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From: MC23 <mc23@**********.COM>
Subject: Re: Swap Ratios
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 1997 09:59:59 -0400
Steven A. Tinner once dared to write,

>It's been my experience that it's almost always better to wait for a price
>guide in Scrye or Inquest, or what have you.
>That way you have a fairly impartial guide to base value on.

Impartial? Anyway, you start to get a better of what cards are good
to play with that way since you can find out which cards are in higher

>However, If there's a card I particularly like, or enjoy then I trade for it
>on it's personal merits, rather than any pricing/value scheme.

Supply and demand, supply and demand. And it all can shift fast.


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