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Learn how to trade Pokemon cards from the Pokemon Trading Card Game pros at Comic Cafe in this Howcast video.
Hi, I'm Joe D'Andrea, a Pokemon professor at Comic Cafe in Warren New Jersey, and we're here to show you how to play the Pokemon trading card game.
So more often than not, if you're trading Pokemon cards — after all it's a trading card game — you're going to trade cards for cards. Now you don't have to trade the same card for the same card, of course, because that's rather silly. Instead you want to trade cards of similar value, and again this is a value you both agree to before the trade takes place. When you're looking at cards to trade, look for signs of mintness, how new is the card? Of course, if it's just come out of the pack, and you saw them take it out, then you know it's brand new. Things to look for, though, would be like frayed edges that might tell that your card has been played a lot. If the edges are white, they may have been taped on the table a bit. If it's a bit flimsy or if it's even bent, all of these things lower the value of the card. If you're trading in a league, you should check with your league leader first to make sure it's a good trade, and second to have them look at the trade to see if it's a fair one. Do not be pressured into making a trade you do not want to make, and always be polite and respectful with your fellow trader. Giving up your cards is never a consequence of winning or losing at a Pokemon trading card game, be it league or tournament.
I traded a seedot for 7 ultra rares. So, this girl really liked seedot because she said the pokemon was so cute, and she had the most ultra rares so i traded the seedot for 5 secret rare megas and 2 Gx cards. She even said that if i trade her a Pichu she might give me her pokemon binder full with ultra rares, and her brother's full art trainers and Gx cards. What luck!
By the way the Gx cards were Tapu koko and Kommo-o Gx
Secret rare Megas
Mega Manetric Ex secret rare
Mega Sceptile Ex secret rare
Mega Lucario Ex secret rare Gyarados Ex secret rare full art
Mega Beedrill Ex secret rare
Primal Kyogre Ex
Also make sure they're not fake cards. If not sure then look at the yellow edges and if they are symmetrical, look at the back make sure the blue isn't lighter or a darker shade of blue then the original cards. And if it's not even a real Pokémon that should be obvious lol
How to trade the TCG known as Pokémon like a PLAYA!!! Or a PIMP!!!
STEP 1. Go to your friend or random hobo on the street (your choice) and ask to see their cards then...
STEP 2. Ask them if they want to trade...
STEP 3. Pick the card you like...
STEP 4. See if they like any of your cards...
STEP 5. Confront them and say ooh you like that card...
STEP 6. AGREE ON A TRADE( or just shank him 74 times in the chest) (Again your choice)
STEP 7. ( Make the trade where both leaving with a new card(s)...
STEP 8. Subcribe to this Youtube account or all your Pokémon are gonna be replaced of a picture of your bootyhole (UNWIPED) And BAD LUCK FOR EVER... DUN DUN DUN
And this took me forever...
Mention counterfeits. Mention then so people don't get scammed into counterfeits. Mention sets and rarity. Mention how common cards from old limited edition sets might scale up to somewhat rare cards from current sets.
How to get THE BEST CARDS THAT COST 6000 DOLLORS THAT CAN DESTROY ALL POKEMON in under 10 seconds
Step 1: give both of you and the person that your trading with a soda
Step 2: put sleeping pills in one of the sodas make sure you dont mix up which is yours and theres
Step 3: wait stall but dont let the person leave and wait until the person takes a drink
Step 4: DRINK
Step 5: wait until the person collapses on the floor or falls asleep on the chair
Step 6: fake that you dont know what happened to the person
Step 7: take all you want from the persons deck while people are distracted from trying to help the person
Step 8: walk out
Well, there's more to it, and this is also for anyone new to any TCG (pokemon specifically has children, which means they definitely won't know). You didn't watch the video and/or you don't know the basic etiquette of trading, if someone is offering a 2 dollar card for your 100 dollar card, it is not a fair trade regardless of the situation, and the smart thing to do is to NOT trade.
How To Steal:
1. See a person with Megas/Ultras
2. WHACK EM' OUT OF THEIR HAND
3. Run awaaaaaaaay!!!
4. You noticed they were fake
6. I skipped the fifth part
7. GO STEAL MORE
100. I'm too lazy to explain so idc at all
HEY EVERYONE! GUESS WHAT!
I TRADED A MEGA SHINY GARDEVOIR FOR A NIDOKING HOLO, ZAPDOS HOLO, SNORLAX, AND MOLTRESS! ALL FIRST EDITON CARDS FOR A MEGA SHINY EX!
GET TRIGGERED THAT I TRADED A SHINY MEGA GARDEVOIR FOR 4 FIRST EDITIONS!!!!
I bet some of these kids in the comments section don’t even know how to properly take care of a card, much less know how to even play the game. Here’s a heads up, if you have or “stole” an ultra rare card it’s most likely in shit condition. Bent, scratches on the back, chips on the side. Yeah you may have an ultra rare, but if it’s in shit condition a smart person wouldn’t even trade you for it or even try to buy it off you. If you’re smart once you get an ultra rare card from a booster pack (instead of stealing one that’s most likely in shit condition) you’d double sleeve it to prevent scratching and chips. Also if you’re looking on how to actually play the game just try going to your local Pokémon league, I’d also suggest trying to play the Pokémon online trading card game. Those code cards from booster packs aren’t just for show. Another tip, try looking at some Pokémon decks being played in tournaments (just YouTube search it). And yeah your friend maybe offering you an ultra rare or someone you know has one, but if nobody is using it in any deck in the trading card game it’s a shit ultra rare. But even shitty ultra rares are worth 5 dollars. Most popular ultra rare in the tcg right now in my opinion is Tapu Lele GX. If you happen to have a hyper rare Tapu Lele GX you’re looking at 100 dollars worth of value. That card is worth a lot of money.
in my school this kid had a mega pidgeot ex full art and a stack of like 40 cards so he gave me like 7 cards when he wasnt looking i took the mega pidgeot ex fa gyrados holo and mewtwo holo but i traded mega pidgeot ex fa for dialga ex cuz pigeot was all bent and ripped a lil so then i traded the holos for like 30 cards each to some dumb kids
So this one guy had a (REAL) base set holo charizard from 1995 and he was a noob at pokemon and somehow got that card. So I told him that it was fake and only worth like three bucks and i gave him a non holo zapdos for it and he was happy not
Knowing he had been ripped off, and now I have that card in my collection 😁👍
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