aspx.

 

 

Saturday, February 15, 2014
Bakersfield, CA
5'th Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
Official Tournament, >24 players


Saturday, Februrary 22th, 2014  (Note: New Date)
Largo, FL
Second Annual Summer Camp Scholarship Fund Raising MONOPOLY(R) Tournament
Location: Highland Recreation Complex
Time: 9am to 4pm
Fee: $25 per player, $20 with student or military ID, $120 for a team of 6
Three 90 minute rounds
>24 players
Fund raising event
Prizes for the top 3 players

Saturday, March 8, 2014
Homer, NJ
Elk’s Lodge
we have an officially Hasbro-sanctioned Monopoly tournament March 8th, 2014 at the Elk's Lodge in Homer, NY
Three 90 minutes rounds of play (where the first two rounds of total money + assets combined determines the final round players)
It's $10 registration fee for ages 6-18, and $15 ages 19-104
The winner receives a $500 cash prize and Tournament Champion trophy

Saturday, March 29, 2014
Vincennes, IN
Vincennes State Historic Sites Monopoly Tournament
at Old Bank
$15 entry, 10a-3p, Call 812-882-7422 to register

Saturday, March 29, 2014
Thousand Oaks, CA
3'rd Annual SoCal (Formerly BSA) Tournament at St. Paschal Baylon Church, 155 E. Janss Road
Official Tournament, >24 players
$25

Saturday, April 5, 2014
Redlands, CA
7'th Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Location: The Grove School, 200 Nevada St, Redlands, CA 92373
www.grovemonopoly.com
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, April 26, 2014
Apple Valley, CA
3’rd Apple Valley High Desert Monopoly Tournament
Church of the Valley
14933 Wakita Blvd, Apple Valley, CA 92307
Tim Vandenberg= Judge and Organizer
Official Tournament, > 24 players

Saturday, December 7, 2013
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Etiwanda School District Battle For the Library Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
First Prize $100
Second Prize $50
Third Price $25

Saturday, October  12, 2013
Branson, MO
5'th Annual Ozark Mountains Monopoly Tournament and Silent Auction at Best Western Branson Inn
$20 player fee includes t-shirt and lunch
Prizes include a $500.00 championship winners table
Official Tournament> 24 players… Open up to 120 players

Saturday, October 19, 2013 
Fullerton, CA
8th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament at Holiday Inn, Fullerton
$60  includes Lunch & Continental Breakfast
Official Tournament, Single Elimination
$500 prize for First Place---  Jack Munson
$250 prize for Second Place—Mike Munson
$125 prize for Third Place—Robert Ellis

Fourth- Gary Heller

Fifth- Peter Schlosser
Sixth- Craig Way

 

Saturday, October 19, 2013
Redwood City, CA
4'th Annual Redwood City Tournament at Canada College
$25 entry
Official Tournament

 

Saturday, August 31st, 2013
Orlando, FL
2nd Annual MONOPOLY Own The Kingdom Tournament for NONA SCIENCE

Advanced to GO by Lake Nona MS PTSA

Location: Lake Nona MS Cafeteria
Time: 9am to 4:30
Fee: Before 5/31, All players $13

Starting 6/1: $15 Juniors (grades 6-12), $25 Adults (18+)
2 90-minute rounds plus junior & senior final and consolation tables
>24 players
Fund raising event

 https://www.ocps.net/lc/southeast/mln/AC/subject/Pages/Monopoly-Tournament.aspx.
Senior division:

1st Mike Julian

2nd Jessica Denmark

3rd Brian Friedel

4th Angela Valentine

5th Van Tomlinson

 

Junior Division

1st Drew Gill

2nd Taylor Collins

3rd Kimberly Williams

4th Anthony DeVito

 

June 29- July 3, 2013 Preliminary Games

Thursday, July 4, 2013- Championships
San Diego, CA
3'rd Community Campership Council Monopoly Tournament
at San Diego County Fair
Play in Preliminary games and advance to Championship game on July 4.  Visit website for more info.
Official Tournament, >24 players
1’st: Ken Koury
Finalist: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Robert Ellis


Saturday, April 6, 2013
Redlands, CA
6'th Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Location: The Grove School, 200 Nevada St, Redlands, CA 92373
Registration: In advance-- email for entry form contact Amber Claflin at ptg@thegroveschool.org
Schedule: 9am to 4pm and includes two 90 minute rounds and one 90 minute final round
Fee: $35 adults; $25 students and includes lunch. $7 lunch for non-players
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, April 20, 2013
York, PA
VNA Hospice Services Monopoly Tournament
$40, Evening Event, 5:30p at Holiday Inn
1 90 min round. Not official tournament

Saturday, April 20, 2013
Apple Valley, CA
2'nd Apple Valley High Desert Monopoly Tournament
Church of the Valley
14933 Wakita Blvd, Apple Valley, CA 92307
$30 Senior, $25 Junior
Tim Vandenberg= Judge and Organizer
Official Tournament, > 24 players
1'st Geoff Ellis
2'nd Matt McNally
Finalist: Brian Valentine
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Ken Koury

