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Insider: QS Cast #71: The Valkyrie Effect

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The QS Cast returns! Chaz Volpe, Morgan Wentworth, and Tarkan Dospil come together as the new panel - and in this episode they discuss the following:

  • Interests - Morgan and Chaz discuss trends
  • Pro Tour Announcement - Legacy and Modern added back to the PT scene!
  • Unusual Market movement
  • Grandfather clocks, Valkyrie Effect, and more!

Cards we discussed: (foil Time Reversal, Invocation Mind Twist, foil Jace's Archivist, Judge Wheel of Fortune)
-General buy on Legacy/Modern due to Pro Tour implications and already trending market movement.


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Find us on Twitter: @ChazVMTG @MTGValkyrie @the_tark

Chaz V

Started playing during Invasion block at the age of 13. Always a competitive person by nature, he continues playing to this day. Got into the financial aspect of the game as a method to pay for the hobby and now writes, Podcasts, and covers all aspects of the game, always trying to contribute to the community and create great content for readers and listeners.

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