The 20 Highest Selling Board Games of All Time (2023)

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Work without play will make Jack a dull boy. For this reason, we are always encouraged to take some time off our busy schedules and engage in fun activities. While others will hit the gym or go to the park to play with their dogs, others prefer something that still engages their brain.

Board games have, for a long time, been preferred for spending quality family time without necessarily digging into your pockets. With so many games to choose from, the sales also differ depending on the preference of players. The worldwide board game market is predicted to go over $12 billion by 2023. Here is the list of the 20 highest selling board games of all time:

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20. Connect four – 4 Million Copies

It is a game involving connections that is and also requires two players. The game begins by having the player choose a color and then drop a colored disc from the top into a suspended grid. The grid is made up of seven columns and six rows. The disc falls and occupies the available space in the column.

Each player will struggle to form four-disc that will make a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line. The moves that a player makes will determine their victory in the game. Milton Bradley first sold it in 1994, and by 2018, only 4 million copies had been sold globally with most sales being in Finland, the game’s origin.

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19. Cranium – $77 Million

Richard Tait and Whit Alexander created Cranium in 1988. It is a party game that involves different types of skills. Richard came up with the game since he was fond of playing games during the weekends with friends and saw the need to have a complex game that in cooperates a wide array of skills.

He quit his career at Microsoft to concentrate on the game with his friend Alexander. The game indeed consumes the whole brain, unlike the other board games that require just a single skill but is full of fun. The game is packaged and branded by Giorgio Davanzo. In 2001 it sold more than a million units leading to it becoming the fastest-selling in the United States. By 2008, the sales were $77 million.

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18. Blokus – 3 million copies

Blokus is a board game published by Sekkoia and hit the market in 2000. By 2008, it was already being termed as the century’s most awarded board game selling over a million copies each year. By the end of 2007 it had sold at least 3 million copies according to Games Industry meaning that by now, more millions have been sold.

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17. Mancala – 18 million copies

It is one of the ancient games that is played up to date. It started as a game that played with the use of stones or seeds arranged in holes. The objective of the game is to capture the opponent’s stones or seeds. It was later modified to a board game and is widely played today.

The versions of the game existed in the 7th century in Egypt. It then spread to other parts of the world as the people were migrating and in the US, it was the 4th largest board game brand in 2013. Over 18 million copies have been sold worldwide, translating to over $80 million.

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16. Stratego – 20 million copies

Stratego is a game played by two players on a board that is made up of ten by ten squares. Each player has 40 pieces that represent officers in an army. The player will control the pieces to capture those of the opponent such that they cannot make a further move.

The game has some simple rules for children and a bit complex ones for adults. There have been modifications on the game to allow the use of few pieces with some versions making use of 10 pieces. With its insight to battlefield strategy, the game has become popular accumulating to more than 20 million copies of sales worldwide.

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15. Catan – 22 million copies

This game has been described as the most successful board game of all time by Let’s Prowess. So popular is it that at one time Walmart had sold out and the first 5,000 units also sold it so fast that the inventor Klaus Teuber did not get a copy for himself. By 2015, over 22 million copies of the game had been sold worldwide, having reached 15 million copies in 2009.

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14. Risk – 25 million copies

Albert Lamorisse, who is a movie director, invented the game in 1957. It is the foundation of computer games such as Age of Kings and Age of empires. The game makes use of dice rolls to occupy 42 territories in the six continents. Each player must have a strategy and negotiation skills to win the game.

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The player who holds as many territories as possible becomes the winner. It is a game that looks much like a political struggle, and in its first year it sold more than 100,000 copies, and according to Games Journal, it has sold millions of copies for the past decades and continues to be a success.

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13. Pictionary – $38 Million

Robert Angel invented this game in 1985, and Gary Everson assisted him in the design of the game. It is a game that involves playing around with words. The player will guess the words drawn by the teammate. The players should be able to draw and recognize the patterns of the words. To perform in this game, one must have a rich vocabulary, and it also extends an opportunity to expand one’s vocabulary.

