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83 thoughts on “Pool Live Tour Hack Pool Coins Cheat Tool

  1. Maggie

    I’m just wondering what coins that have been released in the past 20 or 30 years starting from today should you be on the look out for? The whole USA quarter collection must be worth something several years from now?

    Reply
  2. Jonny

    I’m looking into starting to collect silver coins and I feel like I have a great “tool” to use. My girlfriend is a lead teller at our local bank and she is in charge of ordering the money and “coin” for the bank. My question is which is the best way for me to get silver coins. Is it from rolled coins from the reserve or circulated coins that come in from small business or customers? Also is there I certain coin that is more likely that would be silver (dimes, nickel, quarters etc)? Commemorative coins? Any help is appreciated.

    Reply
  3. cardskid22

    Some of the old coins I’ve found are so dirty and/or corroded (?) that I cannot read the entire date or mint letter. Will Tarn-X damage the coins or alter the value of them? Thanks!

    Reply
  4. Kaden

    What present day coins (such as the dates 2010, 2011, 2012, and so on) will probably be worth somthing in the future? I just want to know so I can start saving and collecting them. Thanks for your help.

    Reply
  5. The Villain

    I want them too look shiny. Condition is not an issue because these are just loose dollar coins, worth approximately just the dollar, and by that logic I dont need to worry about value I have other coins in that category (valuable). So if there are any effective cleaning methods for these non precious metal coins. Mind you I dont want to destroy the coin but a little wear isn’t an issue.
    Thanks.

    Reply
  6. skillz

    I got some old coins, pretty much, about a hundred plus. Some of them are old, more than 100 years old. How do i keep them in good condition? I dont have coin folder. Is it okay if i just put them all in a glass jar? I thought of warping it with plastic wraps, those for food. Will it damage the coin if i wrap it? Help! Thanks! :)

    Reply
  7. Motordom

    I’ve just started collecting coins (I am only 18) and I am considering buying rolls of coins from banks, picking out the good ones, and selling the rest back. I have heard that Kennedy halves are the best kind to buy. Are they? And if so, can anyone give an estimate of how many pre-1971′s they find in, lets say, every 5 rolls or so? I am just wondering if it is worth it. Any other tips? Thanks!

    Reply
  8. Taylor G

    first of all im not a noob its just i spent all my coins on coin launcher and spectate (didn’t get 1 coin!!!) and i need loads of coins fast because my friend is coming down tomorrow and were planning on doing All star with all characters but if i don’t have any coins i wont be able to continue if we die. please help!

    Reply
  9. Taylor2k

    Assume the 100 coins consist randomly of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Each coin has an equal probability of being selected.
    Just as a side note, I got the idea for this question at toll booth. So I suppose this does have some type of real-world application.

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  10. johnkaiser 22

    My husband has been saving his change for several years and yesterday we seperated the coins: 60 pounds of quarters, 55 pounds of pennies, 36 pounds of nickles and 25 pounds of dimes. Do banks have automatic rollers for coins? We don’t want to pay a fee to have them rolled.

    Reply
  11. Jonathan

    I need to exchange my box of coins for bills from a bank. I heard they wouldn’t charge a fee. What do I need to do? Thanks.

    Reply
  12. che-che

    I have 100′s of old coins and was wondering what the best way is to sell them figuring I don’t know anything.Is it generally safe to drop them off at a reputable coin shop to be appraised? I don’t know muchabout coins and grading,

    Reply
  13. Jermaine J

    I have 9 Eisenhower Dollar coins and I don’t know if they are worth anything. I have been saving them for a while but I don’t really know what to do with them. They range from 1971 to 1978 and a few of them are marked 1776-1976.
    Thank you for any information.

    Reply
  14. Ramblin Spirit

    I just inherited a couple gold coins from The Hamilton mint – Sprit of America 1976 Bicenntenial. A few silver bars from The Franklin Mint 1970 & 1974 Christmas series, and some “wonders of mankind” silver coins by Encyclopaedia Britannica. I have looked online and cannot seem to find out any information – especially how much they are worth. Help?

    Reply
  15. Big Banger

    These coins include a penny, nickel, dime, and quater
    this is one thing so you know how to do it. P,N,D so Penny Nickel Dime thanks so much each set can only contain three coins
    you can use each coin over and over

    Reply
  16. Jonathan

    10 Mark Jewish Getto Coins (1943).
    I am giving them as gifts to people, they are not for keeping so it doesnt matter if the value decreases! they are aluminium metal -what is best for cleaning them please?

    Reply
  17. Sahil

    I’m curios, If someone is to send 25 coins, loose, unwrapped by U.S.P.S. What is the correct way to prepare for shipping?

    Reply
  18. rashest_hippo

    They sell some moves that I really want but I suck at their stupid game. In other games I just bought enough coins to get the moves but now I can’t do that.
    Is there a way to get game coins?

