Well, it took 9 posts before someone guessed the right combination of player/numbering.
Here is another look at the card.
The amazing thing was by the time I gave the final hint, it was obvious WHO the player was, leaving only the correct number to be guessed.
On post #7, Scott Crawford guessed Avisail Garcia #1/10. Close, but no cigar.
On post #8, Chris Reed of Nachos Grande guessed Avisail Garcia #3/10.
When post #9 went live at 9:07 PM Central time, everyone still following along knew it was Garcia and here is how it played out in the comments.
Within 4 minutes, all but two numbers were off the board (with Dhoff unfortunately guessing a number that had already been guessed).
This is where the real fun began.
At that point, we all began to think I was going to have to another post, with all the remaining people knowing exactly the card I had in my hand. It was bound to be a mad scramble with only one lucky person getting their comment in first.
As an aside, because of the contest, I got more pageviews than I've ever had in one day. It was 1094 views, which beat the old record of 743. I don't pay attention to that nearly as much as I did in the early days of the blog, but it was still fun to see. The contest also generated 166 comments which was also fun.
As I come upon my 4th blog birthday (October 1st), it's still fun to see how much excitement can be generated by a little contest. Free stuff and great group participation make for a good time. Thanks to all of you who participated in the contest and to everyone who has ever clicked on this humble little blog, I say thank you.