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  • This is such a great “game”! I clearly have a lot of learning to do but I’m having fun! I bet if I could break down my stats by type I’d be the worst at grading gold… apparently I can’t even consistently tell the difference between AU and MS
    This is such a great “game”! I clearly have a lot of learning to do 😅 but I’m having fun! I bet if I could break down my stats by type I’d be the worst at grading gold… apparently I can’t even consistently tell the difference between AU and MS 😆
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  • Is it just me or is the lower grade coins easier to grade in this game? I feel like I'm pretty good at grading in real life but for MS coins, I need the coin in my hand to know for sure.
    Is it just me or is the lower grade coins easier to grade in this game? I feel like I'm pretty good at grading in real life but for MS coins, I need the coin in my hand to know for sure.
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  • NEW COINS ADDED: 9,500 new grades were added overnight, bringing the new total grades available to 19,000!
    NEW COINS ADDED: 9,500 new grades were added overnight, bringing the new total grades available to 19,000!
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  • How is this coin in an MS64 FH holder. Its obviously an AU coin???
    How is this coin in an MS64 FH holder. Its obviously an AU coin???
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  • Thanks to the users for busting through the 200,000 guess mark!!!
    Thanks to the users for busting through the 200,000 guess mark!!!
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  • Just curious, is there a way that a club could start a group and then have competitions among the group? I'm thinking it might be interesting as a club activity.
    Just curious, is there a way that a club could start a group and then have competitions among the group? I'm thinking it might be interesting as a club activity.
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  • How on earth did this coin grade MS 66 FB? I think it looks like a 63 FB
    How on earth did this coin grade MS 66 FB? I think it looks like a 63 FB
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  • NEW COINS ADDED: I just added approximately 3200 more coins freshly added to the game for your grading pleasure!

    Have fun!
    NEW COINS ADDED: I just added approximately 3200 more coins freshly added to the game for your grading pleasure! Have fun!
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  • I just had a 43 P nickel in GTG. On the reveal screen it said it was graded a Proof???
    I just had a 43 P nickel in GTG. On the reveal screen it said it was graded a Proof???
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  • This coin wouldnt let me choose the FB option which i wanted to add. Might be a glitch in the system?
    This coin wouldnt let me choose the FB option which i wanted to add. Might be a glitch in the system?
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  • Congrats to all the Guess the Grade Guessers for busting through 150,000 guesses! Keep on guessing!
    Congrats to all the Guess the Grade Guessers for busting through 150,000 guesses! Keep on guessing!
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  • First to 5000 and holding at 71%.
    First to 5000 and holding at 71%.
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  • I wonder if coins where a high percent of guessers guess a grade higher than the grade on the slab are ones with a higher probability of upgrading. Not necessarily to upgrade them, but more like for marketing purposes. For example, if you could state in an auction description that the coin scored a higher grade on a certain percent of the time and it could be verified like a cert lookup if the owner wants it to be public knowledge.
    I wonder if coins where a high percent of guessers guess a grade higher than the grade on the slab are ones with a higher probability of upgrading. Not necessarily to upgrade them, but more like for marketing purposes. For example, if you could state in an auction description that the coin scored a higher grade on a certain percent of the time and it could be verified like a cert lookup if the owner wants it to be public knowledge.
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