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Hi @matthew O’Donnell
In your first snippet of code, you are using 2 different lines of code to do the same thing:
<?php if ($variable = get_field('get_game_details', $post->ID) ): ?> <?php $post_object = get_field('get_game_details');
The first line sets $variable to that of the posts from a specific post_id, however, you then store $post_objects from the current post_id (no parameter).
Is this a mistake or intentional?
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