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Rue de la Paix, Paris

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  • Located in the Saint Lazare station area, this street does not deserve its fame because in reality, there is nothing to see except a few jewelry stores for super-rich and some luxury shops. It is a gateway to Place Vendôme. The name, on the other hand, is strongly paradoxical when one takes into account the ostentatious wealth and elitism seeing symbolized by this street: as if wealth were a factor of peace, as if the wealth of some should lead naturally on the path of peace. Quite the opposite of the truth! This Parisian street of peace is a symbol of the worst in our society: inequality, injustice, the worship of money, luxury as the norm of super-qualitative, the hypocrisy displayed in the denial of these evidences, acceptance and trivialization totally uninhibited from these realities. A pretty indecent street. But there is the game and with the game, the perception that one can have of this street is likely to change. Because if you have this card in your game, if you manage to buy it, build a group of 2 or 3, not only will you pocket very large rents but you may be able to put your opponents quickly bankrupt. And don't forget that there is a walking card "Meet the Street of Peace". If the group is built, this map can hurt a lot. Personally, even at Monopoly, I'm not a fan of this street. I'm reluctant to buy it and I don't want to build it. But I am sometimes forced to buy it to avoid someone else having it at a low price or can build it later. It all depends on the circumstances of the game. Strategy strategy ... I prefer the popular streets Belleville, Lecourbe, Ménilmontant or the Convention, Vaugirard, Courcelles and Republic: cheap to buy, easy to build and as long as they are in your game at the beginning of the game, go Franco: concrete in large numbers. Put on skyscrapers without a state of mind. Make yourself a shameless district of defense. A small group of four pays off. Become a real shark, more shark than real-life sharks. Be frantic with money. The more you have, the more you want. If a competitor stops on one of your skyscraper boxes, you can't help but gloat, burst out laughing, spread your satisfaction, rub your hands at the sight of these bargains and the virtuous circle of money that snaps. And I assure you, when it is said that money calls money, it is true! Monopoly's word! When the game is in your hand, all cards are favorable. Cards that are supposed to blur the course of the game will also pay off. Life insurance here, an expert commission there, a birthday that we should wish you ... Other players display a patibular mine. You can't hear them anymore. They want to slap you. You claim your rent set with strength and determination by putting pressure on the other players. And that there is not a penny missing because you do not trust and you go so far as to count each cut of 1. You are not even an orderly player: by negligence and by ruthlessness, you pile up your bundles. If a player pays you, you take the wad of cash you throw on your heap. You love this game and this game makes you feel good: you win a lot. You know your opponents by heart: this player milk soup, excellent in mental calculation and mastery of the rules of the game but too slow for your taste (he infuriates you), too distracted and small player (he bids 5 while you bid 100). You often push him to his limits before the rope breaks because if it breaks, this player will leave the game in large bursts of voice. To bring it back to the table of I...
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  • This street which goes from Place Vendome up until the Opera is filled with luxury brands boutiques and Jewelry houses. It is indeed the place for the very elite to come and shop here.  more »
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