In this episode, I’m talking to the legendary, Chris Pikula. You might have seen him featured in the Magic documentary, Enter the Battlefield. Chris is also famously known as Meddling Mage.
In this episode, I’m talking to Brian Rowe, host of the YouTube Channel Mythic MTG Tech. Brian is a wealth of knowledge and knows so much about the the game, the cards, the finances, strategy, the list goes on and on. But what’s most important is Brian’s passion for building community within Magic: The Gathering.
I’m talking to pro player Gerry Thompson. Recently, Gerry became the first to go undefeated in the swiss rounds of an SCG Open during SCG Open Atlanta June 2016. He’s been in the pro scene since 2003 with a Pro Tour top 8 and two Grand Prix wins to his name. Gerry is also consistently at the top of the SCG Tour leaderboards.
In this episode I’m talking to Chris Morris-Lent, better known in Seattle as CML. CML is a writer, journalist, Magic player, SCG Open Champion, Pro Tour competitor and author of the new book, A Brief History of Magic Cards.
Kenji Egashira, also known as Numot the Nummy has a popular stream on Twitch that has earned him a lot of fans and in the process, Kenji has become one of the best limited players in the MTG community. Kenji has also done coverage for the Magic Online Championship Series and played in Community Super League and Streamer Showdown events hosted by Wizards. Kenji shares how he got started streaming and a little of what he does in his downtime. I really enjoyed talking with Kenji, I hope you enjoy this episode of Kitchen Table Magic.
Nathan Holt is the co-creator of Walking the Planes and the new Magic documentary Enter the Battlefield: Life on the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour. Nathan studied theater with a concentration in acting and went on to do plays, movies and even some stand up comedy.
Damon Morris, co-founder of Card Kingdom, Cafe Mox and Mox Boarding House gives us an insider’s look into one of Seattle’s favorite places to play Magic.
Yay! Local Seattle judge that’s known and adored by many, Kris Ferderer joins me on this episode of Kitchen Table Magic. I’ve known Kris for years and it was his warm and welcoming demeanor that made playing in the local Seattle scene so much fun.
I’m so happy that Wedge from The Mana Source is joining us for Episode 4 of Kitchen Table Magic. Wedge is such a generous person. His abundance of heart and positivity is what makes his videos so fun to watch. I’m so grateful that Wedge is part of our MTG community. Recently, Wedge raised $41,314 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital’s #PLAYLIVE fundraiser and got to #5 in the leader board for Top Individuals. Wow!
Adam is a longtime pro Magic player. He’s been grinding away from back in the Junior Super Series and has since competed in a 26 Pro Tours and countless GPs. In this episode, Adam shares his sage wisdom with us about practicing the game, tournament prep, playing to win and mental heuristics.