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I got ripped off by this person at my school for pokemon cards.. I traded a legendary for a normal -.- the person traded me a poeygon-Z for my old and rare card. I didn't know my card was rare though..
I'm new at yugioh and got a booster box (DOL2) and pulled a mirror force dragon and toon kingdom, I needed a raigeki, I traded them for the raigeki and went home looked up the prices and discoverd that I lost over 30$
Since I am kinda starting out playing yu gi oh (played for last 4 months) I don't have many cards in my binder, most are holo but from sets like world superstars, is it worth taking to locals? Or should I buy more packs?
+Mars Gaming depending on what holos, most people will eat them up very quick, you should maybe buy some more packs from something like secret forces because there are good nekroz cards people like in that set.
Doesnt really work for all card games like that. For example, MTG, i'm not going to trade a sensei's divining top(worth $20) for 4 $5 cards that wont hold value when the top will. Or i'm not going to trade a Force of will(worth $75) for 10 $10 cards, not really worth it in the long run. haha
This only works if you invest a lot of time into the game and lets say you get on Dn and you see a card price has changed so you go to tcgplayer.com or ebay and check a few cards... Also some youtubers like Mkhol40 and TheYugiohCouncel do market watches so they will help you..
Here i'll try to help. Geargia Gears are nice they go for about 4 but you can easily get like 5 for em or maybe even 6.. Just look up what decks are topping and you'll very easily be able to make a binder..
If they know the value of their cards and they dont care if a card is a dollar or 2 more money for cards that you have in there for trade fodder and have no the intent of using them for a card that you need or they need then most people not all though but most are okay with that and you plus and they plus for there deck
+SpartanNinjaViking Exactly! I do that kind of trades all the time. Like say I have some card that I'll never use but its worth a little more then say a Inzektor Hornet I need to have my deck done I'll do the trade in a heartbeat, Same goes to others and thats how I was able to trade up my binder, just up trade like a $1 or $2, and if all your doing is trading the whole tournament it goes pretty fast.
Assuming both parties know the value of the cards (which is what he is referring to), and they agree to trade $10 worth of cards for lets say $8 then no one is being ripped off. Many people don't mind giving up an extra dollar or two in order to get what they really need.
That is one big problem for more people because its easy for someone to get ripped off. Myself I always have the other send first and I have never had a problem with anyone with that because I have been in this game since the beginning of the game. Plus I'm one of the biggest traders on Pojo with 100% feedback. So its really up to you, I would only trade with big trusted names in the game or friends if it has to be over the mail.
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