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Japanese Website Selling Yu-Gi-Oh Card $10 Million (USD)

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According to website Kotaku, this rare Yu-Gi-Oh card is one of a kind and is being sold for 998 million yen ($10 million USD / €7571170.00 / ₱446000000.00). The card is printed on stainless steel, and was given to the winner of the first nationwide Yu-Gi-Oh tournament in Japan in 1999. On CardCollectors.jp, the seller states that this one-of-a-kind card cannot be used in tournament play. The card comes with a letter of authenticity as well as a handful of other apparently rare cards as freebies. If you can pay for the card via Paypal.

The Japanese website describes the card as the following:

February 21, 1999 on Sunday, is distributed the card winners at the national convention was held in Ginza in Tokyo “DMI”, in attendance, this “Chaos Soldier” is made ​​of stainless steel. It is a valuable one card in Yu-Gi-Oh national champion prize world. This “Chaos Soldier” and can not be used in the official Duel.

Yugioh Card

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source: kotaku, cardcollector

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