No one can control the market. it's not how that works. the best you can try and do is look and see when a certain card has severl copies for values like 650 700 799 850. buy the first three and then reprice htem at 849 each. it doesn't happen real often. and beyond this there is no way to control the market.
I'll give u an example:
yesterday: there were over 1000 bennie on the market, the strting price was 110
Common Card15/260 offers at this time [+]
1. Buy 5 3 (max) - 173 Clintz sold by BorisPopovitch, 73h, 0min left.
2. Buy 5 3 (max) - 175 Clintz sold by MatthewGB, 72h, 48min left.
3. Buy 5 3 (max) - 175 Clintz sold by nico_charles, 73h, 1min left.
4. Buy 5 3 (max) - 199 Clintz sold by ajmal cr, 72h, 54min left.
5. Buy 5 3 (max) - 199 Clintz sold by ajmal cr, 72h, 53min left.
see the difference: over 800 bought within few hours
Step 1: sneak up behind the market and subdue it with chloroform.
step 2: after it is unconscious, attach 300 lb test wire to the hands, feet, torso, head, knees and elbows.
step 3: ????
step 4: profit!
step 5: make her open the box...
Start off with cheap crs, like chikko cr. Look at Rass, same stats, no ability like chikko, but you know why he's worth so much? He's much older so obviously less ppl have been playing back then. There really aren't that many copies of him. Even if chikko never gets up that high, he'll be going up, believe that
The Market (Theus Crazius Marketos) is a hoofed (ungulate) mammal, a subspecies of one of seven extant species of the family Marketdae. The Market has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-auctioned program into the large, single-card mass auction of today. Humans began to domesticate Markets around 4000 BC, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC; by 2000 BC the use of domesticated Markets had spread throughout the Eurasian continent. Although most Markets today are domesticated, there are still endangered populations of the Przewalski's Market the only remaining true wild Market, as well as more common feral Markets which live in the wild but are descended from domesticated ancestors.
Market breaking, sometimes called starting or gentling, refers to the process used by humans to get Markets to let themselves be ridden or harnessed. Before such a learning process is accomplished, a Market will normally reject attempts to ride it. Once a Market has accepted basic handling by humans, additional forms of Auction training can be used to teach the Market any number of specialized skills.
It goes on to say something about saddles, a firm grip, steady tone and one hell of a set of spurs, but that also was found under the sub section Friday Night. I am exhausted from research, hoped it helped.