Unsolved Mysteries Of PCF (1 Viewer)


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Here are a few that are fairly recent. Please add any unsolved mysteries or unanswered questions you can think of. Obviously any answers to solve them would be appreciated.

•What was in @Windwalker mystery box that @TheJestyr bought?

Thread '24-Hour Mystery Auction of sealed USPS SFRB' https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/24-hour-mystery-auction-of-sealed-usps-sfrb.111348/

•Did @Rhodeman77 get his money back or get any closer to a payback plan?

Post in thread 'Host can't pay out everyone, what to do?' https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/host-cant-pay-out-everyone-what-to-do.118728/post-2443131

•Who ripped up @BarrieJ3 plants at WaB3?

Post in thread 'WaB Meetup! Continental III April 24th to April 28th' https://www.pokerchipforum.com/thre...-april-24th-to-april-28th.110643/post-2443975
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What qualifies as a GB? :ROFL: :ROFLMAO::ROFL: :ROFLMAO::ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
That term should be retired. It used to be that there was no profit involved in a group buy - it was chippers pooling their resources to get cool stuff cheap. Now group buys are a tool for vendors to maximize their profits and minimize their risk. Not that there’s anything working with that. But they’re not group buys in the traditional sense.
Someone popped up selling some James Bond themed ( I think it was James Bond but can't remember exactly ) chips and plaques. They kept writing these rambling novel length posts that went nowhere. Always wondered if anyone got their hands of them.

Yes, I did get a sample set of plaques. They were from the old Les Ambassadeurs Club in London.
Maybe its like paper

“The most common paper weight unit is pounds and usually comes in 20, 60, 70, and 100 pounds. Office printers commonly use 20-pound Bond, your standard copier paper, while graphics and print shops use slightly heavier, crisper, and more durable 24-pound paper.”

https://www.jukeboxprint.com/blog/p...s typically measured,from one type to another.

Or for cotton

“Fabric weight is generally listed in the US as ounces per square yard and in many other countries as grams per square meter (GSM). Sometimes in the US, you'll see fabric weights listed as just ounces (for example, a 10-ounce French terry or a 6-ounce cotton shirting). It can be assumed that this is the weight of the fabric per square yard.”

https://www.allieolson.com/blogs/bl...mes in the US, you,the fabric per square yard.

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