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Peachtree City, GA
5'th Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Dolce Atlanta-Peachtree Resort & Convention Center, 201 Aberdeen Parkway
FREE entry-- Over $1,000 Cash & Prizes
Eric Imker, Tournament Director 678-364-0134
Official Tournament, 100 players
1st   Brian West

2nd  Greg Wallis

3rd   Evan Shanahan

4th   Lisa Hansen

 

Saturday, February 2, 2013
Bakersfield, CA
4'th Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Donvelson Varsovia

Saturday, February 23, 2013
Lorton, VA
6th Annual Lorton Monopoly Tournament at Workhouse Arts Center
$25 benefits Habitat For Humanity
2 75 minute rounds, 6 player final,

Sunday, December 9, 2012
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Etiwanda School District Library Fundraiser Tournament
Location: Barnes & Noble, Foothill Blvd
Registration: In advance
Schedule: 8:45a-3p, includes 2 90 minute rounds and 1 90 minute final round
Fee: $35 adults; $25 students and includes lunch. $7 lunch for non-players

Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Rebecca Morales
2'nd: Gary Heller
3'rd: Craig Way
Finalist: Peter Schlosser
Finalist: Ken Koury

Saturday, September 8, 2012
Orlando, FL
First Annual Own The Kingdom MONOPOLY(R) Tournament
Location: Lake Nona Middle School
Registration 9am, Start 10am
2 90 Minute rounds, then concurrent finals for middle school age + HS through adult
Fee: $20 per player, $80 for a team of 5 through September 6; $25/person after Sept 6
Official Tournament
Prizes TBD
>24 players

Saturday, September 22, 2012
San Diego, CA
2'nd Community Campership Council Monopoly Tournament
at San Diego County Office of Education's Cafeteria
6401 Linda Vista Road
Official Tournament, >24 players
8:00a

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Bakersfield, CA
Cal-State-Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament
Hosted by Global Affairs Club of CSUB
9000 Stockdale Hwy
8a

Saturday, October 6, 2012
Mason City, IA
North Iowa Vocational Center Monopoly Tournament
at North Iowa Vocational Center
Registration/Check-in: 12N-1p: Games Start at 1p
2 90 minute rounds, Top 5 winners advance to finals
$25 per player or $20 for teams of 5 or more
Ages 14 and above
Call 641-423-3301 to register!
>50 players

Saturday, October 6, 2012
Minco, OK
Minco High School Band Fundraiser Monopoly Tournament
Hosted by Minco High School Band and Boosters
Family Life Center, 502 SW Burt St
8a

Saturday, November 3, 2012
Lake Isabella, CA
Enforum Fundraiser Monopoly Tournament
Hosted by Enforum of Lake Isabella
Senior Center
, 6405 Lake Isabella Blvd
8a

Saturday, July 14th, 2012
Largo, FL
First Annual Summer Camp Scholarship Fund Raising MONOPOLY(R) Tournament
Location: Highland Recreation Complex
Time: 9am to 4pm
Fee: $20 per player, $100 for a team of 6
Two 90 min rounds, one 90 min championship round.
>24 players
Fund raising event.
1'stL Mike Fisher
2'nd: Brian Valentine
3'rd: Caitlin Olson

Saturday, June 30, 2012
Buena Park, CA
7th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament at Knotts Berry Farm Resort Hotel
$50 Includes Breakfast plus Famous Chicken Dinner
Official 'Tournament
1'st: Peter Schlosser
2'nd: Kevin Tostado
Finalist: Masa Jade Rozen
Finalist: Robert Ellis
Finalist: Melson Varsovia

Saturday, May 26, 2012
Bakersfield, CA
1'st Kern County Swoosh Basketball Monopoly Tournament at YMCA, 5880 District Blvd
Two tournaments: 18+ and 17 & under.
$25
1'st: Ken Koury
Finalist: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Robert Ellis

Sunday, May 27, 2012
Las Vegas, NV
Monopoly Tournament at the Riviera Hotel & Casino
1'st: Matt McNally
2'nd: Ken Koury

Thursday, May 17, 2012
Pittsfield, MA
1'st Annual YMCA of Pittsfield Monopoly Tournament
$30
One preliminary round and finals

Saturday, May 12, 2012 (Finals May 19)
Burlington, VT
New England Federal Credit Union Monopoly Tournament at University Mall
863-1066 x11

Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Albany, NY
20th Annual SEFCU Monopoly Tournament
$30
Social Event: One preliminary round and finals

Saturday, April 28, 2012
St Louis, MO
Nicole Allen Memorial Foundation Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, April 28, 2012
Peachtree City, GA
4'th Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Towne Club, 201 Crosstown Road
FREE $200 Cash Prizes Plus >$400 Gift Cards
Eric Imker, Tournament Director 678-364-0134
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Jill Rennie
2'nd: Brian Valentine
3'rd: Gideon Jowers
4'th: Aaron Grayson

Saturday, April 14, 2012
Apple Valley, CA
1'st Apple Valley High Desert Monopoly Tournament
Tim Vandenberg= Judge and Organizer
Official Tournament, > 24 players
Finalist: Matt McNally
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Chris

