(Topic ID: 118492)

Single rarest Stern game?


By TigerLaw

4 years ago



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“What is the rarest modern Stern?”

  • Big Buck Hunter 14 votes
    5%
  • CSI 36 votes
    13%
  • 24 32 votes
    11%
  • NBA 81 votes
    29%
  • TigerLaw; you forgot the lowest production and I'm going to tell you which it really is below. 12 votes
    4%
  • I don't know and don't care, but I do like to vote in polls. 106 votes
    38%

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#140 4 years ago

Only on pinside would people be bored enough to argue over sales numbers without any sales information.

#178 4 years ago
Quoted from phishrace:

For games with very low runs, like TRS LE and NFL, there isn't enough data at ipsnd.
Many here are suggesting CSI is the lowest run game. The Portland pinball map shows 6 CSI's and only two NBA's. So I think it's safe to assume there are more CSI's out there than there are NBA's. Boston pinball breaks out sales of NFL's by team. Ipsnd lists some teams, but not all, and not many serial numbers. Ipsnd also contains errors, like the cluster I mentioned earlier with overlapping LE numbers. Ipsnd is probably the best tool, but it's certainly not the only tool.

How does that support your theory? A distributor might have gotten 6 csi's but only ordered 2 nba's. One city's routed game is a very tiny dataset to draw a conclusion from.

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#187 4 years ago
Quoted from kst8cat:

I know that Rolling Stones LE is a pretty rare game, but I was wondering why isn't the normal version of Rolling Stones called Rolling Stones Pro? Instead it's just called "Rolling Stones" without being designated as "Pro". Why is this exactly? Didn't want to start a whole new thread topic to ask that question, so figured I would ask it here.

Because when they came out with the LE there wasn't a concept of a pro. That came later. Just like there is no LOTR Pro.

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