MTG Pro Tutor - Insights, Tips & Advice from Magic: The Gathering Pros
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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.
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Most Recent Episode
268: Playing Through Tough Slumps and Trusting the Success Will Come with Jacob Hart
5 days ago
Jacob Hart started playing Magic in 1995 at school and made his first nationals appearance in 1996 making 17th place! He went to his first Pro Tour in Los Angeles 1997. He has 4 Grand Prix top 8s, 3 Nationals top 8s, and 3 Pro Tour top 64s. Jacob lives in Lavington, Australia. Click to Tweet: I got a ton of value from Jacob Hart when he shared his story on #MTGProTutor! Listen here: http://bit.ly/mtgprotutor-ep268 First Set Revised Favorite Set The Dark/Hour of Devastation Favorite Card Frenetic Efreet Early Challenge Keeping emotions in check. to deal with this, Jacob takes deep breathes before looking at his hand. Worst Magic Moment Jacob did really well at Magic when he was younger. Then when they started doing Planeswalker points, Jacob was in China and fell off the train. He went through a rough patch of years and ha started pulling out of it. Proudest Magic Moment Taking 2st and 2nd with his good friend at Nationals in 1999. Best Format Modern; Jacob play GB Tron; Fight tron with storm and land destination Advice To New Players Value the advice of seasoned players. Biggest Mistake Players Make When players are nervous they tend to rush. It's okay to think through a few options and go all the way through turn and beyond. Parting Guidance Enjoy the game. Do your best but don't take it too seriously. Magic Resource Twitch.tv, Shaun McLaren, Gabriel Nassif Connect With Jacob Hart Jacob 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