Trading can be a fun part of any Yugioh event. People come to events seeking to plus or to simply partake in the sport. Trading in general has many untold rules to it and today we start our adventure!
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I will admit I have juiced people before and I still do sometimes but most of the time and really don't care about trading for like ALL of the value but there are a few people that when I trade with them I always look up prices and make sure everything is to the dollar because I know if I didn't they would try to like hardcore rip me off. Everyone knows those people who do that. But mostly I just trade to get shit I need/want. Also I really liked this video, has a good message and you obviously know what you're talking about so it makes it that much better to actually pay attention to what you're saying and actually learn a thing or 2
Okay chief, I'm pissed. I went to the Columbus regional expecting to have fun and tons of drama had went down, staff sucked and forced over 100 people to get round 1 loses, and who wasn't there to confirm and make a video on it? you! I'm expecting a recap on this terrible regional.
as for the homie discount you can simply split the difference. Give them a small one but not a big one. Also as far as ethics most of it is just ideal. The person should educate themselves before trying to trade for anything because sadly most of the people out there will try to take advantage.
Common scenario before i quit. There is always this kid who blows a lot of money on buying packs, he is lucky as fuck and he pulls a lot of good cards. Me, not so lucky, im trying to trade with a kid for a card i need which is valuable but a lot of my cards combined make up for its value. So the kid im trading with starts picking cards from my binder and he is ok with the trade and then this asshole comes with a lot better cards, he cockblocks the trade and starts saying to the little kid that i tried to rip him off.
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