@physics-fan3.14 we have the newest game thread. A coin will be posted and everyone can provide an opinion of whether the coin deserves a CAC sticker or does not deserve one. The basic rules: 1. Post a PCGS or NGC coin with a CAC sticker. 2. Everyone will have around 24 hours to give an opinion (can be extended if there is low participation). 3. Majority opinion will decide that coin. 4. Please comment if you want to post next. -there won’t really be a scoring system...just a count of what happened (how many were deserving/not deserving). -Note: we can include both green and gold CAC stickers...for gold stickers, we can comment on if the coin should be gold, only green, or no sticker at all ------ It has been generally considered that a green CAC sticker implies a coin is A or B for the assigned grade. A gold CAC is claimed to be a coin that would green sticker at the next grade (so an MS 65 gold would still get a green as an MS 66). Some say that the coin needs to be close to two points under-graded to get the gold (this has not been confirmed though by CAC). As a point of reference, the CAC website explains that.... THE CAC STICKER MEANS: • Verified. Your coin has been verified as meeting the standard for strict quality within its grade. • Guaranteed. CAC stands behind our verification by making markets in most actively traded coins. And "For many years, coin dealers and advanced collectors have used the letters A, B, and C among themselves to further describe coins. C indicates low-end for the grade, B indicates solid for the grade, and A indicates high-end. CAC will only award stickers to coins in the A or B category. C coins, although accurately graded, will be returned without a CAC sticker"