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Podcast Ep. 5, Examining Decks and Concepts for Anaheim “Today, along with Michael’s first look at our Expanded format, we have our audible look at Standard for Anaheim. We have quite the format on our hands, and it’s going to be quite the week as we head into the event. On the podcast, we have Alex, Xander, and I talking about the decks on all of our minds as we head into the weekend. Focused around the ARG Invitational’s Top 16, we have a look at most of the decks one might expect to run into at any of the three tournaments of action in Anaheim this weekend. This…
Podcast Ep. 4, 2018 Structure Preview and Discussion “Another season, another set of changes. Though this year’s iteration of the Championship Series is a few tweaks away from the last, unlike some years’ wholesale alterations, it’s a new environment nonetheless. Like all changes, there are some on both sides of the divide, and today, Alex/I give our own thoughts on the situation. Episode 5 is slated for sometime soon, but, it will definitely feature another of our writers in addition to the current tandem.
On Regional Results, North American Internationals, “In case our article output wasn’t enough for you, Episode 2 of the Podcast is now live. Alex and I discuss Espeon/Garbodor, Zoroark, and a host of other topics related to picking the right deck for Indy. Slightly different format from our last one, and we’re interested to see where things lead from here. We’ll be back with another episode after Indy. Links for iTunes or your other podcast media listening option of choice can be found in the Tweet we put out below, and the episode itself is embedded into the post below that. Happy listening!
(re-)Introducing the SixPrizes Podcast, Episode 1 “Hey everyone! Today, we’re re-introducing the SixPrizes Podcast. Many years ago, Adam ran something of this nature, and we’re back now with an edition by Alex and I. We’re going to be doing these on a roughly biweekly basis, talking about current events in the game, picks for upcoming tournaments, and giving general thoughts on the TCG. Alex and I will be on most episodes initially, with other writers (and outside guests) mixing in and out as we move along. Today’s episode covers what went down in Wisconsin, our thoughts on some decks from that event, and thoughts on decks…
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