Western Publishing first published it before Hasbro bought it in 1994. It has been so successful going from being a board game to a TV game show. By 1988, it has sold over 3 million copies, and in 2001, when Mattel bought it, the sales had gone up to 38 million according to Seattle Times. Although no exact figure is given, its inventor Rob Angel suspects that tens of millions more have been sold since.

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12. Othello – 40 million unites

Othello is a board game that needs one to be very keen and observant when playing it. It has been in existence since 1883. In the game, the player tries to turn pieces of the opponent to their color, and it has got the name Reversi. The players are assigned pieces of different but unique colors, and they will be trying to get rid of the opponent’s colors.

The goal of the game is to have many pieces as your color when the last square is played. It is doing well in the market with 40 million units sold by 2016.

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11. Rummikub – Over $50 Million

While others referred to it as the chairman of the board, others were asking if you were playing it since the rest of the world was. Rummikub is among the most played and highest-selling board games of all time. There was a time it was sold door-to-door, yet by 2003, the sales were 30 million. By 2018, the units sold had increased to 50 million, and this figure is bound to hike over the next few years.

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10. The Game of Life – 50 million copies

Rob Daviau created the game, and Hasbro published it in 2002. The game revolves around what usually happens in our daily lives. The game starts with each player deciding whether to get a job first or go to college and get the job later. They then complete the goals by playing with the cards that they fill their hands.

They pay for the cost of their goals in terms of time or money. The money and time that a player will have to pay get assigned at specific points and the player that will have the most points at the end becomes the winner. Upon its release, this game sold 45,000 copies in the first year, and the number had risen to 50 million copies by 2015.

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9. Candy land – Over 50 Million Copies

Eleanor Abbo designed the game in 1948 when he was recovering from polio. Children who were in the hospital tested it, and due to the interest that they got in the game, they suggested that it gets published. Candy land is a game that does not require many skills.

Anyone can play the game provided that they know how to count. The simplicity of the game makes it suitable for young children. The players are not required to make any choices in the game but follow the directions of the cards. Shuffling of the cards determines the winner in the game. Since it hit the shelves in 1949, by 2009, over 40 million copies had been sold according to AJC and continues to sell at least a million copies yearly.

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8. Battleship – 100 million copies

It is a game played by two players and involves guessing. It played mainly by pencil and paper and started during World War I. Each player has their fleet of battleships in the form of drawings on the paper. The opponent will try to conceal where the battleships are located and destroy them.

The winner is the player who manages to destroy all the battleships of the opponent. From being a paper game in the 1930s, it was published as a board game by Bradley in 1967. Video games, apps and electronic versions of the game have developed, and sales as of now are over 100 million copies according to Battleship Wiki.

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7. Trivial pursuit – $2 billion

It was invented out of the game of scrabble by two journalists from Canada. The two journalists, Scott Abbott, and Chris Haney realized that some parts were missing when they wanted to play scrabble. They went ahead to create trivial pursuit with the help of Ed Werner by dividing the questions into different categories.

The game later gained popularity and sold over twenty million copies in 1984. There are several editions of the game. The rights to the game were bought for $80 million in 2008 by Hasbro and by 2010, over 100 million copies had been sold with sales estimated at $2 billion.

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6. Clue – 150 million units

The game needs excellent reasoning skills. Anthony Pratt invented it in 1949 and published by Waddington in Leeds. In this game, players move to different rooms in a board intending to find weapons used to kill Dr Black. The winner of the game is the one who locates the weapons first; hence, one needs to reason out and find the weapons. As per Mental Floss, the owner has sold around 150 million units of clue game.

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5. Scrabble – Over 150 million units

Scrabble has been in existence since 1938. Alfred Butts designed it and published by James Brunot. The game requires a deep understanding of vocabularies. The players place their pieces to form letters towards any direction, whether left, right, or downwards.