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Redlands, CA
5'th Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Robert Ellis
2'nd: Craig Way
4'th: Geoff Ellis

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Indianapolis, IN
Vincennes State Historic Sites Monopoly Tournament
at Old State Bank

Saturday, February 25, 2011
Lorton, VA
5th Annual Lorton Monopoly Tournament at Workhouse Arts Center
$25 benefits Habitat For Humanity

Saturday, February 18, 2012
Bismarck-Mandan, ND
5th Annual Junior Achievement Monopoly Tournament
at Mandan High School

Saturday, January 28, 2012
Bakersfield, CA
3'rd Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
1'st: Terry Thompson
2'nd: Robert Ellis
3'rd: Gary Heller
4'th: Chris Salyards
5'th: Ken Koury

Saturday, January 14, 2012
Bremen, IN
Bremen Public Library Tournament

Saturday, October 29, 2011
Redwood City, CA
2'nd Annual Redwood City Tournament at Canada College
$10 Student/Seniors, $15 General Public, Pizza Provided
Official Tournament

Saturday October 8, 2011
Branson, MO
3'rd Annual Ozark Mountains Monopoly Tournament at Best Western Branson Inn
$25
Official Tournament> 24 players

Saturday, May 21, 2011
Bakersfield, CA
1'st Kern County-YMCA Monopoly Tournament

1'st: Craig Way
Finalist: Ken Koury
Finalist: Robert Ellis

Judge: Geoff Ellis

Saturday, May 14, 2011
Fullerton, CA
6th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament at (Location Change) Fullerton Holiday Inn, 2932 E. Nutwood
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Kevin Tostado
Finalist: Gary Heller
Finalist: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Lee Bayrd
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Jana Farman

Saturday, April 16, 2011
San Diego, CA
1'st Community Campership Council Monopoly Tournament at UltraStar Mission Valley Theatres
Official Tournament, >24 players
$35/adults, includes t-shirt, 8:30a
Judge: Kevin Tostado
Sheri Pacitto, Tournament Director, 760-803-8125
1'st: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Ken Koury
Finalist: Gary Heller

Thursday, April 28, 2011
Pittsburgh, PA
26'th Annual Corporate Tournament National Kidney Foundation of the Alleghenies at the US Steel Tower
Evening event: Recommended

Saturday, April 30, 2011
Peachtree City, GA
3'rd Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Towne Club, 201 Crosstown Road
FREE
Eric Imker, Tournament Director 678-364-0134
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Chris Allessio
2'nd: Larry Smith
3'rd: Michael Marchand

4'th: Donetta Toussaint

Saturday, April 9, 2011
Redlands, CA
4'th Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
$30/adults, $20/student 7-12th grade, includes lunch and t-shirt
1'st: Joseph Subhani
2'nd: Craig Way
3'rd: Brian Boles
4'th: Brian Valentine
5'th: Robert Ellis
6'th: Paul Pavlis

Saturday, April 2, 2011
Boca Raton, FL
5th Annual Monopoly Event for Boca Helping Hands- Food Service for the Underprivileged
$1500 Approx.
Evening Event: Recommended
Hosted by U.S. Champ Gary Peters

Saturday, March 26, 2011
Grand Rapids, MI
3'rd Annual Epilepsy Council Tournament at Christ Church, 2500 Breton Road
$25, 10a-1p

Saturday, March 26, 2011
St Louis, MO
Nicole Allen Memorial Foundation Monopoly Tournament at Parkway North High School
$25, 5:30p
2 90 Minute Rounds + 6 player final

Sunday, March 6, 2011
Lincoln, NE
Eastmont Towers Monarch Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, February 26, 2011
Harrisburg, IL
30'th Annual Tournament
$150, Formal, SIC Foundation

1'st: Ron Ozment
Finalist: Duane Lambert

Saturday, February 26, 2011
Lorton, VA
4th Annual Lorton Monopoly Tournament at Glory Days Grill
$25 benefits Habitat For Humanity
Official Tournament

Friday, February 25, 2011
Wichita/Andover, KS
9th Annual MHA Monopoly Tournament at St. Vincent De Paul Church
Evening event, $65

Saturday, February 19, 2011
Crivitz, WI
2nd Annual Crivitz Rescue Squad Monopoly Tournament
$25 (advance)/$30 (day of)

Saturday, February 12, 2010
Bismarck, ND
4th Annual Junior Achievement Monopoly Tournament
at Dorothy Moses Elementary School

Saturday, January 15, 2011
Bakersfield, CA
1'st Gravity Bakersfield Amateur Monopoly Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
$10
Unofficial Tournament-- Amateur Tournament (ie without Professional Players)

Saturday, November 20, 2010
Chicago, IL
Monopoly Tournament at Navy Pier Festival Hall B at the Chicago Toy and Game Fair
Free
Judge: Phil Orbanes

Saturday, November 13, 2010
Joliet, IL
United Cerebral Palsy of Illinois Prairieland Tournament
$15 adult, 10:30a, 311 S. Reed St.,
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, October 30, 2010
Branson, MO
2'nd Annual Ozark Mountains Monopoly Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players, $25, 9a, Best Western Branson Inn

Friday, October 15, 2010
New York, NY
Museum of American Finance Monopoly Tournament
Free, 1-3p, Lindsay Seeger at 212-908-4110 or lseeger@moaf.org.

