Frank Stanley – Ep 216

Frank Stanley, Judge at Mox Boarding House Bellevue

Frank Stanley, Judge at Mox Boarding House Bellevue

In this episode, I’m speaking with Frank Stanley, event organizer and Judge at Mox Boarding House in Bellevue Washington. Every week, Frank puts on multiple events at Mox Boarding House where a hundred or so regulars pack the tournament room.

Frank cares deeply about the community and is always there to help Magic players experience the game at its best. Frank and I sat down last week for some after hours fun. We drank a few beers and discussed a wide range of topics with shout outs for the Seattle Magic Community.

Special thanks for Rachel for making some delicious snacks for us.
Special thanks to my best friend Phil for hosting us.

You’ll find Frank in person at Mox Boarding House in Bellevue Washington, each week running events.
You’ll also find Frank on Twitter @ItsThatFrankGuy.

I’ll have links for the Gauntlet Charity event that’s being hosted at Mox on Sunday May 21st at www.thegauntlet2017.causevox.com/

I also take a moment to acknowledge everyone in the Seattle Magic community. Just like Frank said, you’ve there for us in so many ways. It’s shaped my life for the better and I’m truly grateful. I also want to thank the greater Magic community, for generously welcoming this humble little podcast into your lives. The messages I receive in emails, on Facebook and Twitter are so uplifting.

Thanks so much everyone for joining in on our ridiculousness and thank you for listening.

I hope you enjoy my interview with Frank Stanley!

 

This episode of Kitchen Table Magic is brought to you by Paragon City Games.

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And as a community, we’ve come a long way since the game first started.

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Thanks everyone for listening to this week’s show.

As Frank and I talked about in the interview, there’s gonna be some very interesting guests coming up on Season 2.

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For the season finale, I’m going to be sending out a gift to each of my $6 Patreon Supporters.

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