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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, 2016

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 18, 2016

The rumors of modern's death have been greatly exaggerated. In this episode we dissect some of the recent large tournament results and see how interactive decks are competing in this proactive meta game.

We also look at the format to see what cards could be safely unbanned and if anything really needs to be banned for the health of the format.

Lastly, we talk about Grixis Delver and Temur Delver as our current decks of choice.

As always that you so much for listening, if you would like to get in touch with us you can do so:

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Thanks again,

-Ahren + Chris

Nov 2, 2016

TurnOneThoughtseize is coming to you now from several remote locations, as we talk about the ever growing Aggressive threat in the modern format. Looking at Caleb Durward's recent run with Bant spirits, does this show a trend for more lower to the ground creature based midrange and tempo strategies? We dissect some recent tournament results and break down how you can still play what you want in this faster modern meta.

If you'd like to get in touch with us, you can do so:

on Twitter on Facebook on YouTube or Email

Thanks again for listening,

-Ahren + Chris

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