They unfortunately they have kept it very close to their chests whether this massive sulphides in ATHDR-27 is 2, 5, 10, 25, 50 or 100+ metres thick. And this of course creates rampant speculation on our parts. They further fueled speculation by making the following statement.
This body has been intersected in one drill hole (ATDHR-26), which encountered 119 meters of high-grade mineralization, and has the potential to be as large as the mined-out Main Body
I personally don't think it would have done any harm for them to have suggested how many metres of massive sulphide were intersected in #27. You see it in news releases all the time and it eliminates much of this wild-eyed speculation. I'm placing my bets that the company would not have made such statements if the intersection in #27 turns out to be very narrow. But if so, I'd go as far as to say we've been purposely duped. Let's hope this is not the case. The markets could sure use a stellar intersection from anywhere right now and this one has the potential to be the one.