Thursday, August 5, 2010
Pasadena, CA
Pasadena Central Library Teen Monopoly Tournament
10:30a, Veronica Fuentes, (626) 744-4045, 285 E. Walnut

Saturday, July 24, 2010
Spring, TX
1'st Annual Grove Spring-Klein Monopoly Tournament at Cypress Christian Center Gymnasium
Official Tournament, >24 players
$45 Adults
$35 15 and under

Saturday, July 17, 2010
Bakersfield, CA
2'nd Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament at 214 Hosking Avenue
$45 (includes lunch & a t-shirt)/ $55 at the door
Official Tournament >24 players

1'st: Ken Koury
2'nd: Chris Salyards
3'rd: Amanda Pounds
4'th: Marty Green
5'th: Craig Way
6'th: Geoff Ellis

Saturday, June 5, 2010
Buena Park, CA
5th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament at Buena Park Holiday Inn
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Gary Heller
2'nd: Ken Koury
3'rd: Brian Boles
4'th: Peter Schlosser
5'th: Craig Way
6'th: Robert Ellis

Sunday, May 1, 2010
Peachtree City, GA
2'nd Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Towne Club
FREE
1st Matt Griffin,
2nd Peter Mayhew,
3rd Jacob Nails,
4th Michael Marchand,

Saturday, April 17, 2010
Boca Raton, FL
4th Annual Monopoly Event for Boca Helping Hands- Food Service for the Underprivileged
$1500 Approx.
Evening Event: Recommended

Saturday, April 24, 2010
West Michigan, MI
St. John Viannes Monopoly Tournament

Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Albany, NY
SEFCU Monopoly Tournament

Friday, April 29, 2010
Pittsburgh, PA
25'th Annual Corporate Tournament National Kidney Foundation of the Alleghenies at the US Steel Tower
Evening event: Recommended

Spring
Las Vegas, NV
Adoption Exchange 5th Annual Monopoly: An Evening on the Boardwalk at the Ameristar Resort & Spa
Evening Event
$200 in the past. Judge/Bankers had little knowledge of the rules. Nice social event-- terrible Monopoly event.

Saturday, April 3, 2010
Redlands, CA
3'nd Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Craig Way
2'nd: Gary Heller

3'rd: Ken Koury
4'th: Kimberly McCarty
5'th: Magda Jacobo
6'th: Chris McCarty

April 2010
Louisville, KY
1'st Louisville Monopoly Tournament

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Saturday, March 27, 2010
Grand Rapids, MI
2;nd Annual Epilepsy Council Tournament at the Breton Village Mall
11a
$25

Friday, February 26, 2010, 6:30p
Wichita, KS
8th Annual MHA Monopoly Tournament at St. Vincent De Paul Church
$65, Evening Event.

Saturday, February 20, 2010
Crivitz, WI
Crivitz Rescue Squad Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, February 20, 2010
Lorton, VA
3rd Annual Lorton Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, February 13, 2010
Mandan, ND
Junior Achievement Monopoly Tournament
at Mandan Fire Station
Grade 4-8: Samuel Miller
Grade 9-12: Tom Gabbitas
Adult: Rory Hentz

Saturday, January 30, 2009
New Philadelphia, OH
14th Annual Tuscarawas County Public Library Tournament
Teens only Now :(

Saturday, January 23, 2010
Charleston, WV
15th Annual Charleston Parks & Recreation Department Tournament
Free, 10am, Town Center Mall Center Court

Saturday, December 5, 2009
Ames, IA
Library Monopoly® Tournament


Saturday, November 21, 2009
Thousand Oaks, CA
3'rd Annual Boy Scouts of America Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Ken Koury
2'nd: Matt McNally
3'rd: Gary Heller
4'th: Peter Schlosser
5'th: Jason Chen

6'th: Don Goodman


Saturday, November 7, 2009
Joliet, IL
United Cerebral Palsy of Illinois Prairieland Tournament
$15 adult, 10:30a, 311 S. Reed St.,
Official Tournament, >24 players

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Shreveport, LA
Crash Bash Monopoly Tournament, 5 pm, Shreve Memorial Library
Plus, 20 other parishes will have a tournament, with a finals on Nov 7

Saturday, October 24, 2009
Branson, MO
1'st Annual Ozark Mountains Monopoly Tournament
Official Tournament, >24 players, $30, 9a

Sunday, September 13, 2009
Wilmington, DE
Siegel JCC Tournament
$20

Saturday, August 1, 2009
Bakersfield, CA
1'st Gravity Bakersfield Monopoly Tournament
$40 (includes lunch & a t-shirt)
1. Geoff Ellis
2. Ken Koury
3. Greg Ellis
4. Eloisa Loya
5. Chris Seely
6. Gary Heller

Saturday, August 1, 2009
Bryan, TX
3'rd Annual BVCAA Charity Tournament
$50, 21+ Evening Event at the Bravos Center

