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This guy sounds legit.

 

We should try to drive down the apparent value of the site to help ensure his bid remains the winner. Anyone have any ideas?

 

Don't ban users like you until after it's sold!

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This guy sounds legit.

 

We should try to drive down the apparent value of the site to help ensure his bid remains the winner. Anyone have any ideas?

Someone else already bid it up to $5,100.

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It was Kerpen's troll account trying to drive up the price.

 

Fels, you must not be super intent on winning this auction if you made the minimum price your maximum bid.

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It was Kerpen's troll account trying to drive up the price.

Omg kerpen is a shiller imma report him to ebay

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Can the new owner please either:

1. Remove Hadoken's mod powers and ban him from cross-x.com

2. Make Hadoken supermod

 

I'm not sure which I want yet

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So many eBay amateurs... It's all about bid sniping at the last second

 

I do have over $9000 to work with

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So many eBay amateurs... It's all about bid sniping at the last second

 

I do have over $9000 to work with

 

Aha!

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So many eBay amateurs... It's all about bid sniping at the last second

 

I do have over $9000 to work with

 

Hehheh...I saw what you did there...

 

Hey everyone, just wanted to identify myself as the current bidder.

 

There should probably be concerns about the future of Cross-X.

 

Lies.

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Hey everyone, just wanted to identify myself as the current bidder.

 

There should probably be concerns about the future of Cross-X.

 

This is bullshit.

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Hey everyone, just wanted to identify myself as the current bidder.

 

There should probably be concerns about the future of Cross-X.

BULLSHIT, YOU DON'T HAVE THAT MANY FUCKING CASH TO SPARE!

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it's obvi that if i owned crossex it would be a p0rn site by now

 

Crawsex?

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At least he isn't the one debating for those evil debate killers! Fels and his army of K debaters are going to turn crossx into nothing but a flashing GIF of Georges Bataille.

naked flashing gifs mbhahahahahahahahaha~!!!!!!` ha ha ha haha ha ha ha

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Hi guys - just an update, I've reached out on behalf of InfinitePrep Inc. to Kerpen regarding cross-x.com's current situation and am considering my strategy going forward.

 

There will be exciting news ahead by the end of the week.

 

-Mike

CEO InfinitePrep Inc.

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So many eBay amateurs... It's all about bid sniping at the last second

 

I do have over $9000 to work with

 

No it's not, it's about making your maximum bid your willingness to pay for the item in question because this is a second-price auction, which means that maximizes consumer surplus. I have graphs to prove this and I am more than willing to use them.

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No it's not, it's about making your maximum bid your willingness to pay for the item in question because this is a second-price auction, which means that maximizes consumer surplus. I have graphs to prove this and I am more than willing to use them.

Experienced bidders of online auctions with fixed ending times often prefer entering bids late in the auction to avoid bidding wars (multiple rounds of bidders each increasing their maximum bid to temporarily regain "current highest bid" status) or bid chasing (where the presence of an existing bid encourages others to bid on the same item).

 

 

Economic analysis of sniping (Roth and Ockenfels, 2000[2]) suggests that it is a rational gain-maximizing (i.e., price-minimizing) strategy for bidders in auctions which fulfill two criteria: 1) the end time is rigidly fixed (such as those on eBay), and 2) it is possible to gain additional information about the "true" value of the item by inspecting previous bids. For example, a novice antiques buyer may prefer to bid in auctions which already have bids placed by more experienced antiques buyers, on the grounds that the items which the experienced buyers are interested in are more likely to be valuable. In this case, more informed buyers may delay bidding until the last minutes of the auction to avoid creating competition for their bids, leading to a lower winning bid.

My argument is supported by wikipedia and my personal experience

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My argument is supported by wikipedia and my personal experience

This probably has some merit. However, it's less true on ebay than on some other types of auctions, as ebay allows users to automate their bids to increase to a certain amount.

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i just upped the bid to 5400 cross-x will be mine mwahahahaha!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

jk

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