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How 'The Silph Road' became one of the most popular guides to 'Pokémon GO'

When "Pokémon GO" first launched, Niantic didn't provide much in terms of instructions for the game, leaving it up to the players to figure out the mechanics. Two guys from New York decided to start a community that harnessed the power of crowdsourcing to help crack it open and offer a network for trading. "The Silph Road" has since become one of the most popular and useful resources for players all over the world.
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