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9-18-2011 @ 4:00PM
The auction house itself would not be considered gambling. But *maybe* the auction house can make the game itself be - since you're paying money (game purchase and/or subscription fee) for a chance to get an in-game item worth real-world money. That's a pretty wide definition of gambling, but it's one that at least won't be laughed straight out of court. Whether it's enough to win a case, I don't know, but at least there IS a case.
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