Quiz – Most-Landed-On Irish Monopoly Squares

November 9, 2007 at 2:54 am Leave a comment

As a hint, you will land more often on squares that you can be sent to, such as Jail and Go, and on squares soon after them. Here is the full list: >>>

Most-Landed-On Irish Monopoly Squares

  • 1 in 16 – Jail (includes landing on Go to Jail)
  • 1 in 31 – Henry Street
  • 1 in 32 – Go, Heuston Station, Westmoreland Street
  • 1 in 33 – Busaras
  • 1 in 34 – Dublin Airport, Pearse Street, Free Parking
  • 1 in 36 – Dame Street, Abbey Street, Waterworks
  • 1 in 37 – Dawson Street, Capel Street, Talbot Street, North Earl Street, George’s Street
  • 1 in 38 – Electric Company, O’Connell Street, Wicklow Street, Shrewsbury Road, Community Chest 2
  • 1 in 40 – Nassau Street, Grafton Street
  • 1 in 42 – Kildare Street, Shannon Airport, Community Chest 3
  • 1 in 43 – Rathgar, South Circular Road, Rathmines, Income Tax
  • 1 in 45 – Kimmage, Ailesbury Road, Super Tax
  • 1 in 48 – Crumlin
  • 1 in 53 – Community Chest 1
  • 1 in 100 – Chance 2
  • 1 in 111 – Chance 1, Chance 3

Notes

  • When Community Chest or Chance cards send you to another square, it is counted here as landing directly on the square that you have been sent to.
  • Based on a computer analysis of probabilities by Jim d’Ambrosia.
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