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Thread: 2008-09 UD Black Case Break

     
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    2008-09 UD Black Case Break

    Overall, a fun break, except for the numerous lettermen patch doubles. I don't mind lettermen from the same player, but at least give me different letters lol.

    One thing I want to point out is before I broke any of the boxes, I took a close look at the serial #s and noticed 3 boxes that had serial #s that were far apart (41055, 45557, 47679), 2 that were close together but far apart from the rest (56896, 56906), and 5 that were really close together (47802, 47805, 47806, 47814, 47816). You'll notice the 2 middle boxes and the last 5 boxes are somewhat mediocre compared to the first 3.

    Box 1 (46041055):


    Box 2 (46045557):


    Box 3 (46047679):


    Box 4 (46056896):


    Box 5 (46056906):


    Box 6 (46047802):


    Box 7 (46047805):


    Box 8 (46047806):


    Box 9 (46047814):


    Box 10 (46047816):


    ALL ARE FOR SALE!

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    Great pulls, especially the Malkin/Fleury and Roy/Brodeur
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    sick hits, love the gagne/st. louis dual!!!!

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    I was just thinking maybe there's some truth to the whole serial # theory that people talk about.

    I'll try and test it out when I get my cases of Black Basketball on Monday.

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