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Tabletop Game Talk

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Description

Chris, Josh and Kitty talk tabletop games of all sorts. Each week we will focus on a tabletop topic from each of our own perspectives. Join us and then let us know if you agree or disagree with our ideas by emailing us at tabletopgametalk@gmail.com.

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Win Free Stuff!

Okay, so this is a great podcast to begin with, but I just won a $25 Amazon gift certificate from them. So what are you waiting for? Go find out about the latest Kickstarters, listen to the witty banter, and win free stuff. Why are you still reading this? Go subscribe now!

Worth my time and likely worth yours too!

I've been listening for a few months now. I had no clue that there would be so much to board gaming as a hobby, but there's a lot. It's a fun world, and these folks (three hosts - Chris, Josh and Kitty) manage to keep me fully engaged for at least an hour each week. I have laughed out loud several times, enjoyed the advice every time, and found that there are so many aspects to this hobby that I am now eager to explore.

The publication of the podcast is shockingly on schedule. Every Tuesday is a new episode. They just started an added Kickstarter podcast each Friday, in which they go over games that are looking for funding on Kickstarter.

The once a week pace was at first frenetic for me simply because I jumped in around episode 70. I tried hard to catch up and keep current, but finally gave up. You dont need to catch up. I have basically given up on that and still am able to keep up with the dialogue. It's not one of those podcasts that leaves you behind because you didn't start at episode 1.

In summary, listen to this podcast. You might just find a new hobby you didn't know existed.

A priceless tool for the up and coming gamer

This podcast is so great for anyone want my to break into the hobby or just gamers wanting to here about new games. I listen to this every morning on my drive to campus and it is always the highlight of my Tuesday morning.

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