In this episode, I’m talking to Melissa Li, former creative writer and world builder for Magic: The Gathering. Continue reading
In this episode, I’m Shaun Penrod, creator and host of MTG Pro Tutor. Shaun is dedicated to distilling down all the best tips from the pros and sharing them with the community with a goal of sending 1000 players to the Pro Tour.
In this episode, I’m talking to veteran pro player David Ochoa. Last spring, David appeared in his 100th Grand Prix.
David is one of the best players in the game, and play tests with Luis Scot Vargas, Paul Cheon, Josh Utter-Leyton, and Matt Nass. Continue reading
In this episode, I’m talking to platinum pro Jiachen Tao. JC won Pro Tour Oath of the Gatewatch with a modern Blue Red Eldrazi deck.
In this episode, I’m Brad Rutherford, local Seattle Judge and skilled pilot of the modern deck Abzan Company. Brad not only won a Star City Games 5k with it, he won the admiration of Magic players around the world with this fun and challenging deck.
In this episode, I’m talking to James Lee, all around great guy, high level judge, and the person largely responsible for turning Friday Night Magic into a reality.
In this episode, I’m talking to Cedric Phillips, Media Manager for Star City Games.com, commentator, and host. Cedric is a longtime pro, commentator, and writer of strategic Magic content at Star City Games.
Welcome to Kitchen Table Magic! A storytelling podcast featuring the amazing people of the Magic The Gathering community.
I’m your host, Sam Tang. Join me and my guests as we share stories about what MTG means to us. How we got started playing Magic. The ups, and down, the hilarious stories and everything in between.
This is the Season 2 premier! And there’s ton of amazing people this season and I’m super stoked to be sharing their stories with you!
In this episode, I’m talking to Tim Shields, tournament organizer and founder of Cascade Games.
I’m talking to Randy Buehler, Hall of Fame, former Magic Commentator, and former Vice President of Digital Gaming at Wizards of the Coast.
Such irony, for Randy to realize that he needed to cut the Killer Bees while playing in a Bee keeper’s warehouse.