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Magic Numbers


Magic Numbers is a podcast about Limited format in Magic: the Gathering. The idea is to use data to try to crack current format, or try to answer longstanding questions in Magic and by answering the questions making the listeners better at drafting, deckbuilding and general strategy. The target audience is intermediate to advanced players, but rest assured, determined beginners will also find useful information that will allow them to level up. The podcast is an audio version of my Twitch seminars, so if some parts are confusing, it was designed to be watched on YouTube or live on Twitch.


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Latest Episodes

New format is upon us and time to look at what can early data tell us about it. Which cards are key, which ones are traps, what do decks want to be doing and what do other Arena drafters leave open for the cunning grinders to abuse. more

22 days ago

Before we dive into the new format - I look from theory point of view at the set design. What looks as if it is possible, how do the set mechanics intertwine, what to look out for in the first days, and what sweet build-arounds does the set have to o... more

22 days ago

In my opinion the most interesting part of set review is not the review itself, but returning to it after the format has passed and reevaluating your grades in order to see where did you miss, where did you hit and try to answer why this happened. Th... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 8 ratings
  • It is great

    But I might be biased as its creator. Still, check it out!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom4 months ago
  • Smartest mtg podcast

    Great uses of data, including explanations of what the data can and can’t show. Frankly this is at least as valuable as a college class in statistics.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Pawel is a legend

    Pawel manages to share very Insightful data insights in a clear manner.

    Apple Podcasts
    Netherlands2 years ago

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