I am pleased to present this conversation with Alix and Jesse Hatfield. The Hatfields have left an indelible mark on the growth and evolution of the Legacy format (previously “Type 1.5”) for well over a decade. They contributed to some of the most influential decks ever built — Enchantress, Threshold, and Cephalid Breakfast, amongst many others.
Alix and Jesse also share stories of how the Northern Virginia community fostered, and continue to foster, a culture of innovation and teamwork.
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“I love Magic so much, I want it to be presented for what I know that it is — and that’s the best game on the planet.”
I broke my recording hiatus after REALLY getting into the GAM Podcast, one of the finest competitive Magic podcasts around. Bryan Gottlieb co-hosts the show and is a poker-player-turned-bartender-turned-lawyer. So when the opportunity to interview Bryan came up, I knew that I had to go for it.
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I am excited to share this conversation with Dan Signorini, a.k.a. Nitewolf9 on MTGTheSource. Dan and David Gearhart created the “Team America” deck, which started off as an elaborate joke and has evolved into the BUG / Grixis Delver decks of today. Chances are, if you have ever played or played against a Delver deck, you have been influenced by Dan’s deck building choices.
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Jarvis Yu is back. Jarvis was my first guest on the show, and I am excited to have him back. In this two-part series, I sit down with him for an in-depth conversation.
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I am releasing previews from the Humans of Magic book, leading up to its release. Here is my conversation with Martin Juza.
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