Saturday, May 30, 2009
Palatine, IL
Christ Lutheran Church Tournament

Saturday, May 9, 2009
Fullerton, CA
4th Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Robert Ellis

Finalist: Ian Dodril
Finalist: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Peter Schlosser
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Lynn
Judge: Gary Heller

Saturday, May 2, 2009
Long Island, NY
St. Raphael's Tournament
$10

Saturday, May 2, 2009
Peachtree City, GA
1'st Annual Peachtree City Tournament at Towne Club
FREE
Minimum Age: 16
1st Darren Siegerdt,
2nd Myerscough, Micah,
3rd Jim Coe,
4th Mitch Furtner,

Saturday, April 24, 2009
Topeka, KS
6th Annual Breakthrough House Monopoly Tournament
785-232-6807
$50, Evening Event

Saturday, April 24, 2009
Rochester, NY
Fairport Boy Scouts Tournament

Saturday, April 24, 2009
York, PA
VNA Hospice Services Monopoly Tournament
$40, Evening Event, 5:30p at Out Door Country Club

Saturday, March 28, 2009
Grand Rapids, MI
Epilepsy Council Tournament
1'st: Tom Kause
Finalist: Vince Knight

Saturday, March 28, 2009
Asheville, NC
Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
12 Noon, $2
1'st: David Myers
2'nd: Robert Keith Rogers
3'rd: Gary Swanson
4'th: Scott R. Steele

Saturday, March 28, 2009
Las Vegas, NV
4'th Annual Adoption Exchange Tournament at the Green Valley Ranch Hotel
1 60 minute round
Evening Event
$200

Saturday, March 14, 2009
Redlands, CA
2'nd Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
$30

Official Tournament, >24 players
1'st: Matt McNally
Finalist: Peter Schlosser
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Sheri Ellis
Finalist: Lee Bayrd

Saturday, March 14, 2009
Boca Raton, FL
3nd Annual Monopoly Event for Boca Helping Hands- Food Service for the Underprivileged
$150
Evening Event

Saturday, March 7, 2009
Spring Lake, MI
Boy Scout Tournament
$20

Saturday, March 7, 2009
Muskegon, MI
New Life Community Church Tournament
$20, Lake Hills Elementary School

Saturday, March 7, 2009
Harrisburg, IL
29'th Annual Tournament
$150, Formal, Harrisburg American Legion

Saturday, February 28, 2009
Platte City, MO
6'th Annual Lions Club Tournament
$25

Friday, February 27, 2009, 6:30p
Wichita, KS
7th Annual MHA Monopoly Tournament
$50, Evening Event

Thursday, February 26, 2009
New Philadelphia, OH
13th Annual Tuscarawas County Public Library Tournament

Saturday, February 21, 2009
Menomonie, WI
UW Stout Tournament
$15
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, February 21, 2009
Asheville, NC
Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
12 Noon, $2
1. David Myers
2. Matthew Myers
3. Robert Keith Rogers
4. Eric Rogers
5. Scott R. Steele

Saturday, February 21, 2009
Lorton, VA
2nd Annual Lorton Monopoly Tournament
$25
, Glory Days Grill
1'st: Ryan Pittman
2'nd: David Thomas
3'rd: Aubrey Pruitt

Saturday, February 7, 2009
Bismarck, ND
Bismarck Chamber of Commerce 2nd Annual Monopoly Tournament
701-223-5660
Grade 4-8: Andrew Beckert
Grade 9-12: Carter Tomac
Adult: E.J. Red Bear

Friday, February 6, 2009
Conrad, IN
Indycrew Monopoly® Tournament
5:30p
$100

Friday, February 6, 2009
Minneapolis, MN
University of Minnesota Student Union Monopoly® Tournament
10p-2a

Saturday, January 24, 2008
Charleston, WV
14th Annual Charleston Parks & Recreation Department Tournament
Free

Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Thurmont, MD
Thurmont Library Teen Monopoly® Tournament
Teen Tournament

Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Plymouth, IN
Plymouth Library Teen Monopoly® Tournament
Teen only

Sunday, January 18, 2009
Nashville, TN
Belmont School of Music Monopoly® Tournament
$20
Official Tournament, >24 players

Saturday, January 17, 2009
Ames, IA
Library Monopoly® Tournament

January 3, 2009
Pocatello, ID
Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation Monopoly Tournament
$10

December 18, 2008
Boston, MA
Social Security Administration Tournament
978-304-7066
$10

Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Charlotte, NC
Universal City Library Teen Monopoly Tournament
704-416-7200

Saturday, November 15, 2008
Milwaukee, WI
Milwaukee Boy Scouts Monopoly Tournament

November, 2008
Gillette, WY
Campbell County Public Library Teen Tournament

October 25, 2008
Winter Haven, FL
Monopoly Mayhem for Tri-County Human Services
Evening event

September 26, 2008
Mosinee, WI
Wausau School Foundation Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, August 30, 2008
Asheville, NC
Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
12 Noon, $1
1. Robert Keith Rogers
2. Matthew Myers
3. Scott R. Steele
4. David Myers

Saturday, August 16, 2008
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield Monopoly Open
1'st: Peter Schlosser
2'nd: Ken Koury
3'rd: Rusty
4'th: Gary Heller

