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It’s Ep 263 and the Eh Team has a full docket tonight! Check out the awesome new website for Grand Prix Toronto 2016, by Face to Face Games. The price of Grand Prix admission, and why the price tag has so drastically changed over the past couple of years. AJ Sacher and Reuben Bresler drop by to tell the story of their quest to bring live coverage to the unfortunately quiet Super Sunday Series Championship in Seattle two weeks ago. Their reception by Wizards of the Coast, and how they suggest to get into Magic content creation. Matt played the Magic boardgame for the first time, and brewed up a sweet Arbor Elf deck for Modern Regionals. Jay cubed not once, but TWICE last weekend. Friend of the show Doug Potter stops by to roast Jeremey. No, really, he’s here to talk about his Modern crowd-sourcing testing survey results leading into the Pro Tour this weekend. The Eh Team Pro Tour draft, Oath of the Gatewatch edition.

KYT–Owen Turtenwald, Alexander Hayne, PVDDR, Paul Rietzl, Yuuya Watanabe
Jay–Reid Duke, Eric Froehlich, Mike Sigrist, Craig Wescoe, Ondřej Stráský
Jeremey–Sam Black, Shaun McLaren, Jacob Wilson, Shuuhei Nakamura, Shahar Shenhar
Matt–Jeremy Dezani, Seth Manfield, Josh McClain, Martin Müller, Steve Rubin

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

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You can find us on Twitter at:
@mtgEhTeam – The official Eh Team Twitter account
@AJSacher – AJ Sacher
@MoxReuby – Reuben Bresler
@DougPkr – Doug Potter

@kytmagic – Kar Yung Tom
@JayBoosh – Jay Tuharsky
@J_Schofield – Jeremey Schofield
@mattmendoza – Matt Mendoza


“Eh Team Intro” – @mtgcolorpie
“Throwing Fire” – Ronald Jenkees