Pat Flynn from Deep Pocket Monster scratches some of his own Pokemon cards so you don’t have to. The holographic part of a Pokémon card can be pretty sensitive to scratches, but how easy is it really to do some damage? How careful do you have to be? In this “for science” video, he puts various theories to the test and uncovers the truth about ways that the holographic part of a card could be scratched.
Pat begins with real-life scenarios, and then takes things to the extreme, test scratching in a CGC and PSA graded slab, if the slab were to be shaken. He states, that some of the results may be up for discretion and may be debatable. Check out his informative Pokemon card sleeving video and more.
Follow Pat Flynn’s Pokémon card collecting journey! Watch eye-catching videos of Pokémon cards like you’ve never seen before, and learn as Pat learns more about this hobby. You will not regret it!
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