The players earn different points depending on the words formed. In 1954, it sold 3.8 million copies, and by 1998, 100 million copies had been sold worldwide. By 2017, more than 150 million units of scrabble had been sold.

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4. Monopoly – 275 million units

Parker brothers introduced this game in 1934 from The Landlord’s game that was created by Elizabeth Philips in 1903. It involves the practice of real estate since the player moves around trying to purchase property as much as possible. The player then collects rent from the opponent and the player who becomes bankrupt is out of the game.

That is why it has the name monopoly as it involves outshining all the players in the ownership of property. Upon its release, 35,000 copies were made every week, and by 2011, the sales had reached nearly 275 million units.

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3. Backgammon – Over 88 million copies

It is one of the ancient game that has existed since 3000 BC, according to Shahr-e Sukhteh’s excavations in Iran. It involves the use of several tactics as well as probability. A player can move his pieces over several spaces depending on the toss of a dice. The toss of the dice makes it utilize the probability function since it falls on any side.

The pieces move as the player counters the moves that the opponent makes. The sales of the game have risen over the years. By 1953, 1 million copies had been sold, and by the beginning of 2005, almost 88 million copies had been sold according to Encyclopedia.

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2. Checkers – 50 billion units

The game is also known as draught. It has existed since 3000 BC since a board of the game was found in Ur. It is a game for two players who move their pieces diagonally and capture the opponent by jumping over their pieces. Once a player jumps over a piece belonging to the opponent, the opponent’s piece is removed from the board.

The winner is the one who manages to remove all the pieces of the opponent. There have been several versions of the game with some people playing it on a ten by ten board while others use a 12 by 12 board. Currently, it is played worldwide due to the ease of designing the boards. According to Reddit, the sale of checkers sums up to 50 billion units.

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1. Chess – 3 million copies a year

The origin of the game cab is traced back to 1200. It is played with 16 pieces that are of six different types. Each piece has a unique way of moving in the board, and it involves capturing the opponent’s king. The queen and the other pieces mainly protect the king from being captured, and the player whose king is captured loses the game.

Cases of a draw in the game are common since sometimes no moves by either player can lead to the capture of the king. It is the highest-selling board game of all time, according to the Richest. In the US alone, around 3 million copies are sold every year, and by 2022, the chess market is estimated to be worth $40.5 million in North America alone.


What are the all time 20 most popular board games ever sold? ›

The list of the 20 best-selling board games of all time includes some new favorites and old classics.
  • Cranium. > Year introduced: 1998. ...
  • Blokus. > Year introduced: 2000. ...
  • Connect 4. > Year introduced: 1974. ...
  • Mancala. > Year introduced: 1400 B.C. ...
  • Stratego. > Year introduced: 1961. ...
  • Risk. > Year introduced: 1957. ...
  • Catan. ...
  • Pictionary.
Mar 20, 2023

What are the highest selling board games of all time? ›

The 20 Best-Selling Board Games of All Time
RankBoard GameUnits Sold
1Chess3 million+ sold yearly in the U.S., but the total number of units sold since its introduction is unknown
2CheckersAn estimated 50 billion+ units have been sold since its introduction thousands of years ago.
3Monopoly275 million+
4Scrabble150 million+
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What are the top 10 board games of all time? ›

Best board games
  • Pandemic. ...
  • Monopoly. ...
  • Twister. ...
  • UNO. ...
  • Apples to Apples. ...
  • Codenames. ...
  • Scrabble. Wordsmith or not, Scrabble is a game to appreciate because it makes a vocabulary lesson fun. ...
  • Pictionary. The beauty of this game is that the worse you are at drawing, the more fun it is.
Oct 11, 2021

What is the #1 board game in the world? ›

1. Chess. Chess requires two players and is purely a strategy board game played on a chessboard, a checkered tiled board with sixty-four squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. It is one of the world's most ancient and popular games, played by millions of people all across the globe.

