UT Duplicate Card Hack?
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While searching the Auctions last night for a player card (Andrey Arshavin of Arsenal), I noticed that there were over 300 cards (all gold rares) for this certain player. I then noticed that there were huge blocks of cards that were all being sold by the same seller.
One seller in particular had over 50 of the Andrey Arshavin cards all being sold within the same timeframe.
Is this card that common (for a gold rare), or is there some kind of dupe glitch being used either via the web or console?
Probably a guy who bought lots of Arshavins for cheap and selling for a bit more.
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Could be a hoarder like mentioned above or a Founder.. Founders work for EA and release these cards into the market at usually overpriced values.
But I have seen fishy things over the years.. Just recently I saw a card with a bid of 352 on it.. And on a number of occasions Ive seen auctions end suddenly before time expires for cards that were valued high but selling way under market. So I assume people behind the scenes, probably founders, are up to no good on occasion..
founders dont work for EA....
lulz, founder only means they created their club when UT first came out in 09.
bogart, dont go talking about stuff you dont understand
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There is currently a glitch that lets you open unlimited free gold packs. EA is in the process of banning people for it. It's ruining the market. So much supply and just average demand. Players prices are plummeting.
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The mass amount of card people can have in their trade pile is 30. If its above it then there is some hack going on. Other wise there is glitch out there that lets player open 5000 packs for free.
They buy a **** load of the same player and put them all up on auction to either inflate the price or make it seem like there actually is a duplication hack.
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