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Welcome to the MTG Pro Tutor Podcast!
A top rated Magic: The Gathering podcast where professional Magic players and community notables share their origin stories.
Learn from the wealth of experience they’ve built through hours of practice and playing against hundreds of opponents.
Each guest shares actionable tips you can use the next time you sit down to play so you can start seeing improvements in your skill right away.
Don’t you hate feeling like you play and play and don’t improve? Surrounding yourself with better players is the best way to level up and the MTG Pro Tutor podcast is your way of doing that.
MTG Pro Tutor is dedicated to increasing the skill of Magic players everywhere by delving into the minds of our community’s greatest players.
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