Saturday, August 16, 2008
Bryan, TX
2'nd Annual BVCAA Charity Tournament
$50

August 3, 2008
New Bethel, GA
South Georgia Home School Tournament at New Bethel Baptist Church

July, 2008, 10am
Gillette, WY
Campbell County Public Library Teen Tournament
1'st: Brandon Skinner
2'nd: Trevor Thurman
Finalist: Austen Fowler
Finalist: Tate Ross

Social, Teen (40 minute final)

Saturday, July 26, 2008
Asheville, NC
Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
12 Noon, $5
1. David Myers
2. Matthew Myers
3. Scott R. Steele
4. Robert Keith Rogers
Official, <24 players

Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Mint Hill, NC
Mint Hill Library Teen Tournament
Part of an ongoing series of tournaments June 19-August 13.
Contact them for more info.

Saturday, July 19, 2008
Frankfort, IN
Frankfort Library Monopoly Tournament
10am, $5

Saturday, July 19, 2008
Fort Wayne, IN
Arch Monopoly Madness
12N, $15 at the Artlink Gallery

Friday, July 18, 2007
Coshocton, OH
13th Annual Coshocton Public Library Tournament
1'st: Lauren Fox
Finalist: Megan Schlupp
Finalist: Jordan Williamson
Finalist: Sherry Grier
Social, Teen

Thursday, July 17, 2008
Howell, NJ
5th Annual Howell Library Teen Tournament

Monday, July 14, 2008
Morristown, TN
Morristown Library Teen Tournament

Saturday, June 28, 2008
Thousand Oaks, CA
2'nd Annual Boy Scouts of America Tournament
$45/$35
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final

Judge: Lee Bayrd
1'st: Geoff Ellis
2'nd: Brian Boles
3'rd: Ken Koury
4'th: Craig Way
5'th: Tim Vandenberg
6'th: Peter Schlosser
Official, >24 players

June 26-27, 2008
Starkville, MS
Teen Tournament at Starkville Public Library
1'st: Benjamin Jamerson
2'nd: Jonathan Emerson
3'rd: Brian Roberts
Social, Teen

Thursday, June 26, 2008
Galaxie, MN
Teen Tournament at Galaxie Library
1'st: Reed Schelitzche
Social, Teen

Saturday, June 21, 2008
Asheville, NC
Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
12 Noon, $5

1. Matthew Myers
2. David Myers
3. Scott R. Steele
4. Robert Keith Rogers
Official, <24 players

Saturday, June 21, 2008
Clute, TX
Teen Tournament

Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Charlotte, NC
Teen Tournament at Morrison Regional Public Library

Saturday, June14, 2008
Las Vegas, NV
Pet-opoly Tournament at the Elks Lodge
$50
Social, Adult

Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Jerome, ID
Official Jerome Public Library Tournament
5:30p

Friday, May 30, 2008
San Diego, CA
American Heart Association Monopoly Night Gala at Hotel Del Coronado
Evening.

Social, Adult

Saturday, May 24, 2008
Asheville, NC
Eblen Society Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
1. Robert Keith Rogers (Winner)
2. David Myers
3. Chris Poland
4. Scott R. Steele
Finalist: Bob Larsen
Finalist: John Poland
Official, <24 players

Saturday, May 18, 2008
Pasadena, CA
1'st Game Empire Monopoly Tournament
$6, 1p

Saturday, May 17, 2008
Fullerton, CA
3rd Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Judge: Gary Heller
1'st: Geoff Ellis
2'nd: Peter Schlosser
3'rd: Erich McIntosh
4'th: Lee Hess
5'th: Robert Ellis
6'th: Ken Koury
Official, >24 players

Saturday, May 10, 2008
Santa Clarita, CA
Monopoly® Mania 4: Santa Clarita School & Business Alliance
1'st: Gary Heller
Finalist: Ken Koury
Social, >24 players

Saturday, May 10, 2008
Middletown, NY
Christian Faith Fellowship Monopoly Tournament
$25

Sunday, April 27, 2008
Hot Springs, AR
Vickis Coffee Corner Monopoly Tournament
$15

April 13 (Preliminaries), April 27 Finals
Pottsville, PA
5'th Annual Tobacco-Free Monopoly Tournament
Fairlane Village, Pottsville or Susquehanna Valley Mall
Angela 800-264-1290

Saturday, April 26, 2008
Hot Springs, AR
American Cancer Society Monopoly Tournament
Evening Event

Saturday, April 26, 2008
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield Open
1'st: Geoff Ellis
Finalist: Ken Koury
Finalist: Sheri Ellis
Finalist: Barbara Lewis
Finalist: Gary Heller

Saturday, April 19, 2008
Topeka, KS
5th Annual Breakthrough House Monopoly Tournament at 5p
785-273-2252
$30

Saturday, April 19, 2008
Asheville, NC
American Cancer Society Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
1'st: Robert Keith Rogers
2'nd: David Myers
3'rd: Scott R. Steele

Friday, April 18, 2008
Dania Beach, FL
Sheridan House Monopoly Night at Design Center of the Americas
Evening event
$1,500

