Rare Yu-Gi-Oh! game card causes judicial auction to stop after bids reach US$13.4 million

A Chinese court aborted an online auction of a criminal’s possessions after the public jacked up the highest bid to 87 million yuan (US$13.4 million), likely to get their hands on a highly valuable collectible Yu-Gi-Oh! game card.Collectors believe the card, depicting a Blue-Eyes White Dragon, is one of 500 limited edition cards released in 2019. They predicted that the card is currently valued at between 200,000 to 300,000 yuan (US$31,000 to US$46,000).The sale was hosted by the Chuzhou court…

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