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No.3 Trainer (Pokémon Card Game Official Tournament promo)

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{{TrainercardInfobox |
cardname=No.3 Trainer |
jname=NoNo.3トレーナー |
jtrans=No.3 Trainer |
image=SecretSuperBattleNo3100_T_NO3TRAINER1.jpg |
caption=Illus. [[HidekiMitsuhiro KazamaArita]] |
class=Trainer |
}}
{{TrainercardInfobox/Footer}}
 
'''No.3 Trainer''' (Japanese: '''NoNo.3トレーナー''' ''No.3 Trainer'') is a [[Trainer (TCG)|Trainer]]. It was released as a promotional card in Japan only.
 
==Card text (First Official Tournament print)==
{{Trainer Text
| effect = The Pokémon Card Game Official Tournament's third place winner is recognized here, and this honor is praised. <br>By presenting this card, you may gain preferential entry into the SecretPokémon Card Game SuperOfficial BattleTournament.
|}}
 
==Card text (Second Official Tournament print)==
{{Trainer Text
| effect = The Pokémon Card Game Official Tournament's third place winner is recognized here, and this honor is praised.<br>This proves that the one who possesses this card participated in the Best in Japan Final Battles of the First Pokémon Card Game Tournament.
|}}
 
==Card text (Blastoise Mega Battle print)==
{{Trainer Text
| effect = The Pokémon Card Game Official Tournament's third place winner is recognized here, and this honor is praised.<br>This proves that the one who possesses this card participated in the Best in Japan Final Battles of the Second Pokémon Card Game Tournament.
|}}
 
==Release information==
This card was released as a promotional card. In Japan, it was awarded to the third place winners of the SuperFirst Secretand BattleSecond tournamentOfficial Pokémon Card Game Tournaments held in 1997 and 1998 respectively. Another version was also awarded to the third place winners of the Blastoise Mega Battle in 1999. The card was never released in English.
 
==Trivia==
*This card is also popularly known as the ''Pikachu Trophy No.3'' card, in reference to the illustration. It is one of the rarest cards in the world, thoughwith only one copy of the exactcard numberproduced ineach existenceyear remainsfor unknownthree years, duemeaning toonly thethree natureexist. ofAt the tournamentheight inof whichthe itPokémon wasphenomenon won.in Itthe isWest, estimatedauctions thatof betweenthis onecard andsaw threeit copiesreach existroughly $8,000.
===Origin===
 
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[[Category:Trainer cards]]
[[Category:Promotional cards]]
[[Category:Illus. by HidekiMitsuhiro KazamaArita]]
[[Category:Holographic cards]]