The Magic Sock Episode 144: Sideboarding

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Monday, November 17th – On this week’s episode of the Magic Sock, there’s discussion on the importance of sideboarding, with special referrence to some of the sideboards from Pro Tour: Berlin, and much much more!

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Total running time: 51 minutes and 22 seconds.

Show Notes:

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–Opening music by Luma (“Wake Up”) available on Podshow.com.
–Sideboarding. The importance of sideboarding. Discussion of some of the sideboards from Pro Tour Berlin.
Special Announcement: My novel “Dorothea’s Song” is available as a free audiobook at Podiobooks.com. One episode will be released per week over the next 15 weeks.
Blast from the Past: Review of the Odyssey set. Check out all the Magic sets on Wikipedia.
–Run through a Psychatog deck.
–Great feedback.
–Music by The Fire Apes. Their song “Let Me Know” is available at music.podshow.com.

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