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Insider: QS Cast #75: Jack-es Le Vert

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[note]: Sorry for this cast being delayed, I was not feeling well for a few days. Thanks for the support and patience. Enjoy!

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:

  • Sigmund Ausfresser and Stu Somers (@ssomers55)  joins the cast!
  • Interests
  • RL Discussion/Alpha + Beta/New trends

Enjoy!

Find us on Twitter: @ssomers55 @sigfig8 @ChazVMTG @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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5 thoughts on “Insider: QS Cast #75: Jack-es Le Vert

  1. Hey Chaz,

    Love the content, but you really need to fix the Sig tech issues. Only heard half of his recommendation on strategy due to him cutting out.

    Michael

    1. Yeah, I am not sure that will be easily done. Some restrictions at home make it difficult to try alternate configurations. Open to suggestions. 🙁

    2. Yeah, thanks Mike – there’s not much more I can do on my end. I think on this one it would be better served to discuss this with Sigmund directly.

      Another route could be Sigmund could go into more depth and elaborate in an article using this cast as a jump off point.

  2. Still, even with the tech glitches, you guys do a great job. I started playing in 1994 here in Mpls, MN. It is good to see MTG still going strong. Like many other players of my generation, there is a huge amount of attraction and nostalgia with the original cards. I agree these buyouts are “different” than past events. Many of us post-50 players want to have the cards that we used to play with. Both for financial reasons, and pure enjoyment. QS has been extremely helpful in developing a strategy to turn current release card profits into long term holds through trading and selling. Keep up the good work!

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