What is the oldest popular board game? ›

The Royal Game of Ur is the oldest playable boardgame in the world, originating around 4,600 years ago in ancient Mesopotamia.

What are the top 10 games ever sold? ›

Top Ten Video Games Sold in History
1MinecraftMojang Studios
2GTA 5Rockstar
3Tetris (EA)EA Mobile
4Wii SportNintendo
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Mar 31, 2023

Who owns the most board games in the world? ›

With more than 1,700 board games in his collection, Jeff Bauspies is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest collection of its kind.
Meet Jeff Bauspies: Inside the collection
  1. The Game Room. ...
  2. 1941 Monopoly. ...
  3. 1941 Monopoly Pieces. ...
  4. Franklin Mint Monopoly. ...
  5. Franklin Mint Monopoly Pieces. ...
  6. Franklin Mint Monopoly Drawer.
Jun 28, 2020

What was the highest selling board game of the 90s? ›

Catan was unlike any other tabletop board game when it was released in the mid-90s and has since become a staple at parties and game nights worldwide. As of 2022, Catan has sold over 40 million units in 30 different languages, making it one of the best-selling board games of all time.

Is Monopoly the most sold board game? ›

Click here to see the best-selling board games in America

The oldest game on the list – Monopoly (1935) – is also the best-selling board game of all time, with over 275 million units bought since its inception.

What are the best most popular board games? ›

Following chess, checkers, backgammon, Monopoly, and Scrabble are among the top five most popular board games. Whether you like to play the best card games or prefer to think ten steps ahead in one of your favorite strategy board games, one of these classic board games will suit your taste.

What was the best board game of the last decade? ›

Games Lists best of the decade
  • Whistle Stop (2017) ...
  • Terraforming Mars (2016) ...
  • Patchwork (2014) ...
  • Kodama: The Tree Spirits (2016) ...
  • Charterstone (2017) ...
  • Imhotep (2016) ...
  • Everdell (2018) ...
  • Great Western Trail (2016)
Oct 30, 2019

What is the hardest board game in the world to play? ›

Chess. One of the most famously difficult games in the world to master is chess. There's much debate about how old chess is and where it came from, but one thing's for sure: The objective is to checkmate the opposition king, while keeping your own monarch safe.

What is the most strategic board game in the world? ›

Chess. Chess is one of the best strategy board games to play. The object of the game is to checkmate the other player, meaning their king piece cannot avoid being attacked. Each piece on the board can only move certain ways, so you have to think a couple of moves ahead in order to form the best winning strategy.

What is the golden age of board games? ›

Margaret Hofer described the period of the 1880s–1920s as "The Golden Age" of board gaming in America. Board game popularity was boosted, like that of many items, through mass production, which made them cheaper and more easily available.

What is the oldest American board game? ›

Lockwood publishes the first-known American board game titled The Travellers' Tour Through the United States. Based on a map of the early nation, the game teaches geography. William and Stephen B. Ives of Salem, Massachusetts, publish a near-exact copy of an earlier English game that teaches morality through play.

What is the best-selling game right now? ›

Top 10 Selling Video Games (Retail and Digital), Year-to-Date 2023
RankRank Last MonthTitle
11Hogwarts Legacy
22Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2022)
33Resident Evil 4 (2023)
4NEWStar Wars: Jedi: Survivor
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What is the most popular game 2023? ›

Top 10 Most Popular Online Games In 2023
RankGameActive Player
1PUBG100 Million+
2Minecraft95 Million+
3Apex Legends50 Million
4Fortnite Battle Royale45 Million
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May 18, 2023

What is the number one selling game system? ›

April 2023 update: PS5 continues to climb.

Sony's PlayStation 2 has long reigned as the best-selling video game console of all time.

