From the beginning, tune in for the win. Act decisively, do not plunge into a long reflection. Simultaneously, try to calculate the scenarios several steps ahead.
Not enough to know the rules. It is important to understand how they affect the game. For example, the statement of purpose (to become the wealthiest player by buying, renting and selling real estate) involves the active interaction of players and the possibility for transactions between them. So don't be afraid to join in mutually beneficial alliances.
Do not rely entirely on chance (roll of dice) to build a strategy. So it will be easier to assess the situation on the playing field, to feel confidence in their actions and bolder to take risks.
During the game, it is important not only to follow the opportunity to build a monopoly, but to prevent the creation of those other players due to your refusal to purchase real estate during your turn. Otherwise, you will increase the chances of getting on the field of someone else's possessions. This principle is particularly relevant in the late game when there is a deficiency of buildings. Sometimes it is necessary to buy the property, even if it will not help you to create a monopoly.
Don't forget to pledge your existing property to the Bank, especially when you can make a good deal. First, give the areas that are difficult or impossible to gather in a monopoly, and build up the primary ones that will give the greatest profit. Also remember that players have the right to buy Bank foreclosures of their rivals.
Follow all movement on the playing field. When you hit other people's chips on the areas with your property, do not forget to demand the rent. Pay attention to what monies and property available to other players. This will help to predict their possible actions.
Making a deal (including during the auction), to compare the value of the acquisition for a specific point in the game with its price. The inflated cost can be advantageous from the point of view of future profits or strategic perspective.