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Old 06-08-2012, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default Leaf Poker Case #156/250

I feel like I've opened 156 cases, but it's closer to 50

Spades Erick Lindgren #1/5 - Ebay 1/1!

Hearts /20 - Margolis, Brown, Traniello,

Diamonds - Jetten, SF, Le, Wasicka, Buss, Pham, J mercier, Vanessa Rousso #01/50 -now a member of my 01 PC

Clubs - Duke, Negreanu and Scott Montgomery #225/225 also a member of my last card PC

(2) Chris Moneymaker Printing Plates - 1/1

Final Table Harman

Nicknames - Men Master #03/25 and Antonio Esfandiari RED #4/5

Pocket Pairs - Hachem and Scotty Baby Nguyen #02/10

Stacked Deck - Lots of facials, signed on the face card face as opposed to the border

Spades - Ace Harman (PC), King Rousso, 8 Jetten (PC)

Heart King - Scotty Baby (facial)9 Bellande, 9 Lacey Jones

Clubs - King Gordon (facial), Queen Seed (facial) 3 Traniello

Diamonds 7 Isabelle Mercier

This would have been a below avergae case, nothing too exciting except for.....


Ace of Clubs Greg Raymer #4/4 - Great inscription, autograph and "Fossil Man" Nickname - Thank you Mr. Raymer!
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:41 PM   #2
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That was a solid case thanks in large part to the Raymer. I am shocked that you haven't pulled one of the tourney redemptions in all the cases that you have cracked open.
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Old 06-08-2012, 07:20 PM   #3
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just wondering, since you've busted so much of this stuff. do you pc all of it or sell it? and if selling, are you able to get your money back cause if so, i'd try my hand at a case for flipping.
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Old 06-08-2012, 07:31 PM   #4
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just wondering, since you've busted so much of this stuff. do you pc all of it or sell it? and if selling, are you able to get your money back cause if so, i'd try my hand at a case for flipping.

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just wondering, since you've busted so much of this stuff. do you pc all of it or sell it? and if selling, are you able to get your money back cause if so, i'd try my hand at a case for flipping.
No way I'd PC 50+ cases worth of stuff I've got my own CLUBS set, a near complete DIAMONDS set, a Complete Stacked Deck set with at least one of each non-SP players. I also have a few other things I collect, you could probably tell but no need to advertise here and drive up the market

I do ok, but I have a number of people I buy for and work deals with. But that's because I sell at a fair price and really provide a service by opening all these cases and then helping other complete their sets. I sell my stuff for what people are willing to pay. Lots of people will list a card at BIN for $100 that won't sell $20, it's the age old adage that most people feel what they have is worth more than people are willing to buy it for and they are not willing to sell it.

Like most card cases, you may or may not make money. For Poker you need to hit a BIG card in your case to make money. Check out the 4 cases I broke before this case and you'll see I was under water on those.
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That was a solid case thanks in large part to the Raymer. I am shocked that you haven't pulled one of the tourney redemptions in all the cases that you have cracked open.
At this point I hope I don't!
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At this point I hope I don't!
I hear that, lol
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I hear that, lol
Maybe a Master Set Collector would want one in their collection, I would probably come out ahead because if I played in the tourney and lost I would have got nothing for it. If I pull it now, it might sell for $50-$100
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