Friday, April 11, 2008
Alachua, FL
American Cancer Society Monopoly Tournament at Women's Center, 6p
$5

April 9, 2008
Pittsburgh, PA
23'rd Annual Corporate Tournament National Kidney Foundation of the Alleghenies at the US Steel Tower
Evening

Saturday, April 5, 2008
Hendersonville, NC
The Healing Place Monopoly Tournament
$50

Saturday, March 30, 2008
Troy, NY
Troy Public Schools Booster Tournament at RPI

Saturday, March 22, 2008
Asheville, NC
Meals On Wheels Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
$5
1'st: Scott R. Steele
2'nd: Robert Keith Rogers
3'rd: David Myers
4'th: Mary Cuto
5'th Alex Davis

Saturday, March 15, 2008,
Los Angeles, CA
5th Annual American Heart Association Monopoly Night at Bel Air Country Club

Evening
213-291-7000

Friday, March 14, 2008, 6:30p
Wichita, KS
6th Annual St. Vincent de Paul Monopoly Tournament

$50
316-685-1821

Saturday, March 8, 2008
Redlands, CA
1'st Annual Grove School Monopoly Tournament
Judge: Lee Bayrd
1'st: Robert Ellis
2'nd: Amarris Dennison
3'rd: Geoff Ellis
4'th: Craig Way
5'th: Sheri Ellis
6'th: Peter Schlosser

Saturday, March 8, 2008
Temple, TX
Holy Trinity Catholic High School Monopoly Tournament

Saturday, March 8, 2008
Folsom, PA
Ridley Township Library Grades 6-12 Tournament

Friday, March 7, 2008
Harrisburg, IL
28'th Annual United Way Tournament
$150, Formal

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Las Vegas, NV
3 rd Annual Adoption Exchange Tournament at the Four Seasons
1 60 minute round
1'st: Michael Minden
2'nd: Alisha
3'rd: Tom
4'th: Gary Heller
5'th: Michael
6'th: Robert
7'th: Ken Koury
8'th: Steve
9'th: Chris Hunter

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Asheville, NC
Saint Vincent de Paul Monopoly Tournament at Hillside Games
$5
1'st: Robert Keith Rogers
2'nd: Scott R. Steele
3'rd: Matthew Myers
4'th: Gary Swanson
5'th: David Myers

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Canfield, OH
13th Annual Camp Fire USA Tournament
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Lorton, VA
Lorton Arts Foundation Tournament
$25

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Lewisville, TX
Lewisville School District Adult & Community Education Office,
2'nd Annual Monopoly
® Tournament
Adult and Junior Divisions
1 90 minute round + 2 3-player finals

Saturday, February 23, 2008
Platte City, MO
5'th Annual Lions Club Tournament
1'st: Eric Craig
2'nd: Frank Roe
3'rd: Rachel Danley
4'th: Ken Hoover

5'th: Ed Webb
$25

Friday, February 22, 2008
Boca Raton, FL
2nd Annual Monopoly Event for Boca Helping Hands- Food Service for the Underprivileged
Hosted by: Gary Peters
2'nd: Peter Schlosser

Friday, February 22, 2008
Philadelphia, PA
16th Annual Toll Brothers Tournament

Tuesdays, February 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2008
Alexandria, OH
Alexandria Public Library Teen Monopoly Tournaments

Monday, February 18, 2008
Wheeling, IL
Indian Trails Public Library
2 rounds

Saturday, February 9, 2008
Bismarck, ND
Bismarck Chamber of Commerce Monopoly Tournament
High Prairie Arts & Science Complex
$6, 701-223-5660

Grade 4-8: Jaden Bradner
Grade 9-12: Cole Kuester
Adult: Jeff Nygaard

Saturday, February 2, 2008
Fargo, ND
Concordia SIFE Monopoly Tournament at West Acres, 9a
$10

Saturday, January 26, 2008
New Philadelphia, OH
12th Annual Tuscarawas County Public Library Tournament

Saturday, January 26, 2008
Charleston, WV
13th Annual Charleston Parks & Recreation Department Tournament
Free

Saturday, January 26, 2008
Wakea, HI
Habitat For Humanity Tournament at Matteo's
$25/50

Saturday, January 19, 2008
Bremen, IN
Bremen Public Library Tournament

Monday, January 14, 2008, 9 am
Eldora, IA
Eldora Public Library Annual Tournament
Free, 2 rounds

January 5, 2008
Aiken, SC
2'nd Fermata Club Tournament
$20
1'st: David McCaslan

Thursday, January 3, 2008
McHenry, IL
McHenry Public Library Kids Tournament
1'st: Kris Kojs
2'nd: Michelle Kojs
3'rd: Tom Ganziano
Finalist: Clayton Ganziano
Finalist: Trey Darnell
Finalist: Michael Wacaser

Friday, December 28, 2007
Duluth, MN
Boys & Girls Club of Duluth Teen Tournament
1'st: Durell Johnson

December 27, 2007, 10am
Gillette, WY
Campbell County Public Library Teen Tournament

Saturday, December 15, 2007, 10a
Asheville, NC
Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministry Monopoly Tournament At D.J's Cafe & Diner
1'st: Matthew Myers
2'nd: David Myers
3'rd: Robert Keith Rogers

Saturday, November 24, 2007
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield Open
1'st: Geoff Ellis

Sunday, November 11, 2007
Schenectady, NY
4th Annual "Get Your Game On" Monopoly Tournament
Family & Child Service of Schenectady at (518) 393-1369.

