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Posted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 9:22 pm
Here is the relevant part of the bid history.
Bidder Bid Amount Bid Time
------ ---------- --------
t***e US $59.00 Dec-25-09 14:06:12 PST
n***a US $58.55 Dec-25-09 14:06:23 PST
i***o US $56.00 Dec-25-09 07:18:57 PST
r***a US $55.99 Dec-25-09 14:05:58 PST
r***a US $52.99 Dec-25-09 14:05:43 PST
i***o US $51.00 Dec-24-09 23:32:57 PST
s***g US $50.00 Dec-25-09 14:00:08 PST
e***d US $45.00 Dec-24-09 11:39:53 PST
i***o US $41.00 Dec-24-09 22:13:46 PST
Notice that the winning bid was placed
(14:06:12) than the 2nd-highest bid (14:06:23). Before
was winning with the showing bid at $57.00. When
's bid of $59.00 became the winning bid: we know it is the exact bid since it is less than an increment ($1.00) more than $58.55.
There is no limit to the number of bids eBay will accept, and valid bids are accepted right up until the auction ends (including the last second).
Posted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 8:46 pm
Post subject: Bids in the last few seconds
The winning bid not a increment more than 58.55. Ebay takes all the bids in the last N seconds and picks the highest. I thought N will be about 10. But looking at this case it seems like atleast 15.
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