    Reply
  19. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    Ive picked up all the”hidden coins” that you can find on the ground, but i can NOT WIN! at the stupid reels or the other game. i really want a poryon, but is there actually any way to win alot of money ie, 9999 poke dollars without having to directly but the coins?

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  20. Miguel M

    I need more cash but I keep on gaining coins!
    Can I somehow conver my coins to cash? And do I get more cash when I reach a certain amount of coins? And, how do you earn farm cash!?
    I’m very confused!

    Reply
  21. Le Pwner

    I have a collection of 1ps, 2ps, 10ps, 20ps, and 50ps plus a few pounds coins, but I’d like to turn all my coins into notes at the bank but I have never done it before and a tad unsure.

    Thanks in advance!

    Reply
  22. Vultre9

    I just heritated a coin collection,with some old coins dating between early 1700 and 1945,i have some bronze,copper,silver and other material coins.But all of this coins are pretty rusty,and I don’t know how to clean them,I’ve heard Coca Cola works pretty well,but i don’t know for which type of metal this works.
    I have no idea how to take care of this coins,any help would be extremely appreciated.
    Thank you.

    Reply
  23. mike s

    Just wondering what causes the discolouring of pound coins, that makes them go really dark. I’ve heard that it mean that someone has swallowed it but am wondering if this is really true.

    Reply
  24. kass9191

    I know there is red and blue coins.
    What were the red coins used for? Anything specific?
    What were the blue coins used for? Anything specific?

    Reply
  25. Christopher J

    I inherited a few old coins and I think they might be worth something. How can I find out?
    How do I find a coin dealer?

    Reply
  26. xiM Clutch

    Is there a certain way to take excellent photographs of coins for listing them on eBay? I’ve heard that scanning them can produce an excellent image; however, I’d like to know how to magnify the image so that it is no longer coin-sized on the website.

    Can anybody tell me how to do so, and what model scanner to purchase that would be best for this task?

    Reply
  27. heavenly sword

    I’ve amassed $5-15 worth of loose coins from over a dozen countries. My traveling days are over, I’d like to exchange them. Does anyone know if the exchange place would only charge a flat exchange fee or one based on the total amount of all the currency, or would they charge a flat rate/percentage based fee for each country’s currency I exchange?

    Reply
  28. MentallyCryppled

    The treasury website offers 1oz gold coins for sale.
    Gold dealers tell me that the treasury sells only something called “proof” coins which are more expensive.
    Can anyone help with this confusion?
    Jim Crow. What the heel are you talking about?

    Reply
  29. MexicanDude

    So I’m interested in buying some Britannia silver coins from the 16th and 17th century, however I’m unsure how to identify through images whether the auctions are authentic. Are there tell tale signs which indicate that the coin is real or not?

    Reply
  30. ttocs

    I see people with these beautiful uncirculated coins and I’d like to start collecting them? How do I go about this? The coins are in mint condition, straight from the roll…I ask for coin rolls from the bank and I always get rolls that ordinary people wrap. I’d like to get the coins that come directly from the Fed…Please, any advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Reply
  31. Brody S

    Just looking for coins with silver in them. Don’t have to be .9999 fine or any sort of collectible. Just coins widely recognized to have silver in them.

    Do not want to pay large dealer markups or shipping charges either.

    So what’s the smartest way to accumulate some silver coins?

    Reply
  32. Moore, Ron

    I have 100′s of old coins and was wondering what the best way is to sell them figuring I don’t know anything.Is it generally safe to drop them off at a reputable coin shop to be appraised? I don’t know muchabout coins and grading.

    Reply
  33. Big Banger

    I have coins stored in old bottles and a piggy bank but I don’t want to walk into the bank looking like a child. Large amounts of coins are not easy to handle or to carry around, just asking for a easier more convenient way to carry them to the bank.

    Reply
  34. United

    I have a bunch of old coins from India and I am looking for a way to clean them.
    Also I would loke to know how much they are worth.

    Reply
  35. Gundown64

    I have seen many types of coins being used.I want to collect some good coins as hobby,not investment. Where to collect them ,any suggestions.

    Reply
  36. ttocs

    I am only 18 years old and I have a huge collection of old coins and I was wondering how old you have to be to be able to sell to the store.

    Will they even buy all your coins off you ?

    Reply
  37. PIE BOY

    Now, obviously in America, this isn’t a problem, but I have a coin dating back to 1791 in France, two years after the start of the French Revolution. The coin features the face and name of Louis XVI. That same year, Louis was imprisoned by Parisian mobs and was executed two years later. So what happened to these coins after his death? Louis XVI was not exactly on good terms with the French people at that point, so what became of these coins? Were new coins minted with different leaders’ faces immediately (obviously they were eventually), or were the same coins used for some time?

