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New Monopoly game celebrates life of St Leonards genius
10:58am Sunday 9th September 2012 in News
A new version of Monopoly has been created to mark the centenary of the birth of a mathematical genius.
The Alan Turing Monopoly board celebrates the life and achievements of the celebrated Second World War codebreaker who grew up in St Leonards.
The £29.99 games features Bletchley Park as one of the board’s properties, Turing’s face appears on the banknotes and Chance and Community Chest cards tell his life story.
Profits from the game, which is based on a board designed in 1950 by the son of Turing’s mentor max Newman, will go to the Beltchley Park Trust.
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