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    Does anyone trade cards at the Nationals?

    I was just wondering. I'm going to my first this year, and I just want to know if that goes on.

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    I'm sure it does, but you need to be very careful, because its so crowded that someone could steal your stuff and you wont even realize it, i would bring my stuff, but i fear my stuff gets stolen because the amount of people there...
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    If you mean dealer to customer, sure. If you mean visitor to visitor, I would imagine at some shows the dealers who paid for tables would not take kindly to the trading of cards in front of their tables taking potential sales away. Kind of a grey area but I would think the National is so large that any one on one trading gets lost in the shuffle.

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    Out of the 4 Nationals I've been to, I think I've only traded twice (both very small trades). With the economy the way it is and the high costs of tables at the National, I would assume most dealers would much rather sell things and those who do trade would probably want trades in their favor. That being said, I'm sure there are some dealers willing to make fair trades.

    A couple places I've noticed visitor to visitor trading have been the VIP "break room" and the dining tables.

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