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Top 10 Most Visited Group Break Channels | John Lee

The hobby has changed over the past seven years or so, for the good and the worse, but one of the positive changes has been the growing presence of group breakers online. Since the days of BlogTV in the early 2010s, online group breaks have taken ...

Top 3 Breaker Pet Peeves: Part Deux – The Breakers Perspective

As a follow up to the initial article posted several months ago, discussing pet peeves from the perspective of the group break participant, it's only fair that we listen to the guys who open packs of cards for a living. That's not meant to be ...

How I figured out Sports Card Collecting | by John Lee

When I started collecting sports cards in the 1990s I had to rely on getting out of my house to enjoy the hobby. This meant going out to local hobby shops, sports card shows and even going to the occasional variety store, which for the most part no ...

5 WAYS TO ENJOY GROUP BREAKS…EVEN MORE (by Joe Lee)

Long-time veterans of group case breaks already have their reasons for enjoying one group break channel over another. But those of you who are fairly new to group breaks may be wondering … How can I get the most out of my group break experience? How ...

5 Pet Peeves of Group Breakers. *Part 1*

Today we kick-off a fun collection of articles written by our users! Consider these an even more in-depth look at what customers are thinking about re: Group Breaking. The first topic is very fitting - Group Breaker Pet Peeves - but is also a great ...

Hobby or Business? 3 downsides to the current hobby trend

The shift in our hobby is real. This week we see a combination of high-end product releases (across sports). On Wednesday we will see Panini release: - Immaculate Baseball ($225 a box) - Preferred Basketball ($215 a box) - Gala Football ($225 ...

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