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Most Recent Episode
185: Meet Your Heroes as Peers - An AJ Sacher Journey
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AJ Sacher is one of the greatest minds in Magic: The Gathering. He has 2 Grand Prix top 8s and 15 StarCityGames top 8s with 2 wins. He’s created content for StarCityGames, TCG Player and is currently writing articles, shooting videos and streaming for Numot Gaming. AJ lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click to Tweet: I got a ton of value from AJ Sacher when he shared his story on #MTGProTutor! Listen here: http://bit.ly/mtgprotutor-ep185 First Set Portal Favorite Set Kamigawa - Time Spiral Favorite Card Brainstorm Early Challenge Hubris. AJ thought he knew more than everyone and it stopped him from progressing until he realized this got in his way. Breakthrough Moment Going Pro after just over a year. AJ made top 8 of a GP in Denver. This was a turning point for AJ. Worst Magic Moment At Pro Tour, San Juan AJ didn't win a game. He also turned down an offer to play the best deck. AJ realized that he had to take care of himself first. Proudest Magic Moment Top 8 at GP Costa Rica / Meeting his heroes as peers. What Have You Learned From Magic Time management, resources management, critical thinking, deduction, induction, etc. Best Format Legacy Ideal Tournament Preparation Time management is critical. These are only so many hours to prepare for a tournament, utilize that time that time wisely. Biggest Mistake Players Make People's pride get in the way of their learning. Also, people just play cards on autopilot instead of actually playing a game of Magic. Tournament Day Tips Hydrate, eat, wash your face, go to the bathroom and sleep. Parting Guidance Hubris is poisonous. Have the humility to learn. Also, reflect on what you want out of Magic. Magic Resource SCG, CFB, TCG Player, Numotg gaming, Steaming (Twitch) Connect With AJ Sacher Twitter:@