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The Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers

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We are a small gaming group based out of Maryland; known (at least to each other) for our marathon weekend gaming sessions, nonsensical ramblings and other random acts of randomness. We started this podcast to share our (un)healthy obsession with all things games, more specifically those of the board and card variety. Our group covers the full spectrum of gamers, from the new and casual, to the hardcore strategists and lifetime collectors. We hope to serve the board gaming community by providing high quality news, reviews and assorted content from around the hobby. Most of all, we want to show people all that there is to love about the tabletop scene.

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Good to have another unique perspective.

Very good show guys!

Fun Podcast from Fun People

Do you need more awesome people talking about cool board games on your phone/podcast listening device? Then look no further, Matt, Tiffany and Dan (plus fun guests) will be there for you! Disclaimer: I like to hang out with these folks at board game conventions and I’m therefore completely biased! Hope you enjoy it!

Fun and informative

This is a relatively new podcast, but Tiffany, Matt and Dan have done a nice job of hitting the ground running. The show is well made and fun and it feels like they've been doing it for years, not months.

There is none of that awkwardness that usually happens with a new show and the podcast has a natural, organic feel, like the listener is sitting in on one of their conversations. I have a playlist of 30+ board gaming podcasts and TPoNG one has quickly risen in priority and I'll often move it up in my queue when I see a new episode has been released.

Nice job guys (and dame) keep up the great work.

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