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The Draft: Once the break commences, teams will be first assigned to each spot (you can get more than one spot if available) in a draft-type manner. Each person in the break will be “randomized” a team for their spot. Once your spot has been given a team, you will have that team for each product involved with that group’s break. Most Hosts will allow for the selling and/or trading of the groups’ teams with other group members for an allotted amount of time: commonly five-to-seven minutes. Once all trading has ended, the Host will begin opening the products. In a typical group break, all numbered cards, rookie cards, inserts, parallels, and “hit” cards will be sent to the group member whose team coincides with the team of the player on the card. That’s pretty much it, the cards are now yours, and the Host will commonly ship the cards out to their new owners within two or three days. The Bottom Line: I know for a fact that our online community on YouTube and Blog TV is growing daily. I meet new people each day that I go on, and a lot of them are just like I was when I first came on there. They are excited and eager to get a chance at some awesome cards and get involved with a great community. With so much new product coming out right now and continuing consistently through the remainder of the year, our days and nights should be full of some really great group breaks. Group Breaks consisting of great products, new and old, is what is bringing our online community (regulars and new collectors) back each and every day; all in the hopes of finding that next “sick” card!! It is setting a trend in a fun and exciting way, and group breaks allow all of us a chance to get our hands on some phenomenal cards in a very economical way. What are you waiting for? Come and join us today.