spidermanbeyond

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  1. Quick answer is No. The 1st time it would have been worth the $12 to press. Not now. Think about it. It costs $18/$20 to regrade plus $12 pressing plus say $25 to ship it back and forth (this is conservative in shipping cost). Pressing will improve your comic by 0.5 to 1.0. 6.0 and 6.5 are worth about the same $120, 7.0 is worth $140. Even best case scenario, the book improve 1.5 to 7.5 is only worth $160. Save your money and buy a higher grade already pre-slabbed and sell this one.
  2. Good to see people still hanging in there. You have endured now claim your prize.
  3. I think unclaimed prizes go back to their donators.
  4. We have to check if there is a list or not. Otherwise, we have wait. In the past, picking ends up at stand still until then.
  5. Actually, it was officially 1 pm Pacific time today but so many posts people might have missed it/
  6. There is definitely a lot of skill involved. And, of course, there is a lot of luck as well. Some people like Toro are consistently in the top 5.
  7. Looks like you are not going to need your top 20 list
  8. Congratulations, @KryptoMayor and also @Ron_C. Ron used to be down with the lower half of the pack. What incredible improvement! There is definitely a learning curve to this game. All those years of tolling and heartache paid off. Thanks to everyone for a great contest.
  9. As I recall, on tiebreaks with same # of bullseyes, earliest round with the bullseyes wins. I could be wrong.