Sports Card Strategy Show & Tell: 18 Year Old Flipping To 5 Figures; TAG Reveal; How NOT To Tear SI Kids Cards; Tabs Or No Tabs On PSA Penny Sleeves?

Welcome to the next episode of Sports Card Strategy Show (and Tell), a natural extension of our flagship show, but with a focus on your cards, questions and ability to share the who, what and why about your PC and flipping game.

We talk to Johnny at The National, an 18 year old who's flipping game is off the charts. He partners with his friend Brady to kill the game. A great interview with a kid that totally gets it!

We also share more Show and Tell from The National as well as audience submissions.

First up we’ve got Dr. Chad Guell sharing his latest picks. Jordan Poole Rookie, Desmond Bane Silver Prizm, SGA Silver wave, Albert Pujols, Tyrese Maxey rookie, Jackson Chourio, James wood paper base chrome first, Justin Crawford base first, Caminero, Druw Jones - 7 card lot, Russell Wilson white paper base rookie, Ichiro Suzuki, Cam Thomas optic holo rookie, and Jk Dobbins purple mosaic PSA 10.

Rocky Empire Sports Cards shares the love for and the value of using TAG to grade his cards. Brandon Woodruff, Brandon Miller, Judah Mintz, 2 slabs of Michael Jordan. Next up, he shows his TAG submission, Joey Votto, Lewis Hamilton 7.5, Sauce Gardner, Matsui, Fernando Tatis 9, Mariano Rivera 9, Shohei Ohtani 9, Joey Votto 10, and Mike Trout 10.

Ryan Painter up next with SI for Kids attempting to tear the cards out of the magazine. Paul steps in to provide best practices when removing the cards from the perforation. Ryan closes out the show by demolishing Natasha Cloud card. Stay tuned for a how-to video on the proper way to remove SI for Kids cards from the magazine.

From The National at the SCSS booth, Dave shares his personal collection of Topps on demand 3d cards.

Oh My Shoes closes out the show with his Austin Reaves collection. Next up from Mrs. Shoes he shows a Steph Curry gem mint 10. Jr. Shoes, gets a very nice gift from show attendant, Matt. The show attendant brings Jr. Shoes a Josh Allen 2018 Rated Rookie Auto rated a Beckett 10. Then out of no where, gives Jr. Shoes a1962 Topps Willie Mays Auto.

We'd love your questions and comments on this one.

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