A question arose from a board member about my post showing case layouts & since one person has this question it stands to reason others do as well.
I went through the 10 pages of posts in this thread (as of my original post) & counted up the number of chase figures which were reported either by picture or by a member writing out their case layouts:
i.e. (a made up written out case)
I did not count members who Replied to a post indicating their case layout was the same as or close to another members.
For my purposes I designated Chase figures as follows:
The first row of figure one (3,2,14,17) is the back of the box if it were flat & you were looking at it as it is intended to be displayed in the store.
The first column (3,4,14,2,13) is the left hand side of the same box.
(3) from the first row - first column represents 3 figures from the above Chase List were reported to have been found in said spot.
Looking at the first figure would lead someone to dive into Row 3 & maybe Row 5 for pulling Blind Boxes, however let's look at Figure 2.
Figure 2 is the total jon-paul kaiser figures reported by members as found in their cases no matter the color. As a side note, my favorite two from this series are this one & the Sergio Mancini design - pretty sure I don't have to explain why.
If we subtract the numbers in Figure 2 from Figure 1, we have Figure 3.
Figure 3 represents the placement of reported chase figures minus the jon-paul kaiser figures as indicated by members of this board. From this limited amount of data we can conclude the idea spots are:
Row 1 Columns 4 & 5
Row 5 Columns 1, 2 & 4
Row 5 Column 3 is also very nice, but the spots indicated just previous have shown to be 2 times more productive in pulling Chase Figures than any of the others.
Another few bits of data we can pull from these figures is Row 4 should be avoided at all costs for pulling Chase Figures & Row 3 should be your target if you are after the jon-paul kaiser variants. Also, if you are targeting the jon-paul kaiser figures then avoid Row 1 Column 1 as well as Row 5 Columns 1 & 2.
As a side note, in going through the data I did come across a few members who reported cases which were much unlike the others. Their Chase Figures were in odd spots when compared to the other members & in one case (situation) the doubles in the case were in the same Row, but were not next to each other. Mishap at the factory in placement or not, I do not know.
Again, good hunting (unless you are in my area, then get in line & the line is behind me...where ever I am at the moment)!
*Bender was just to see if you were all paying attention.