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Game of Chance

By Alex Reisner

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Game of Chance is a weekly podcast about baseball stats, history, and culture which puts current events in a historical context and constantly questions what we think we know about the national pastime.

Customer Reviews

Nicely done

My favorite podcast format: focused, to the point, not too long, good execution. Alex has a great voice, a good cadence, and provides thoughtful and well-reasoned perspectives on various baseball topics. It's obvious that he loves the game, and listening to him talk is like having a good friend who knows more about baseball than you give you his opinions and concerns over a beer after work.

Keep them coming, Alex, and don't listen to those who say it needs to be longer; I think it's just right.

give Game of Chance a chance

good stuff for baseball stat fans , wish the podcasts were longer in time and wish there were more episodes and after listening to the 2 most recent podcasts I am convinced that I would like to see and listen to longer podcasts.

This one goes deep

Truly insightful commentary on baseball. Alex Reisner's arguments are crystal clear and easy to follow, even when he's introducing us to new ways of looking at statistics and reframing the way we think about the game. The podcasts are always timely and relevant to what's going on in baseball at the moment, and Alex is saying things that no one else is. This isn't someone with a microphone just being contrary -- this guy knows his stuff. If you love baseball and you love talking about and thinking about the game, you need to hear this.

Also, I agree that the length is fine as it is. A single idea examined thoroughly is really appealing to me. Minutes don't matter so much.

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