It depends on the type.
In all Monopoly games each player receives $1,500.
as much as you would in regular monopoly
Their job is to: Give the players $200 each time they pass go They deal out the money at the beginning of the game and they are in charge of the money the whole game.
No. A zero-sum game is a game in which players deal only with each other, and there is no way to gain "resources" outside of that. There are squares such as "Chance", "Community Chest", Go, (and in some house-rules games, Free Parking) which give the player money. Obviously, this money does not come from another player, and is instead "created" on demand. This is what makes Monopoly a non-zero-sum game.
Minimum-15000 Maximum-30000 it also depends on what version of monopoly u have
The monopoly board was sat on and unfortunately broke.
Yes, the opportunity shops usually get money from the give for each volunteer that are working for them.
give every one 10 SpongeBob $-dollars and 5 Patrick $-dollars