I sort by 100s. If it is a 200+ card set, I get a pile of the 1-99s, a pile of the 100-199's and a pile of the 200's, etc. Then I break them down by 1-9, 10-19, etc.

I use a sorter box which helps. It takes up some extra space but I think it's well worth it. Especially if you do a lot of set collating. They are only a few bucks from most supply dealers.

I take the stack of cards, and I take the first one, and read the back. And then I take the second card, and read the back, and then I take the two cards and put them in sequential order. I then take a third card, read the back, and place in with the previous two in sequential order.

I repeat this process until I have exhausted my supply of cards to sort and organize.

We opened the first case in March or so, and we just opened the whole case, then seperated them into piles of 1-99, 100-199, and 200. We then made piles of 1-10, 11-19 ect. Then put them in order.

I sort by 100s. If it is a 200+ card set, I get a pile of the 1-99s, a pile of the 100-199's and a pile of the 200's, etc. Then I break them down by 1-9, 10-19, etc.

I use a sorter box which helps. It takes up some extra space but I think it's well worth it. Especially if you do a lot of set collating. They are only a few bucks from most supply dealers.

Same as others have mentioned -- as I break, sort the cards into piles -- 100s, 200s, 300s, and so on. From there, sort each pile by 1-10, 11-19, 20-29, and so on.

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