Ravi tänav - Ühisfond (Community Chest) - Tatari tänav - Tulumaks (Income Tax) - Lilleküla (Station) - Uus tänav - Loos (Chance) -Aia - Vene tänav - Vanglas/Lihtsalt külastad (In Jail/Just visiting) - Paldiski maantee - Elektrivõrk - Mustamäe tee - Sõpruse puiestee - Tallinn-Väike - Suur-Karja tänav - Ühisfond - Harju tänav - Pikk tänav - Tasuta parkla (Free Parking) - Narva maantee - Loos - Tartu maantee - Pärnu maantee - Tondi - Gonsiori tänav - Rävala puiestee - Veevõrk (Water Works) - Estonia puiestee - Mine vanglasse (Go to Jail) - Liivalaia tänav - Vabaduse väljak - Ühisfond - Viru väljak - Balti Jaam - Loos - Viru tänav - Lisamaks (Super Tax) and Raekoja plats.
Standard, ref. 030114535631
Although in other European countries the issues of 2001 already show the red Monopoly bar with Mr.Monopoly-with-red-bow-tie on the board's midfield (as well as on the lid), this edition still has the black-bar-with-Uncle-Pennybags-and-frame, like it is on the boards of all other countries since 1985.
In this "standard" box is of course the red
plastic "banker's tray" again with holes for the 7 banknotes and
property deeds still present with the banker.
The game board is folded in four and fits, when stored,
precisely on the banker's tray. The back of the board is as usual red,
the playside is blue green. This
edition is of course also manufactured in Ireland and therefore shows the
picture of the "laughing family" at the bottom of the box.
Edition: Anti-Monopoly, Ref. 779
Ralph Anspach is a Professor Emeritus of Economics
at San Francisco State University who invented this Anti-Monopoly game. He based
his creation on the monopoly folkgame which was invented by
Elizabeth Magie in 1904 and was played extensively in the Eastern United States
between 1904 and 1935. Players in the monopoly folkgame buy and trade properties
to monopolize color groupings.His game transforms the folk game into a battle
between competitors and monopolists and it retains the antimonopoly message of
the creators of monopoly. Quaker teachers (members of the Society of
Friends in Atlantic City, N.J.) transformed the folkgame into what is now played
Anti-Monopoly®'s specialty is, as said, its principle
players have to choose between 2 play methods: that of the Monopolists
and the Competitors. However, which part you will prefer, all players
have equal chances to win, although they play according to different
Rules. So Monopolists for example, can only build houses and hotels when
they have a monopoly position in a town (what is the case
already when the
player owns 2 of 3 streets), while Competitors may build on each property,
independent of they own a whole city or one single street.
Konkurendid: lähevad hinnasõtta (Competitor: Go to the price war)
London: Park Lane - Piccadilly -Konkurent või Monopolist - Oxford Street
Ateena: Konkurent või Monopolist - La Plaka - Maamaks (Property tax) - Syntagma
The 4 spaces in the middle of each side are respectively: Lennu-firma - Trammi-kompanii - Raudtee and Bussi-firma.
The 3 corner spaces clearly have different meaning for the Monopolists and the Competitors.
Note that in this Estonian edition the capital Tallinn is added as second group of streets. The same is done in the other Baltic editions!
The bottom part of the box contains a white cardboard insert foulded such a way that a lower part between two platforms can be used as bankers' tray and store for the houses and hotels .
There are no Chance- nor Community Chest cards in this game but 2x25 plain, white cards Monopolistid and Konkurendid instead, all with funny illustrations and always with detailed comment, like:
On the Konkurendid cards:
On the Monopolistid cards:
It is of course also necessary the two types of players to be taken into
account of on the property deeds. That is why they have 2 columns
for the prices: at the left for the Konkurent
and at the right side those for the Monopolist.
The back side of the cards is also to show the property to be mortgaged. In this
situation the card must be given the bank, however, the owner can any
moment buy it back from the bank. This is also said on the back side of the
The first version of this 21st edition was published in 2005 in the USA, soon followed by that of many European countries.
This edition was "Made in Spain".
The price of this edition was at the introduction € 19.95.