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TurnOneThoughtseize

Two competitive modern players who seek to have fun while playing magic. Join us as we speculate, brew decks and grind the game we love so much.
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Now displaying: November, 2015

Welcome to Turn One Thoughtseize, a podcast exclusively about the Modern format of Magic: The Gathering. We are now on iTunes in the Podcast section of the iTunes Store. If you have any feedback please let us know, via facebook, twitter, and our email with the icons above. Thanks for listening, and if you enjoy the show please consider supporting us by donating through PayPal:

 

Nov 30, 2015

Today we cover GP Pittsburg, delving deep into the Top32 and Day 2 metagame to look at how modern looks as a whole right now. 

We also go over Modern on MTGO, how to get in on the cheap and also what to expect as you are starting out. We even debate how worth it it is for players with extensive paper MTG collections to play MTGO.

Once again thanks for listening, and feel free to follow us at twitter.com/t1thoughtseize as well as liking us on facebook.com/turnonethoughtseize and check us out on our youtube channel, youtube.com/turnonethoughtseize

-Chris + Ahren

Nov 13, 2015

In our third and final episode on deck building for Modern, we cover bottom up design, or designing around card interactions. Being able to use your powerful cards multiple times, and getting as much value out of every card in your deck are both important topics and ways to make your brews stronger. 

We also flirt with the idea of taking all the turns.

For further knowledge and reading to go with this Podcast we highly recommend this article by Jadine Klomparens.

Once again thanks for listening, and don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes!

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