What is the biggest board game store in the world? ›

The Sentry Box is a shop specializing in board games and related items, but it's certainly no ordinary store. “As far as I know, we are the world's largest game store,” Sentry Box owner Gordon Johansen said.

What is the most popular board game company? ›

Hasbro is a global play and entertainment company that has its corporate headquarters in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The majority of its products are manufactured in East Asia. Products released by Hasbro include MONOPOLY, MAGIC: THE GATHERING ,and the D&D series.

Who invented the most board games? ›

Milton Bradley, inventor of the Checkered Game of Life, ushered in a new age of parlor games. Born in Vienna, Maine, Bradley worked as a mechanical draftsman and patent agent, but became interested in lithography. He opened his own business the Milton Bradley Company in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860.

What was the best-selling game in 1979? ›

Space Invaders was the top-grossing video game worldwide in 1979, having become the arcade game industry's all-time best-seller by 1979.

What were the top selling games of 1980? ›

Best-selling home video games
1Space Invaders1,318,655
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Has anyone ever beaten Monopoly? ›

In fact, since the game's inception in 1936, nobody has actually finished a game.

What is the most picked Monopoly piece? ›

The research reveals that the most popular token is the car, chosen by 1 in 4 Monopoly players.

What Monopoly game is worth money? ›

Among those are the original 1935 Monopoly games that include either the year 1933 on the board or "patent pending" on the box. These can bring in anywhere from $300 to $900. The most expensive Monopoly set ever made was encrusted with rubies and sapphires.

What was Bill Gates favorite board games? ›

Playing games

Gates plays the card game Bridge and the board game Settlers of Catan. “My parents first taught me bridge, but I really started to enjoy it after playing with Warren Buffett,” Gates writes in Time of his billionaire bestie. “It takes a mix of strategy and teamwork to do well.

What is one of the oldest and most popular board games *? ›

Go. Go, known as Weiqi in its country of origin China, is one of the oldest board games in the world that is still largely popular today. Although the games exact origins are unknown, Go is believed to have originated in China sometime around 3,000 – 4,000 years ago.

What is the board game most or least? ›

Most Or Least is a relaxed style party game for 4-8 players ages 13 and up. In the game you and your friends go through a selection of interesting playful question which ask if you are most/least likely to do something or make a selection between three unpredictable & hilarious choices.

Which is the least popular game? ›

  • 3.1 Mortal Kombat: Special Forces (2000)
  • 3.2 The Simpsons Wrestling (2001)
  • 3.3 Mortal Kombat Advance (2001)
  • 3.4 Batman: Dark Tomorrow (2003)
  • 3.5 Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness (2003)
  • 3.6 Drake of the 99 Dragons (2003)
  • 3.7 Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing (2003)
  • 3.8 Lula 3D (2005)

What game has the most daily players? ›

1 Minecraft
  • Triple-A Games.
  • Apex Legends.
  • rainbow six siege.
  • Destiny 2.
  • World of Warcraft.
  • Fortnite.
  • Minecraft.
  • League of Legends.
Feb 6, 2023

What is the most pre ordered game of all time? ›

Destiny, a post-apocalyptic video game that comes out on Tuesday for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360, is the most pre-ordered video game in history.

What is the #1 game of the year? ›

2020 Game of the Year Winner: The Last of Us Part II

The other nominees were: Hades. Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

What is the board game of the century? ›

The Game of the Century is a chess game that was won by the 13-year-old future world champion Bobby Fischer against Donald Byrne in the Rosenwald Memorial Tournament at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City on October 17, 1956.