    Reply
  38. shahrukh

    Looking for a way to make personalized coins at home. May be plain (stamped only) or fancy (colored enamel) style.

    Reply
  39. Erfan

    Sometimes I can receive 50 coins when I visit my neighbor, but sometimes I can get 100. Why?
    @erick do u think that if I visit a neighbor with higher level, i can get more coins?

    Reply
  40. lucasg615

    Some of the coins are pretty awful, I’ve tried everything I can think of to clean the coins, but not good results… Please help.

    Reply
  41. Xavier Hawthorne

    Some coins and banknotes have unusual denominations. For example, there are coins of 4 doubles and 8 doubles in Guernesey, coins of 4 taris in Sicilia, 6 roubles, 15 kopecks, there are banknotes of 3 roubles. These values (4, 6, 8 and 15) are not common for coins and 3 is not common for a banknote. Do you know other coins and notes with odd denominations?

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  42. Armas

    I want to start collecting coins. I have recently purchased silver dollars and I just want to know what other coins have the same historical value without being as expensive. I typically pay $20 for the silver dollars in good condition and I want to know some other coins to invest in that are cheaper but that over time they will still increase in value just like the silver dollars. Any suggestions?
    Oh and what do the coins that you suggest typically cost?

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  43. lets roll

    I have found some Roman coins have similar qualities. But, I how much more money should I expect to pay for a coin a coin that has been through NGC authentication? I want the to get a authentic coin but the mark up seems on average 30% on a $500.00 coin. Is that reasonable? Thank you for your opinion I would appreciate any help.

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  44. kewlflame14

    I’ve got a small collection of silver coins from various countries, all from the 20th century. I’ve no idea if they’re worth anything or not, but it would be good to find out.

    I tried searching on Google for coin prices, but I just got the same few sites over and over, which were pretty useless.

    Is there a catalogue or something out there with guideline prices for coins?

    Reply
  45. Mc L

    There is 12 coins which look the same but one of them weigh differently (heavier or lighter). How can you determine in only three weightings which coin is different and if it is heavier or lighter?

    Reply
  46. toast

    I got some old coins, pretty much, about a hundred plus. Some of them are old, more than 100 years old. How do i keep them in good condition? I dont have coin folder. Is it okay if i just put them all in a glass jar? I thought of warping it with string wrap. Will it damage the coin if i string wrap it? Help! Thanks! :)

    Reply
  47. Orbit

    Hey,
    I recently discovered different types of coins in my house and I can obviously tell, from the look and wording on them, some are foreign coins. Many of the coins I have found, along with dollar bills ($), are mainly from the early 1900′s up until around the 1970′s.
    My question, is there a good calculator online you could recommend that has all the different coins from different country’s so I could find out the values for today? Thank you

    Reply
  48. joevsyou

    I’ve started coin collecting a year ago and am acquiring some valuable coins. Currently I am using 2×2 cardboard flips to store them but I want to invest in something a little better. Also I am thinking of the possibility of making a display out of them for in the room. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks.

    Reply
  49. happyha31

    I’ve just started collecting coins (I am only 18) and I am considering buying rolls of coins from banks, picking out the good ones, and selling the rest back. I have heard that Kennedy halves are the best kind to buy. Are they? And if so, can anyone give an estimate of how many pre-1971′s they find in, lets say, every 5 rolls or so? I am just wondering if it is worth it. Any other tips? Thanks!

    Reply
  50. homerliveshere

    I’ve amassed $5-15 worth of loose coins from over a dozen countries. My traveling days are over, I’d like to exchange them. Does anyone know if the exchange place would only charge a flat exchange fee or one based on the total amount of all the currency, or would they charge a flat rate/percentage based fee for each country’s currency I exchange?

    Reply
  51. Spider Pc

    I see people with these beautiful uncirculated coins and I’d like to start collecting them? How do I go about this? The coins are in mint condition, straight from the roll…I ask for coin rolls from the bank and I always get rolls that ordinary people wrap. I’d like to get the coins that come directly from the Fed…Please, any advice would be greatly appreciated!

    Reply
  52. JackReynolds

    Just looking for coins with silver in them. Don’t have to be .9999 fine or any sort of collectible. Just coins widely recognized to have silver in them.

    Do not want to pay large dealer markups or shipping charges either.

    So what’s the smartest way to accumulate some silver coins?

    Reply
  53. Jose B

    Hey,
    I recently discovered different types of coins in my house and I can obviously tell, from the look and wording on them, some are foreign coins. Many of the coins I have found, along with dollar bills ($), are mainly from the early 1900′s up until around the 1970′s.
    My question, is there a good calculator online you could recommend that has all the different coins from different country’s so I could find out the values for today? Thank you

    Reply
  54. sean

    I’ve started coin collecting a year ago and am acquiring some valuable coins. Currently I am using 2×2 cardboard flips to store them but I want to invest in something a little better. Also I am thinking of the possibility of making a display out of them for in the room. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks.