Saturday, November 10, 2007, 10a
Asheville, NC
Manna Food Bank Monopoly Tournament At D.J's Cafe & Diner
1'st: David Myers
2'nd: Matthew Myers
3'rd: Robert Keith Rogers
4'th: Alex Davis

Saturday, November 10, 2007
Winona, MN
Junior Achievement Tournament

Saturday, November 3, 2007
Hays, KS
2nd Annual McDonald's and High School DECA Tournament at North Store
1'st: Pray Family

Saturday, October 20, 2007, 10a
Arden, NC
Human Society Monopoly Tournament At Uncle Fred's Emporium
$10
1'st: Robert Keith Rogers
2'nd: David Myers
3'rd: Matthew Myers
4'th: Fred Ruhlman

Saturday, October 20, 2007
Bryan, TX
1'st Annual BVCAA Charity Tournament

Friday, October 19, 2007, 6:30p
Fresno, CA
5th Annual An Evening of Monopoly
$40
1 90 minute round
Organizer was uncooperative.

Monday, October 15, 2007, 1p
Reading, PA
Waupaca Library Tournament
1'st: David Hansen

Saturday, October 13, 2007, 4p
Swormville, NY
Habitat For Humanity Tournament at St. Mary Catholic Church
$10
More info: 691-6790/651-0071

Saturday, October 13, 2007
La Crosse, WI
10th Annual Junior Achievement Tournament at the Valley View Mall
$10-15/round
3 preliminary rounds (9a, 11:15a, 1:30p), 1 final round

September 15, 2007
Grand Haven, MI
1'st Annual Grand Haven Arts Area Council Monopoly Tournament
$20
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
1'st: Larry DeHaan

August 31, 2007
Long Beach, CA
Art Deco Society of Los Angeles- Queen Mary Art Deco Festival
1'st: Ken Koury
2'nd: Sharlene Choy
3'rd: Kathleen Howat
4'th: Gary Heller

August 25, 2007
Los Angeles, CA
Monopoly® Mania
Special Olympics
1'st: Peter Schlosser
Finalist: Craig Way

August 2007
Howell, NJ
4th Annual Howell Library Kids Tournament
1'st: John Paul Prioli
2'nd: Ryan Barnes
3'rd: Lauren Saal

July 21, 2007
Jackson, TN
Fellowship Bible Church
1'st: Jason Lonon
2'nd: Thomas Foster

July 7, 2007
Coshocton, OH
12th Annual Coshocton Public Library Tournament
1'st: Harley Wilson
2'nd: Jordan Williamson

June 29, 2007
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield Open
1'st: Geoff Ellis

June 2, 2007
Fullerton, CA
2nd Annual YWCA of N. Orange County Monopoly® Tournament
$40
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Judge: Gary Heller
Banker: Peter Schlosser
1'st: Lee Hess
2'nd: Geoff Ellis
3'rd: Paul George
4'th: Teresa Ramos
5'th: Craig Way
6'th: Ken Koury

May 19, 2007
Santa Clarita, CA
Monopoly® Mania 3: Santa Clarita School & Business Alliance
1 round
1'st: Joe Messina
Finalist: Lee Bayrd
Finalist: Mike Maloney

May 12, 2007
Temperance, MI
1'st Annual Bedford Library Tournament

March 3, 2007
Thousand Oaks, CA
1'st Annual Boy Scouts of America Tournament
$35/$30
2 90 minute rounds + 6 player final
Judge: Matt McNally
Banker/Teacher: Lee Bayrd
1'st: Geoff Ellis
2'nd: Gary Heller
Finalist: Ken Koury
Finalist: Craig Way
Finalist: Ron Konroy
Finalist: Erich McIntosh

February 24, 2007
Lewisville, TX
Lewisville School District Adult & Community Education Office,
1'st Annual Monopoly
® Tournament
1'st Jeff Hutchinson (Adult Division)
1'st Kevin Choate (Junior Division)

Saturday, February 24, 2007
Platte City, MO
4'th Annual Lions Club Tournament
1'st: Eric Craig

February 23, 2007
Philadelphia, PA
15th Annual Toll Brothers Tournament

January 27, 2007
New Philadelphia, OH
11th Annual Tuscarawas County Public Library Tournament
1'st Chris Brace
Finalist: Andrew Fields
Finalist: Hunter Slates
Finalist: Allie Serban
Finalist: Joey Kuhn
Finalist: Bailey Mackey

January 20, 2007
Aiken, SC
1'st Fermata Club Tournament
1'st Matthew K. Myers
2'nd Robin Morgan
3'rd Clayton Tardie

2007
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sheridan House
Judge: Gary Peters

2007
Harrisburg, IL
27th Annual Tournament
United Way of Saline County