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The Masters of Modern

By Collected Company

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Your weekly insight into Modern, a competitive Magic: the Gathering format, with hosts Alex Kessler and Glenn Jones. We break down all different aspects of the format from deck archetypes to new releases and predictions!

Customer Reviews

Love it.

I just came back to magic after being gone since mirage. Thanks to these guys I’m well informed and officially broke from all the suggestions and information. Keep up the great work.

Great content but don’t work well together

They constantly cut each other off when speaking. It seems like they are vying for the limelight of being the one leading the conversation. The content is solid but the hosts make it almost unbearable to listen to.

Alex is making this show intolerable

This show was, at one time solid. Fans of modern making a show for modern fans. Now, if you manage to get any real content in between the unending, shameless plugs for Alex’ toy company and begging for patrons money, it is uninformed and outdated.

Ben remains a true fan of magic and the format and tries desperately to fill the pockets of space where Alex has to actually take a breath with insightful and thought out commentary.

Alex has always run over Ben and other guests incorrectly assuming that his opinion is both correct and valued. But now it is essentially just 30-60min of asking for (monetary) support and promoting a brand that hardly exists, with occasional and usually incorrect assumptions about the format and tournament results.

This show will be better served if Alex decides to focus 100% on his toy company and allow some one who actually cares about more than the monetization of a podcast to join Ben.

The Masters of Modern
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  • Category: Hobbies
  • Language: English

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