What is the top 1 hardest game? ›

Top 10 hardest video games & franchises in history: Where does Elden Ring rank?
  1. Contra. Konami Be prepared to die, die, and die again.
  2. Sekiro. ...
  3. Elden Ring, Dark Souls (1-3), Demon's Souls, Bloodborne. ...
  4. Super Meat Boy. ...
  5. Ghosts 'n Goblins. ...
  6. Cuphead. ...
  7. Sifu. ...
  8. Ninja Gaiden (Series) ...
Mar 22, 2023

What game is hardest to get 100? ›

15 Video Games That Are Too Hard To Reach 100%
  1. 1 Rock Band 2 Tests Human Endurance.
  2. 2 The Binding Of Isaac Doesn't Stop At 100% ...
  3. 3 The Stanley Parable Mocks Completionist Gamers. ...
  4. 4 Dead Rising Drains Your Health Non-Stop. ...
  5. 5 Cloudberry Kingdom's Levels Become Excessive. ...
  6. 6 Wolfenstein II Demands Perfection. ...
Jan 6, 2023

What is the oldest strategic game? ›

Go, also known as Wei Qi, is an abstract strategy board game for two players in which the aim is to surround more territory than the opponent. The game was invented in China more than 2,500 years ago and is believed to be the oldest board game continuously played to the present day.

What is the board game of taking over the world? ›

Risk is a strategy board game of diplomacy, conflict and conquest for two to six players. The standard version is played on a board depicting a political map of the world, divided into 42 territories, which are grouped into six continents.

What is the rarest board game in the world? ›


Charles Darrow is considered the inventor of Monopoly. In 1933, he made a prototype for his game out of oilcloth, upon which he hand-drew his images. There were more than 200 separate pieces, including the playing cards, character pieces, and rule sheet.

Which game is hardest to run? ›

  • The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
  • Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
  • Honkai: Star Rail.
  • Roblox.
  • Destiny 2.
Nov 2, 2022

Why is go harder than chess? ›

But go's complexity is bigger, much bigger. With its breadth of 250 possible moves each turn (go is played on a 19 by 19 board compared to the much smaller eight by eight chess field) and a typical game depth of 150 moves, there are about 250150, or 10360 possible moves.

What are the most popular classic board games? ›

The most popular board games of all time
  • Backgammon. > Year introduced: 3000 B.C. ...
  • Trivial Pursuit. > Year introduced: 1981. ...
  • Battleship. > Year introduced: 1931. ...
  • Clue. > Year introduced: 1949. ...
  • Scrabble. > Year introduced: 1938. ...
  • Monopoly. > Year introduced: 1935. ...
  • Checkers. > Year introduced: 3000 B.C. ...
  • Chess. > Year introduced: 1200.
Mar 20, 2023

What was Bill Gates favorite board game? ›

A game rapidly gaining popularity the US is one that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has been playing for over 50 years. He describes it as one of his favourite pastimes.

What was the most popular board game during the Great Depression? ›

So they stayed home and played Monopoly.” The game not only provided cheap entertainment, it also offered a psychological elixir, as Parker said, it gave people “a feeling of wealth.” “But what kept it going is the chance for individual gain.

What was JFK's favorite board game? ›

In its catalog, Avalon Hill advertised Diplomacy as the favorite game of John F. Kennedy. Gyles Brandreth, in the UK magazine Games & Puzzles claimed Diplomacy was Henry Kissinger's favorite game. American broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite is reported to have been a fan of the game.

What was the most popular board game in 1978? ›

1978: Simon

It was a huge hit right out of the gate and for the decade that followed.

Did Donald Trump make a board game? ›

Trump: The Game is a board game named after Donald Trump. Milton Bradley Company initially released the game in 1989, but it sold poorly, with only 800,000 copies sold out of an expected two million.

What was Bill Gates favorite food? ›

Bill Gates Loves Pizza, Tandoori Chicken, And Sushi: His 5 Favorite Foods | Markets Insider.

Was Bill Gates good at chess? ›

Bill Gates may not be a very well-known chess player. Still, with a rating of 1578 and a peak rating of 1690, we can safely assume that the strategic thinking that he displayed during the awfully short but interesting game against Carlsen was honed over the years he spent in the corporate world.


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