    Reply
  55. xiM Clutch

    I have a collection of 1ps, 2ps, 10ps, 20ps, and 50ps plus a few pounds coins, but I’d like to turn all my coins into notes at the bank but I have never done it before and a tad unsure.

    Thanks in advance!

    Reply
  56. Sophia C

    The treasury website offers 1oz gold coins for sale.
    Gold dealers tell me that the treasury sells only something called “proof” coins which are more expensive.
    Can anyone help with this confusion?
    Jim Crow. What the heel are you talking about?

    Reply
  57. easton j

    I just heritated a coin collection,with some old coins dating between early 1700 and 1945,i have some bronze,copper,silver and other material coins.But all of this coins are pretty rusty,and I don’t know how to clean them,I’ve heard Coca Cola works pretty well,but i don’t know for which type of metal this works.
    I have no idea how to take care of this coins,any help would be extremely appreciated.
    Thank you.

    Reply
  58. Taylor2k

    My husband has been saving his change for several years and yesterday we seperated the coins: 60 pounds of quarters, 55 pounds of pennies, 36 pounds of nickles and 25 pounds of dimes. Do banks have automatic rollers for coins? We don’t want to pay a fee to have them rolled.

    Reply
  59. therundown2k3

    I’m curios, If someone is to send 25 coins, loose, unwrapped by U.S.P.S. What is the correct way to prepare for shipping?

    Reply
  60. Mathew

    These coins include a penny, nickel, dime, and quater
    this is one thing so you know how to do it. P,N,D so Penny Nickel Dime thanks so much each set can only contain three coins
    you can use each coin over and over

    Reply
  61. thexbox360player

    I have a bunch of old coins from India and I am looking for a way to clean them.
    Also I would loke to know how much they are worth.

    Reply
  62. krow147

    Is there a certain way to take excellent photographs of coins for listing them on eBay? I’ve heard that scanning them can produce an excellent image; however, I’d like to know how to magnify the image so that it is no longer coin-sized on the website.

    Can anybody tell me how to do so, and what model scanner to purchase that would be best for this task?

    Reply
  63. Spider Pc

    10 Mark Jewish Getto Coins (1943).
    I am giving them as gifts to people, they are not for keeping so it doesnt matter if the value decreases! they are aluminium metal -what is best for cleaning them please?

    Reply
  64. D3ZZY

    Now, obviously in America, this isn’t a problem, but I have a coin dating back to 1791 in France, two years after the start of the French Revolution. The coin features the face and name of Louis XVI. That same year, Louis was imprisoned by Parisian mobs and was executed two years later. So what happened to these coins after his death? Louis XVI was not exactly on good terms with the French people at that point, so what became of these coins? Were new coins minted with different leaders’ faces immediately (obviously they were eventually), or were the same coins used for some time?

    Reply
  65. HASTHEANSWERS

    So I’m interested in buying some Britannia silver coins from the 16th and 17th century, however I’m unsure how to identify through images whether the auctions are authentic. Are there tell tale signs which indicate that the coin is real or not?

    Reply
  66. Lachlan

    I am only 18 years old and I have a huge collection of old coins and I was wondering how old you have to be to be able to sell to the store.

    Will they even buy all your coins off you ?

    Reply
  67. Lasagna delivery guy

    I have 100′s of old coins and was wondering what the best way is to sell them figuring I don’t know anything.Is it generally safe to drop them off at a reputable coin shop to be appraised? I don’t know muchabout coins and grading.

    Reply
  68. Adam

    I am a young coin collector and i am almost done with my first collection ( Jefferson Nickels).
    Im having trouble finding the rarer coins like the 1938′s and the war time coins. I am tempted to buy them on ebay but i don’t know if spending that kind of money would be worth it for a nickel collection. Any advice on where to acquire these coins and whether or not to spend money would be greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  69. Willie

    I want them too look shiny. Condition is not an issue because these are just loose dollar coins, worth approximately just the dollar, and by that logic I dont need to worry about value I have other coins in that category (valuable). So if there are any effective cleaning methods for these non precious metal coins. Mind you I dont want to destroy the coin but a little wear isn’t an issue.
    Thanks.

    Reply
  70. Scott Bull

    I have some coins from Africa, Korea and Europe. Can I go to a bank such as Chase, US Bank, Bank of America and exchange them for US dollars?

    Reply
  71. skychi99

    I have coins stored in old bottles and a piggy bank but I don’t want to walk into the bank looking like a child. Large amounts of coins are not easy to handle or to carry around, just asking for a easier more convenient way to carry them to the bank.

    Reply

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