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ODY, ODYSSEY GOLD LIMITED
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My stink bid got hit today. Got another one in just for good measure.
Crazy selling at these prices.
Brokers playing retail.
My guess is that this only opens ~23c on assay results.
Pros will shake all they can out, and then I'm expecting a push to 50c in the next few weeks.

 
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Za germans are coming.
Gun trader.

https://twitter.com/DerGoldreport/status/1392384907536633861

 
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Also, its likely the core contains other goodies.


you would think so , as the strongly altered Banded Iron Formation sequence that was encountered featured strong sulphide and suspected silica alteration. Shears are interesting; so much directional pressure and thus heat. What's cooking in the kitchen?




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31170 g/t is my guess, but I don't know the method used.

NQ = 75mm diam.
Cylinder vol = π*radius^2*height.
5mm horizontal Au vein = 22089m^3.
22089m^3 * Au sg 0.019 = 420grams Au.
1m NQ core at 3.0-sg = 13.25kg
1t / 13.25 = 75.5
420 grams Au * 75.5 = 31,710g/t Au


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Absolutely, but surely it cant be contained within that core.
I'm an optimist and think that maybe the gold vein runs for a few kilometres.
What then you say?
Also, its likely the core contains other goodies.

 
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totally agree. As a vein, it is so impressive. Imagine when the core first popped out ... absolutely gobsmacking.
the big Q is; is it repeatable? The ASO speckled diffusion could produce more if it is widespread. Someone once said grade is king, which is true but totality also counts.




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There was some compelling numbers of probable g/t by someone on twitter calling for 30,000 g/t.
I cant vouch for its veracity BUT
have a geezer at the visible gold core from ASO and compare it with that from ODY.
Will be a doozie. No doubt.

 
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lol.. smile.gif


Was pretty sure the earlier number was challenging conventional physics



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And that should read grams per tonne and not
kg/t


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Will get a big spike on assays.
Photon assay due this week.
+10,000kg/ton a possibility.
If its twice that, then perhaps a 50c target.
Solid gold in that core.

 
 


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