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Clay Hagblom
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I would like to facilitate one of these, how do you go about doing it? What is the algorithm you plug in? I am not clear on all of this but I would love to learn. Does someone have a spreadsheet or something that evaluates the best trades?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
 
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E.R. Burgess
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You can get a lot of good information in informative postings by Lindsey on the subject - the most useful being...

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/756051#756051

I also did a podcast on the subject, although that's more anecdotal about running one.

www.boardgamebabylon.com (Volume 3 is about No Risk Math Trades)
 
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B. Perry
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I would suggest participating in a math trade (if you haven't done so already) before trying to moderate one yourself. There are many things to be learned by participating that aren't so obvious when you're just reading posting from the sideline.
 
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