Tucson Pre-RinCon Game Day No-Ship Math Trade
- Michael Tunison(MikeTuna)United States
ArizonaGet your finger out of my face!
Discussion: Tucson Pre-RinCon Game Day No-Ship Math Trade (Discussion)
All trades are intended to be made in-person at the March 30th RinCon fundraising game day being held at the Holiday Inn Tucson Airport at 1pm (the game day is scheduled from 10am to 5pm). Additional details for the event are available here: http://rincongames.com/index.php/fundraising. With that in mind, it is assumed that there will be NO SHIPPING COSTS associated with any item in this trade. If you would like to participate in this trade and do not plan to attend the event, you will at least need to plan to go to the location at the designated time (1pm) to fulfill your trade obligation. If you make other arrangements with your trade partner to meet outside of the event (or at another time during the event) after the results are posted, that's your business, but please do not assume others will make arrangements to meet you elsewhere if you know you cannot attend the event.
Other useful information:
OLWLG Help: http://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/OLWLG
Software Used: TradeMaximizer 1.4 with duplicate protection. SEED=1234567, ITERATIONS=100, METRIC=USERS-TRADING
Deadline-Offers: Monday, March 11th, 2013, 9:00 PM PST
Deadline-Wants: Wednesday, March 20th, 2013, 9:00 PM PST
Use of the On-Line Want List Generator (OLWLG) is required for this event (please remember to tip JeffyJeff some GG for his support).
Key dates (all times are AZ TIME, which will be the same as PST as of March 10th):
Open for posting games: Now until Monday, March 11th (9pm)
Want list submission period: Monday, March 11th (9pm) until Wednesday, March 20th (9pm)
Results posted as soon as possible (within an hour, hopefully) after the Want List deadline.
Please do not delete items or sweeteners once you have listed them. You can always submit a blank want list for an entry if you've traded it away before the deadline.
OK - some simple rules - please take a few minutes to read them:
New traders should read all of the following rules. If you're experienced, you could probably get away with just reading the allowed items part, as I'm not breaking much new ground here, but note that you'll be expected to abide by the rules, so it's probably a good idea to read through anyway. (I've tried to put the variable stuff in red, if you're really averse to reading.)
-Anything from BGG, RPGG or VGG
-Gift Certificates valued $10 or more (lower denominations can be listed as sweeteners). Unless specifically stated otherwise, GCs for "online game stores" will be interpreted as any retailer that stocks any kind of game, including Amazon, Steam, Target, etc.
-As this is a local trade, feel free to include Gift Certificates to local retailers, such as Game Daze, Hat's Games, Amazing Discoveries, etc. Bookman's credit slips are also allowed.
-GeekGold with a minimum of 200 per entry (lower denominations can be listed as sweeteners).
To list an item, add an item to the trade GeekList. Each listing must contain at minimum the edition (i.e., publisher and version, if more than one), language and condition of all items. "Edition pictured" is NOT an acceptable description, as it is unclear in the OLWLG (and it's faster to type most publishers than it is to type "edition pictured" anyway). You are encouraged to use the BGG Marketplace condition scale and to detail any blemishes for anything worse than "like new". If it is a PnP game, please include details about materials used.
If you'd like to add anything that does not have an XGG entry or otherwise use an alternate name, use a board game entry and select Outside the Scope of BGG (id=23953). In the description for your item, include a title, formatted like this: +altname+Pick 2 of 5 Games!-altname- You MUST use this if your main item is a portion of an item with its own listing; for example, if you've got just the Scout part of Carcassonne: King & Scout as the Geeklist item, list it under Outside the Scope, not the K&S entry. (Please read this last part in the spirit of the rule; I hope it's clear that I'm not talking about CCGs or 3M games that are missing a single piece.)
To add sweeteners to an item, use the Insert Geek Link dropdown. Do NOT add links to any items unless you're including them as a sweetener.
For any item that is not new in shrink, you must inventory it, and you will be responsible for any missing pieces not clearly identified in the item description.
You may not edit an item in any way that would be construed as a downgrade (worse condition, removing a sweetener, etc.) EXCEPT to add a shipping policy if one was originally omitted. Should you need to downgrade a listing, re-list the item, then change the old listing to an Outside the Scope entry that references the new item number. DO NOT SIMPLY DELETE THE OLD LISTING; some people make notes about the GeekList and get confused when items are deleted.
You are required to subscribe to each of your items in the trade in case anyone has any questions about them.
Gift Certificate and Geek Gold arbitrage is not allowed. Arbitrage is defined as trading a GC or GG for a larger GC or more GG. GC for GG trades are allowed, and vice versa. You are also allowed to trade GCs for other GCs of equal or lesser value.
I reserve the right to remove any entries at my discretion. This will likely only happen if a bad trader is reported, and even then, I will work with the parties involved on a case-by-case basis and may still allow them to participate if I'm satisfied that reparations have been made and that the previous incident is not likely to repeat itself.
Only mistakes made by me in my capacity as moderator will invalidate the results. If anyone (myself included) checks the wrong box in Step 4, that's very unfortunate, but the trade must go on.
Use of the OLWLG is required. If you want to give anyone GeekGold, please tipJeff MichaudUnited States
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Questions? See the discussion thread. Have fun, happy trading, and see you in March!
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