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Episode 226 starts of with some frank discussions, as Jay talks about player experience perception in his Cube, and how his group has dealt with it. Jay also attended a friend’s gaming birthday party, and shares some valuable lessons he learned about himself. Jeremey attended an Edmonton judge dinner, where topics of discussion ranged from how to approach a problem player, to the significance of the RPTQ attendance numbers. And yes! Grand Prix Toronto is coming up this weekend, so the Eh Team looks at potential Standard decks to play. KYT has been preparing Hayne’s Esper Dragons, but Mike Flores Mono-Blue Dragons RPTQ-winning deck is looking saucy. Jay offers the listener’s some spoilers into his new Boo Set, and looks at the challenges of top-down design.

**WARNING – this podcast may contain rude, crude, and lewd content. Listener discretion is advised.**

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“Throwing Fire” – Ronald Jenkees