MTG Pro Tutor - Insights, Tips & Advice from Magic: The Gathering Pros
About This Show
MTG Pro Tutor is a top rated Magic: The Gathering podcast and here's why: professional Magic players and community notables share their origin stories twice a week (Tue & Fri) and impart actionable tips you can use the next time you sit down to play.
Learn from the wealth of experience they've built through hours of practice and playing against hundreds of opponents and start seeing improvements in your own skill right away.
Don't you hate feeling like you play and play and don’t improve? Surrounding yourself with better players is the best way to level up and the MTG Pro Tutor podcast is your way of doing that.
Subscribe if you want to take your Magic: The Gathering skills to the next level while hearing cool stories and getting actionable advice from the biggest names in the Multiverse.
Most Recent Episode
175: How to Theorycraft with Eric English
3 days ago
Eric English has cashed many Grand Prix and has 1 Grand Prix top 8 and a Pro Tour top 32, both in 2016. He’s a Silver Level Pro looking to continue the success he had last year. Eric is from Rochester, New York. Click to Tweet: I got a ton of value from Eric English when he shared his story on #MTGProTutor! Listen here: http://bit.ly/mtgprotutor-ep175 First Set Onslaught Favorite Set Innistrad Favorite Card Engineered Explosives Early Challenge Eric's deck selection skills were sub par. By consuming content Eric was able to get a better feel for the metagame. Breakthrough Moment SCG Open in 2014, Eric played a Rabble Red deck and took 2nd. Worst Magic Moment At a local invite is the only tournament Eric lost his chance to make top 8 and he tilted really bad. He made a fool of himself. Now he thinks of the game in terms of resource management. Eric views his emotions and mental energy as a resource. Proudest Magic Moment Winning an SCG Open while visiting a friend in Washington. What have You Learned from Magic The practice of thinking through multiple scenarios. Biggest Mistake Players Make Misunderstanding the flow of the game. Combat this by thinking on your opponent's turn and shortening your gameplay actions. Shortcoming Eric loses focus when he's winning. Improvement Suggestions Have fun. Play the game. Magic has many forms. Connect With Eric English Eric can be found in the MTG Pro Tutor Facebook group. Check Out Magic Story Magic Story brings the lore of the Multiverse to life in an audio presentation never before heard in the Magic community. Listen to Episode 1 here or on www.magicthestory.com Sponsors