The sixth US MONOPOLY Championship was held in November 1982 at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Jerome Dausman won the tournament over a field of 50 state champions plus DC, 4 regional champions and the defending champion, Dana Terman. His prize was a silver medal and a trip to the 1983 World Championship. Two preliminary rounds were held to determine the four finalists who would compete against Terman.
From an account by CA rep Michael Hudson: "Terman, who survived a 30-minute span when he was the only player without a monopoly, and Dausman, who hung in with just the oft-derided Mediterranean-Baltic combination and not much else. Dausman, an accounting firm executive, finally broke Terman at about the 2 hour mark."
Participating Players (Non-State Champs) Edit
|Defending Champion (1979)||Dana Terman - US Champion (1977, 1979) - 2nd Place|
|US Midwest Region|
|US South Region|
|US East Region|
|US West Region|
State Champions as determined in 1982Edit
|Alaska||Steve Thomas, age 26 - Final Table|
|California||Michael Hudson, 11th Place|
|Florida||Bonnie Cavanaugh, age 17, from Bushnell - Final Table|
|New York||Angelo Repole, age 13|
|Rhode Island||Claudia Cartagena, age 10|
Darin had the highest score going into the finals.
|Washington, D.C.||Jerome Dausman, age 29 - US Champion|
If you know the missing players, please add them in with a reference.